Letters will only be delivered every second day with Australia Post revamping its workflow to focus on parcels as Aussies turn to online shopping.
Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin has stepped down after a challenging 18 months marked by two of the telco giant's worst and most public disasters.
Australia's corruption watchdog doesn't think Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin's exit serves any purpose other than a quick reputational boost.
A Senate inquiry into a 12-hour Optus outage that affected millions of Australians has revealed hundreds of triple-zero calls were unable to go through.
Optus has revealed the reason behind a communications outage that caused havoc for millions of people and businesses around the country.
Telecommunications giant Optus has revealed a routine software upgrade left millions disconnected across the country.
Optus is being slammed for "inadequate" compensation offered to customers after an outage affected millions of people and small businesses.
Services to Optus customers have been restored after a nationwide outage left customers and infrastructure in the dark for more than nine hours.
Optus has offered its customers 200GB of data for the holiday season after a mass outage affected millions of Australians.
Australians have made their anger known, lodging more than one million complaints to their internet, mobile and phone providers in the last financial year.
A revamp of Australia's privacy laws will target "dark patterns" that lead to online users consenting to more intrusions than necessary.
Low incomes and poor infrastructure have left remote First Nations communities among the most digitally excluded people in the country.
Australians using more online technologies rightly expect that their data be protected, the attorney-general says, as he flags changes to privacy laws.
Work mapping the country's worst areas for mobile coverage could begin next year after the government called for tenders in a $20 million project.
Telstra chief executive Vicky Brady says Telstra's T25 strategy is on pace to deliver most of its objectives.
Telstra says it is eliminating some roles and adding others for a net reduction of 472 jobs in a bid to remain competitive.
Australian mobile phone users are being promised greater coverage after Optus announced a partnership with SpaceX to boost its reach.
Australia's biggest telco will team up with satellite broadband provider Starlink to connect households and businesses in remote locations.
Regional and rural Australians continue to endure unreliable mobile and internet reception, but satellites and AI could help address the problem.
The home affairs minister says the federal government will not hesitate to out the parties behind cyber attacks, amid warnings China is beefing up its offence.
Injured or lost hikers will be able to contact emergency services and their loved ones even when off the grid using a new satellite service.
A US commissioner has told a federal inquiry a total ban on the social media app TikTok should be considered to deal with possible security concerns.
TikTok has been banned from government devices in all states and territories except WA, after the Commonwealth prohibited the app.
Queensland and South Australia will ban the use of TikTok on government devices amid security concerns but politicians are planning to keep their accounts.
TPG and Telstra will appeal after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission declined to approve their proposed $1.8 billion network-sharing deal.
Queensland has tightened the rules for using a state driver's licence for identification purposes following the Optus data breach in September.
Medibank has confirmed hackers accessed the personal information of all four million of its customers, as well as significant amounts of health data.
The federal government says a $2.4 billion investment to upgrade NBN fibres will deliver high-speed internet to almost 700,000 regional premises.
A Sydney man charged with trying to blackmail Optus customers caught in a major data breach could face up to 10 years behind bars.
Optus is being dragged over the coals after promising to "vigorously defend" any class actions launched by Australian customers over a major security breach.
The names and addresses of thousands of Telstra staff stolen from a third-party rewards program website in 2017 have been uploaded to the dark web.