Universities adopt free speech code
All 41 Australian universities now have policies in place to strengthen and protect free speech and academic freedoms on campus, aligning with the model code…
Interview with Rafael Epstein - ABC Radio Melbourne
Subjects: Child care announcement; Return of international students; IBAC probe…
Transition to a COVID-19 National Plan approach to mutual obligation requirements
The Morrison Government today announced changes to mutual obligation requirements and COVID-19 restrictions to align with the National Plan to Transition Australia’s…
$103.5 million boost for Western Australian training through JobTrainer
The upskilling of Western Australians in critical industries will continue with the Western Australia Government matching the Federal Government’s second round of JobTrainer funding, which will see a…
Virtual Press Conference - Melbourne
Subjects: Child care announcement; bringing forward CCS; removing annual cap; Women’s economic security; Net zero.
Increased child care support brought forward
Around 250,000 Australian families will now benefit from increased Child Care Subsidy (CCS) from 7 March 2022, four months earlier than first expected.
International Education: The road back
Australian International Education Conference Online 2021 - Keynote address
Morrison Government funds local projects to help to improve the careers of Australians
The Morrison Government will provide almost $16 million to new projects that will improve career pathways and help strengthen the nation’s skills-led economic recovery.
Interview — Sky News Live Afternoon Agenda with Kieran Gilbert
Topics: Online safety and social media platforms; the National Plan for reopening
Albany study hub officially opens
The Great Southern Universities Centre in Albany was officially opened today, providing opportunities for more students from the region to access a tertiary education.
Doorstop - Broadwater Parklands, Southport, Gold Coast
Topics: vaccination rollout; Queensland COVID-19 plan
Regional universities top the list for graduate employment
Australia’s regional universities outrank their capital city counterparts for full-time graduate employment four months after graduation, according to a new report released today.