Coalition to rescue NBN in new housing estates 
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Greenfields fibre operator fined for slow broadband 
 
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Lobbies for competition watchdog inquiry.
 
Greenfields residents gain terabyte quotas 
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Bankrolls fibre kit and backhaul.
 
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Incumbent operators win clarity.
 
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Group seeks clarity on fibre arrangements.
 
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Promises talks with commercial fibre builders.
 
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Developer body wants fibre mandate delay 
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