Posted November 01, 2018 06:07:51 It’s the most important week in history.
It will determine the future of the Australian economy.
The Federal Government is going to need to step up.
But how can it?
The Government has been unable to deliver on a range of major promises in the past year, including the NBN and a major infrastructure project that was supposed to be done by 2019.
A lot of the Government’s focus has been on the economy, particularly the construction of the NBN.
It has not done a good job of explaining why the NBN is the most significant part of the economic strategy and the Government has struggled to find a coherent approach to it.
The NBN has the potential to deliver a lot of jobs, to create billions of dollars of new jobs and to lift millions of people out of poverty.
But it is also going to be a massive economic opportunity for many Australians, especially those who already have jobs.
What the Government needs to do now is to put a plan in place to deliver it.
And the best way to do that is to build an economy that works for everyone.
In this second part of this series, we look at the key challenges facing the Government in this crucial week, and how the Government can deliver a better economy in the future.
We look at what the Government could do to address them, and then we look for solutions that will improve the future for Australian workers.
Here’s what we know about the NBN: The Government has a plan to build the NBN The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the Federal Authority for the construction and operation of the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The plan calls for the NBN to be delivered by 2019, with construction beginning in 2019.
The Government is spending $60 billion on the project.
This is a huge investment.
Most of the money will be spent on getting the network up and running and rolling out to every Australian, starting with about 200,000 premises.
About 60 per cent of the cost of building the network will be funded by the Federal Treasury, which is the largest source of funding for public infrastructure projects.
However, the Federal Treasurer will have to find the funding to cover the other 60 per to 70 per cent.
This is where Labor has a strong advantage.
It is the only major party in government that has made significant investments in the NBN, and it has been a strong supporter of the project from the start.
Labor has promised to build this network, but it will be up to the Labor Government to ensure that it is delivered on time and on budget.
We know that it will take time for the network to build up, and that the NBN will not be ready to deliver 100 per cent capacity until 2022.
On the other hand, Labor has set a target to get NBN up and operating by 2020.
That means that the Government will have about five years to get it up and working.
How will the Government build a better NBN?
To build a network that works in the long term, it is essential to ensure it is well connected to the rest of the country.
This means making sure the network is well maintained and running.
There are two main ways that the Federal government can do this.
One is by building fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) connections to the NBN network, which would enable users to connect to the network remotely.
The other is by connecting to the national broadband network through fibre optic cables that connect to each premises.
The fibre-optic cables that the government plans to use for FTTN are not cheap, and they will cost billions of Australian dollars.
One of the problems that NBN has faced is that it needs to be connected to every part of Australia.
That can be a lot more difficult when there are so many people living in a particular area.
An example is in Melbourne, where about half of the population is on a low-speed internet connection.
So the Government decided to build a fibre-based network to the Melbourne suburb of Melbourne CBD.
These two technologies would enable the Government to deliver the NBN in a cost-effective way.
But this would also mean that the network would need to be designed for different populations and different business types.
Why is the NBN so important?
Fibre-to, or fibre-coaxial, cables are used to provide high speed internet connections to rural and remote areas of Australia, such as the ACT.
But they are also used for mobile phones, televisions and other connected devices.
This has resulted in some of the biggest bottlenecks in the country: rural and rural-to areas have high speeds and high cost of access, while the remote areas have very low speeds and cost of service.
Some argue that the cost to build fibre- to-the node connections is too high.
But a new study by Pricewater