Press conference with Senator Jonathon Duniam
Subjects: Federal Government increase in child care funding, UTAS relocation, Tas Govt new Cabinet
Doorstop at Daily Dough Co, Central Coast
Topics: Small and family business on the Central Coast; Federal Budget supporting small businesses and investing in skills and training, New education precinct being built on Mann St, Doughnuts
Interview - ABC Central Coast with Scott Levi
Topics: Budget, small business, training and skilling Australians
Record investment in Australian schools
The Morrison Government is investing a record $24.8 billion in Australian schools next year, with a focus on improving outcomes and returning Australia to the world’s top group of education nations.
Federal Budget delivers plan for jobs across the Central Coast
The Morrison Government’s Budget is securing the Central Coast’s economic recovery through protecting jobs today and making it easier for locals to get a job or for local businesses to hire…
Sky News Newsday interview with Tom Connell
Subjects: Return of uni students to campuses; return of international students to Australia; child care subsidy.
LAFM Interview with Mike O'Loughlin
Subjects: Budget funding for Child care, JobTrainer, lower house deposits, funding for women’s safety.
Interview, 2HD Radio with Richard King and Shanna Bull
Topics: Budget, mutual obligations, Local Recovery Fund, Local Jobs Program
New project to get hospitality job seekers back into work in the Hunter
The New South Wales Hunter region will benefit from a $95,000 investment to help local hospitality job seekers back into work, as part of the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund.
Federal Budget delivers plan for jobs and getting people into work across the Hunter
The Morrison Government’s Budget is securing the Hunter’s recovery through protecting jobs today and making it easier for locals to get a job or for local businesses to hire someone tomorrow.
Interview, Sharri with Jenna Clarke, Sky News Australia
Topics: JobTrainer, Australian border closure, getting Australians into work
National Careers Week shines a light on career development opportunities
The power of career development and the benefits it has on our lives and the economy will be celebrated as part of National Careers Week, held between 17-23 May.