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2014 News Releases



WIA and NZART ANZAC 100 actions

28/ 11/ 2014   The Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) plans for the ANZAC century in 2015 have been joined by the New Zealand Association of Radio Transmitters (NZART). Both will have commemorative callsigns and awards.Type a short description here
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Portable activity sets new record

20/ 11/ 2014   There was a lot of portable activity at the weekend throughout VK3 for the Keith Roget Memorial National Parks Award with a record 33 of the 45 National Parks activated, 8 more than last year.
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GlobalSET tests our emergency communications

19/ 11/ 2014   On Sunday November the 23rd those trained and prepared for disaster when it strikes will be on air for a special training exercise.
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Government's Spectrum Review proposes a single licensing framework

11/ 11/ 2014   The foreshadowed consultation on the radiocommunications Spectrum Review has opened, the announcement being made by the Minister for Communications on 11 November 2014. The Department of Communications has released the "Spectrum Review – Potential Reform Directions" paper for public comment.
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The 9 cm band is safe, for now

02/ 11/ 2014   Use of the 3400-3600 MHz band, including Amateur access, will remain ‘business as usual’ for the time being. This has been the fortuitous outcome following the recent consultation on future arrangements in the band, conducted by the ACMA.
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02/ 11/ 2014   To mark the 100th anniversary of the departure of the first convoy of ships carrying ANZAC troops and the significant role Albany has played in Australia’s ANZAC history, a number of commemorative events will be taking place in Albany from the 31 October to 2 November 2014.
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