Australia and the Solomon Islands will sign a deal on Wednesday for the first stage of construction of an undersea cable system linking the Solomons and Papua New Guinea to Sydney. It will cost Australian taxpayers in excess of $100 million in toto.
The Basslink power interconnector, which was damaged in March, has been repaired and is back in service as of 5 June, the operator, Basslink, says.
The dispute between the Tasmanian Government and Basslink, the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland, will go to arbitration, following a notification from the government to the company.
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