Interview - ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland
Topics: Budget, skilling Australians, industrial relations, Andrew Laming
Interview - Sky News Live with Kieran Gilbert
Topics: Employment sector, Australia tech
$2 billion funding agreement to guarantee preschool for Aussie kids
The Morrison Government is locking in $2 billion over four years to guarantee $1340 for every Australian child to attend preschool in the year before school.
Interview — 5AA Adelaide Mornings with Leon Byner
Topics: Budget, South Australian unemployment rates, mutual obligations
Interview - Today Show with Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic
Topics: Moderna vaccine, international border, Federal Budget – skilling Australians, aliens
Securing our Economic Recovery by keeping Australians working
The Morrison Government’s 2021-22 Budget is securing Australia’s recovery through protecting jobs today and making it easier for Australians to get a job or hire an employee tomorrow, setting up…
Backing Australian families to secure our recovery
The Morrison Government is securing Australia’s recovery and setting up our future with an additional $3.3 billion to give Australian kids the best possible start to their e
Local Recovery Fund project to support young job seekers on the Gold Coast
The Gold Coast region will benefit from a $56,449 investment to help local job seekers back into work, as part of the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund.
Local Recovery Fund project to support refugee and CALD job seekers in South Eastern Melbourne
The South Eastern Melbourne and Peninsula region will benefit from a $166,280 investment to help local job seekers back into work, as part of the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund.
National Career Institute Round Two Partnership Grants to improve career advice
Round two of NCI's partnership program is offering up to $525,000 for projects aimed at improving career outcomes for adults and school students.
Local Recovery Fund project to support female jobseekers on the Sunshine Coast
The Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast region will benefit from a $154,810 investment to help local women back into work, as part of the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund.
Doorstop - Melbourne, Victoria
Topics: Budget, digital transformation and skills, India flight ban