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One area that is seeing the benefits of the NBN is the small town of Smithton in Tasmania's far north west. The Mayor of that region, Daryl Quilliam, told Martin Cuddihy that he hopes the asbestos scare won't hold up the roll out in the rest of the country. Source: abc.net.au

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