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Nick Minchin

Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy
Liberal Senator for South Australia
Nick Minchin

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Media releases

TELSTRA SHAREHOLDERS UTTERLY DECEIVED BY RUDD LABOR

Those Australians who in good faith bought Telstra shares in T1, T2 and T3 have every right to feel utterly deceived by the Rudd Government, Shadow Minister for Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Nick Minchin said ...

IT MAKES SENSE TO DELAY LABORíS TELCO REFORM BILL

There is no valid reason why the Rudd Governmentís planned radical telecommunications reforms need to be debated by the Parliament and rushed through this year Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Nick ...

Labor Must Not Ignore the Rights of 1.4 Million Telstra Shareholders

LABOR MUST NOT IGNORE THE RIGHTS OF 1.4 MILLION TELSTRA SHAREHOLDERS Telstraís major shareholders have every right to be concerned about the destructive impact the Rudd Governmentís radical telecommunications reforms will have on the companyís ...

QUIGLEY AND CONROY AT ODDS OVER NBN PRICING

Thursday, 1 October 2009 QUIGLEY AND CONROY AT ODDS OVER NBN PRICING The CEO of Laborís National Broadband Network Company Mike Quigley today said wholesale pricing policy for the network has not been set, totally contradicting Communications ...

TELSTRA SHOULD NOT BUCKLE UNDER LABORíS THREATS

Wednesday, 30 September 2009 TELSTRA SHOULD NOT BUCKLE UNDER LABORíS THREATS The Rudd Government should remove the gun from Telstraís head and enter into proper commercial negotiations with the company about its desire to use Telstraís ...

MAJOR INVESTORS SLAM LABOR'S 'DRACONIAN' TELCO REFORMS

Telstra's biggest institutional shareholders have labelled the Rudd Governmentís plans to force the break up of the company as "draconian" and "very detrimental" to shareholders, making a mockery of Labor's claims they would result in a "win-win" ...

RUDD SPRUIKS FOR INVESTMENT ABROAD, BUT INCREASES SOVEREIGN RISK AT HOME

While Kevin Rudd is out in New York spruiking the benefits of investing in Australia to leading business figures, back home he has increased sovereign risk with his moves to force the break up of Telstra, one of this countries biggest publicly ...

CONROY AND TANNER SPLIT ON TELSTRA BREAK UP PLAN

A major split has emerged between Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner and Communications Minister Stephen Conroy over whether Telstra should be forced to divest its interests in Foxtel under Labor's plans to break up the company. Shadow Minister for ...

WILL GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY ENHANCE COMPETITION?

Is the real objective behind the Rudd Government's attack on Telstra, including its 1.4 million shareholders, 30,000 employees and 9 million customers, to create via its NBN company a new Government-owned monopoly of fixed line ...

CONROY'S SPECTRUM THREAT DEFIES LOGIC

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy was today unable to explain the rationale for stopping Telstra from acquiring additional spectrum for advanced wireless broadband when its competitors in the wireless market have the majority of that market's ...

LABOR'S NAKED ATTEMPT TO PROP UP NBN

The Rudd Governmentís move to force the structural separation of Telstra is a naked and desperate attempt to prop up its reckless $43 billion NBN Mark II proposal, Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Nick ...

WHY BREAK-UP TELSTRA IF GOVERNMENT IS DETERMINED TO BUILD ITS NBN?

The Governmentís decision to force the structural separation of Telstra makes no sense given its determination to spend $43 billion to build a National Broadband Network Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator ...
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