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Mobile Black Spot Program delays leave Wimmera and Ararat residents in the dark, Sky Muster downloads almost doubled

Eliza Berlage
Updated April 12 2020 - 1:03pm, first published April 10 2020 - 2:00pm
INCREASED DEMAND: Victorian schools will move most students online for Term two, while workers are being encouraged to do their job at home. Picture: SHUTTERSTOCK
INCREASED DEMAND: Victorian schools will move most students online for Term two, while workers are being encouraged to do their job at home. Picture: SHUTTERSTOCK

With more people working from home, and schools switching to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic the demand for internet and phone services has increased, yet the Wimmera and Ararat have significant connectivity issues.

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Eliza Berlage

Eliza Berlage made the move to Horsham to report for the Wimmera Mail-Times in October 2019. Originally from Sydney, she has a sociology background and spent two years working in the press gallery in Canberra.

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