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Get the latest news about the Public Safety Network and related Telco Authority connectivity programs and services.

Infrastructure
05 August 2022

The NSW Government has delivered 250 new or enhanced Public Safety Network (PSN) radio sites, reaching more than 97 per cent of the population and increasing mission-critical communications coverage for first responders.

A low shot of a communication tower against a blue cloudy sky
19 July 2022

The Public Safety Network (PSN) across the Barwon region has been expanded with the completion of a new site in the town of Bellata located in the Narrabri Shire.

A low shot of a communication tower against a blue cloudy sky
14 June 2022

Twelve representatives from NSW Telco Authority have been recognised for their service during the 2019 Black Summer bushfires with National Emergency Medals presented by Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Victor Dominello today.

The National Emergency Medal recipients.
02 June 2022

The Public Safety Network (PSN) in the Macarthur Region has been expanded with the completion of a new site at Macquarie Fields.

A low shot of a communication tower against a blue cloudy sky
10 December 2021

A new Telecommunications Operations Centre to support critical communications during bushfires or floods has been opened today by the Minister for Digital and Customer Service Victor Dominello.

Entry to operations centre with rows of people working at computer terminals. Signage at door with name of centre.
19 November 2021

The NSW Government has announced that the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the University of Sydney will lead the establishment of the state’s Connectivity Innovation Network.

Abstract Network Background
12 November 2021

The NSW Government has delivered 200 new and enhanced Public Safety Network (PSN) radio sites, increasing mission-critical communications coverage for first responders. 

First responder using a portable radio device
30 June 2021

The NSW Government has delivered 150 new Public Safety Network radio sites, increasing operational and mission-critical communications coverage for first responders.

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22 December 2020

Today the NSW Telco Authority launched a ten-year plan to transform public safety communications to provide first responders with the connectivity they need to protect people and places.

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04 December 2020

NSW Telco Authority has awarded a five-year contract to manage the Public Safety Network (PSN) to BAI Communications (BAI).

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