NBN training-wheel grants extended to Brisbane and Ballarat

By Julian Bajkowski Brisbane and Ballarat have become the latest local government areas to get the eligibility tick of approval under the federally funded Digital Hubs program, as Communications Minister Stephen Conroy plays Santa and continues the government’s non-stop charm offensive to spruik the National Broadband Network. The Hubs are a pivotal part of the […]

Adelaide gets NBN training wheels

By Paul Hemsley Adelaide City Council has become the latest local government looking to plug into the National Broadband Network after the city’s Mayor urged potentially tech-shy citizens to learn online and web technology skills through the Digital Hub training program. Mayor Stephen Yarwood wants digitally challenged citizens to participate in the program which follows […]

Moving around easier in Adelaide streets

Adelaide City Council plans to redevelop certain areas to make moving around easier and lay the groundwork for creative and sustainable projects. The council endorsed this as the 2012-16 Strategic Plan, containing six outcome areas aiming to start projects in its ‘One City, Many Places’ plan. According to the council, the city’s streets, laneways, unused […]

Prospect of NBN training for Adelaide

Training services on the National Broadband Network will be provided through a Digital Hub through Adelaide City Council and the City of Prospect. The Digital Hub will assist in training communities and helping local people and businesses take advantage of the opportunities the NBN offers. From the federal government’s $23.6 million NBN Digital Hubs and […]

Digital hub trains ACT locals on NBN

Gungahlin residents in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) will improve their digital literacy through a National Broadband Network (NBN) training program from the federal government. Training services will begin at the Gungahlin Public Library from an $827709 grant from the federal government to establish a Digital Hub. This comes from the NBN Digital Hubs and […]


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