Trailblazing universities shortlisted to boost economic recovery
Ground-breaking research commercialisation proposals across the six national manufacturing priority areas, including food and beverage, recycling and clean energy, defence, medical products, space…
Official data confirms Australian apprenticeships continue to surge
The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has released the Australian vocational education and training statistics: apprentices and trainees 2021, June quarter which confirms…
New round of Commonwealth Scholarships now open for young Australians
Young Australians and veterans can now apply for scholarships of up to $13,000 to cover the costs of an eligible vocational education and training (VET) qualification and internship.
Further support for families and the child care sector
The Morrison Government is introducing a range of targeted measures to provide support and certainty to Australian families and the child care sector as they deal with impacts of the COVID-19 Omicron…
Funding boost for Canberra Holocaust Museum and Education Centre
The Morrison Government will provide an additional $1.3 million to establish the Canberra Holocaust Museum and Education Centre as part of an ongoing commitment to support Holocaust awareness in…
Labor play politics with the safe reopening of Australian schools
The Morrison Government condemns Labor’s bald-faced attempt to politicise the reopening of Australians schools.
Youth employment reaches decade high
Youth unemployment has fallen to levels not seen since 2008, with newly released ABS figures showing the youth unemployment rate declined this month from 10.9 per cent in November 2021 to 9.4 per…
Interview - Sky News Live Newsday with Tom Connell
Topics: schools reopening; rapid antigen tests
Interview — ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland
Topics: Schools reopening; Applying the National Interest test to ARC research grants
Interview - The Today Show with Karl Stefanovic and Anna Caldwell
Topics: Omicron virus peak, Schools reopening, RATs and testing, Aged care sector, Prime Minister’s WeChat account
Labour Force December 2021: Employment hits another record high, more people in work than pre-COVID
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show that seasonally adjusted employment increased by 64,800 (or 0.5 per cent) in December, to stand at a record high of 13,242,000.
Additional support for thousands of Indigenous boarding students
Boarding providers across the country will be able to better support more than 2,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in remote areas, with an additional $15.7 million in targeted…