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Tertiary reforms to unleash potential of regional Australia
The Coalition Government is providing an additional $400 million to increase opportunities for regional, rural and remote students to get a world-class education and support regional university…
Job-ready graduates to power economic recovery
University students who study in areas of expected employment growth will pay less for their degree as the Government incentivises students to make more job-relevant decisions about their…
Boarding schools to welcome back more students
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister Andrew Gee has welcomed new advice from the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) on reducing the risk of COVID-19 transmission…
$50 million institute to drive educational outcomes
Australian students will get a better education informed by world-leading educational research.
A return to the Child Care Subsidy
As Australians return to their workplace, businesses re-open and children return to classroom learning, the Government will resume the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) to support families to access…
Government welcomes UQ’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate
The Morrison Government welcomes today’s announcement that a COVID-19 vaccine candidate led by The University of Queensland will be developed and manufactured here in Australia.
Statement on Charles Sturt University – Independent Audit Needed
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education and Member for Calare, Andrew Gee has called for an independent, external audit of Charles Sturt University’s financial position.
Construction tender awarded for Launceston City Deal UTAS project
An economic and local jobs boost is on its way for Launceston following today’s announcement of the successful tenderer for construction of the University of Tasmania’s new Library and Student…
More support for regional students
The Coalition Government is delivering on an election commitment by announcing the location of nine new Regional University Centres that will support students to remain
Gradual return of mutual obligation requirements
As steps are taken to re-open the Australian economy, mutual obligation requirements for job seekers will re-commence, in a limited capacity, from Tuesday 9 June 2020.
Extra money for school hygiene a great success
96 per cent of non-government schools have signed up to the Morrison Government’s offer of funding support for additional COVID-19 hygiene measures.
Mid North Coast NSW Virtual Job Fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair for residents of the Mid North Coast NSW was held today to showcase employment opportunities and connect job seekers with local employers.