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On 18 September 2018, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issued its determination relating to an access dispute between Port of Newcastle Operations and Glencore Coal Assets Australia. This access dispute concerned access charges and other conditions of access to the ‘declared’ shipping channel service at the Port of Newcastle.
Statements given to the ACCC by an NBN corporation (such as NBN Co) under section 152BEBB of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) about differences between an access agreement (AA) and a special access undertaking (SAU).

On 26 May 2017, the ACCC released its final decision on the Superfast broadband access service (SBAS) final access determination (FAD).

On 26 May 2017, the ACCC released its final decision on the Local bitstream access service (LBAS) final access determination (FAD).

On 29 July 2016, the ACCC made the Interim Access Determination (IAD) for the Superfast Broadband Access Service (SBAS). The SBAS IAD expires on 28 July 2017, unless revoked sooner. 

On 21 April 2016, the ACCC released its final decision on the DTCS final access determination (FAD). This FAD replaces the previous DTCS FAD (Final Access Determination No. 1 of 2012).

On 6 June 2019, the ACCC decided to extend the existing the final access determinations (FADs) for the declared fixed line services (LCS, WLR, LSS, ULLS, FOAS, FTAS, WADSL). The ACCC is extending these FADs as it will not be in a position to make the new FADs prior to their expiration on 30 June 2019. The existing fixed line services FADs are now extended to expire on the date immediately before the day on which the new FADs come into force.

On 24 August 2015, the ACCC released its final decision on the MTAS final access determination (FAD). This FAD replaces the previous MTAS FAD (Final Access Determination No. 7 of 2011).

On 16 April 2014, the ACCC decided to extend the existing the final access determinations (FADs) for the declared fixed line services (LCS, WLR, LSS, ULLS, PSTN OA (FOAS as of 1 August 2014), PSTN TA (FTAS as of August 1 2014) and the wholesale ADSL service. The ACCC is extending these FADs as it will not be in a position to make the new fixed line services and the wholesale ADSL service FADs prior to their expiration.

On 23 September 2015, the ACCC extended the final access determination (FAD) for the Local Access Bitstream Access Service (LBAS) until the day before the new FAD comes into force, as it was not in a positon to make a new FAD prior to its expiration on 5 October 2015. The existing LBAS FAD will now expire on the day immediately before the day on which a new access determination will come into force.