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Higher Education Reform Bill finds favour in Senate Committee hearings
Key stakeholders from across the country have formally thrown their support behind the Government’s higher education reform agenda, particularly deregulation, during this week’s Senate Committee…
Government welcomes NSW, Queensland, South Australia and ACT’s commitment to National School Chaplaincy Programme
The National School Chaplaincy Programme (NSCP) will be rolled out across the country in 2015, following agreement by all states and territories to administer the programme.
Media release – Applications open for 2015 National Youth Awards
Young Australians aged 12 to 25 are encouraged to nominate themselves or nominate a friend for the 2015 National Youth Awards.
Senate action needed now to curb unemployment
Today's ABS labour force figures once again demonstrate the need for the Senate to support key Government measures to create more job opportunities in the face of continuing labour-market…
Jobs thanks to Work for the Dole
Member for Macquarie Louise Markus was delighted to have Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker visit Macquarie today and meet with The Richmond Club – hosts of Work for the Dole…
More local jobs for young people
Federal Member for Lindsay Fiona Scott MP was joined today by the As
Blue Mountains Work for the Dole Project to begin
Louise Markus, Federal Member for Macquarie, is delighted to have the Hon Luke Hartsuyker, Assistant Minister for Employment visit our electorate today and meet with Blue Mountains City Council,…
Tender open for Employment Services 2015-20
The Australian Government today released the Request for Tender for Employment Services 2015-20, and invited bids from organisations that have the capacity and determination to help more job…
Australia’s educators recognised on World Teachers' Day
The outstanding work of Australia’s school educators will be formally recognised on Sunday as part of World Teachers’
Time Rankings show Australia faces growing competition
The 2014-15 Times Higher Education World University rankings shows Australian universities continue to improve in world rankings, but face increasing competition from Asian universities.
Launch of Safe Work Australia Month
Today the Minister for Employment and Safety Ambassador Senator Eric Abetz officially launched Safe Work Australia Month and its feature event, the new Australian Strategy Work Health and Safety…
Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Review
Education institutions and other interested stakeholders are encouraged to have their say on a discussion paper on the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Review, released today.