Investing in research infrastructure that delivers outcomes
World-leading research that delivers real-world benefits for Australians will be enhanced by the Morrison Government’s $30.7 million investment in research infrastructure.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has thanked Anthony McClaran for his contribution to education in Australia.
Small Business Roundtable for Bushfire Recovery
The Prime Minister, Treasurer and Minister Cash today met with small business groups, including a number of small business representatives from bushfire affected regions in the Cabinet room at…
Funding research in the national interest
The Morrison Government is investing in research that’s in our national interest, from protecting Australians from bushfires to ensuring our billion-dollar wine industry is globally competitive.…
Support to access child care
The Child Care Subsidy continues to support parents with the cost of child care while they’re working, training, studying or volunteering.
Farewelling the 2019 school year
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has congratulated all students on the successful completion of another school year and wished them a safe and enjoyable break.
Doorstop - labour force figures, job advertisement figures, China
E&OE Subject/s: ABS labour force figures, job advertisement figures, China
Labour force figures November: more Australians in work than ever before
Labour force figures released today by the ABS underscore the continued strength and resilience of the Australian labour market with seasonally adjusted employment rising strongly, by 39,900 over…
Significant investment in Australian university research
Australian researchers will receive an additional $35 million in funding next year to continue world-leading research that benefits our country.
Preschool funding continues
The Morrison Government will fund almost 350,000 children in Australia to access 15 hours of quality early learning a week in the year before school.
Pilot program to develop tailored training in remote communities
Remote communities across Australia will receive specialised language, literacy, numeracy and digital literacy (LLND) skills training as part of a three-year pilot program.
Greater collaboration between universities and business
The Morrison Government is funding four projects to enhance collaboration between universities and business that will lead to new jobs, business opportunities and produc