NZ landing site agreed for trans-Pacific cable 
 
Pacific cable project looks to islands for revenue 
 
Southern Cross cable hit by fault 
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Network operator loses connectivity.
 
Conroy mulls Government-funded subsea fibre link 
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Threatens 'unfettered power' to drive down prices.
 
Vocus quadruples Australia-US subsea capacity 
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Pacific Fibre failure spurs new agreement.
 
iiNet integrates Internode global network 
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Buys tenfold increase in Southern Cross capacity.
 
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Transmission upgrade to provide bigger-than-expected network boost.
 
Pacific Fibre goes to tender without PacNet  
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Joint-venture partner pulls the plug on funding for proposed Australia-NZ-USA link.
 
Tasman-Pacific fibre cable raises $4.24m 
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Optus gets mobile data boost as fixed broadband stalls 
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Plans to spend $1.2 billion expanding mobile network.
 
Southern Cross launches consulting division 
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