How did the government get the job done? – The National ABC News (AU)

The NBN rollout has been a big story for the past few months, with the government announcing it would commence in March.

But now, we’re getting a taste of what it will actually be like for people.

That’s the title of an article that’s going to be published tomorrow, detailing some of the challenges and issues the rollout has faced over the past three months.

In a series of blog posts, the ABC will look at how things have gone so far.

Here’s what we’re going to find out.

The biggest question yet The biggest challenge for the NBN is still the rollout.

The Government’s biggest shortcoming has been that it hasn’t spent as much money on the rollout as it should have.

It was supposed to have $13 billion by the end of June, but that figure was revised to $11.3 billion by December.

That was because the Government’s own modelling had projected that $11 billion would be enough to cover the first five years.

The Labor Government has spent the last three months looking at ways to fix the problem.

In its first briefing on the NBN last month, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said that it was now “about three-quarters complete” and that “a lot of things have been sorted out” in the last month.

He said that the rollout would be “faster, more reliable, cheaper, better”.

But the latest report from the Commonwealth Government says that while the Government has “reopened” its eyes to the problems, “the NBN is a massive undertaking” that requires a lot of work.

It also notes that “the Government is not getting the money it needs to get things right”.

What is the NBN?

The NBN is the system that’s supposed to connect Australians to the internet.

It’s a system that connects Australians to broadband networks, so it covers everything from phone calls to TV sets.

It covers about one-third of Australia’s population, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The NBN’s network covers about 70 per cent of Australia, and is designed to be able to handle up to three gigabytes of data per second.

There are three main components of the NBN, which are Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP), Fibre to the Node (FTTN) and fibre to the premises (FTTH).

The NBN covers about 90 per cent by itself, while the other three per cent is split among the three main carriers: Telstra, Optus and Optus Fibre Optic.

How does the NBN work?

It’s designed to connect Australia to the global internet via fibre-to/FTTP, but the Government says the rollout will cover an additional five gigabytes by 2020.

That means it will cover the equivalent of about 12 times as much data per minute, or about 10 hours of video per week.

That data will be transmitted via a cable or satellite link, rather than a copper network.

The new fibre-optic network is meant to be “up and running” in 2020, meaning that the Government will have finished the network by then.

This is the part that’s the most controversial.

The Opposition says the Government is failing to meet its commitment to build 25 per cent, because the rollout is still being rolled out and not finished.

The plan is for fibre-by-wire, but it’s unclear whether that’s a feasible and practical solution.

The Coalition says it has put forward a “firm plan” to address the rollout problem, but has yet to see it through.

The issue of latency is another big one.

The network has been slow to arrive on the network.

Some experts have pointed out that there is a problem with how the network is set up.

For example, when the Government starts construction, the fibre is supposed to be laid.

It then moves around the network until the network has “finally” arrived at the end point.

But the network isn’t laid out perfectly, because some cables can be bent or twisted.

The Communications Minister says that the network “can be laid out exactly as we want to, but if we want a different network then we can build that network as we see fit”.

But what happens when the NBN does arrive?

What will happen to the existing copper network?

This is where the Government and NBN have been able to find some common ground.

In February, the Government committed to the rollout by 2020 and set a target of reaching half of Australia by 2020, although it didn’t specify how long that would take.

The current rollout is the same as that in 2015, and this has caused some headaches for the Coalition.

The Federal Government says it will “continue to work closely with the NBN Co to deliver an end-to, start-up, service that is affordable, reliable and delivers a reliable and reliable service”.

The Government says this is what it’s been doing, but some experts are questioning the speed with which the rollout was completed. “The


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