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What's all this talk about high speed broadband? And what does it mean to you?

The roll out of the National Broadband Network has the potential to transform every aspect of our lives.

Research projects and information gathering will help make a case for roll out of high speed broadband in the Clarence Valley and Northern Rivers.

You can help build our case by joining our forum.

What's all this talk about high speed broadband? And what does it mean to you?

The roll out of the National Broadband Network has the potential to transform every aspect of our lives.

Research projects and information gathering will help make a case for roll out of high speed broadband in the Clarence Valley and Northern Rivers.

You can help build our case by joining our forum.

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  • Government is key to NBN success

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    by Clarence Administrator, 06 Sep 2011

    LOCAL government needs to be a major player in helping communities take full advantage of the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout.

    That was the message from Clarence Valley councillor Ian Tiley when he addressed an NBN seminar in Tamworth recently.

    To view the full article click here

  • Valley to be well connected

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    by Clarence Administrator, 08 Aug 2011

    THE CLARENCE Valley will be well-catered for when the Government's National Broadband Network (NBN) rolls-out according to a projected coverage map released by NBN Co – the company constructing the high-speed internet network, according to an article recently published in the Daily Examiner.

    To be more informed view the full article here

  • "Highspeed broadband is about people not just pipes in the ground"

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    by Clarence Administrator, 25 Jul 2011

    Dr Tim Williams white paper, Connecting Communities, outlines the real benefits of highspeed broadband.

    The report offers compelling real life evidence of the impact of broadband – on public services, democratic activity, and on communities themselves. Its conclusion that 'broadband is too important to be left to geeks and engineers' and that the objective should be to build not just a network but a 'networked society' will provoke debate. The author also hopes to promote and inspire engagement and discourse between Australian businesses, industry groups, Government and, of course, communities themselves.

    Connecting Communities - The impact of broadband on communities in the UK and its implications for Australia