Child care fee relief for bushfire-affected families and firefighters
The Morrison Government has made it easier for the generous donations from Australians to make a difference to families impacted by bushfires and to firefighters.
Mental health support for international students
Mental health support is available to international students who are impacted by the coronavirus and its effect on families, study plans and travel.
Penrith Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
Back to school immunisation reminder
Preparing for the new school year is a busy time for parents.
'Energising Tasmania' agreement signed
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have signed an agreement that will support thousands of Tasmanians through the delivery of fee-free training to develop a skilled workforce for the…
Working with universities to protect Australians and the sector
The Australian Government met today with the Universities Australia (UA) Board to explore options to minimise the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on tertiary educati
Coronavirus and higher education: Statement from Minister for Education Dan Tehan
The National Security Committee of Cabinet (NSC) met this afternoon to discuss the evolving novel coronavirus crisis.
Strengthening the digital technologies and human services care workforce
Work to grow Australia’s skilled workforce is underway with the commencement of Skills Organisation Pilots to support the digital technology and human services care industries.
International student mental health in the spotlight
International students will receive better mental health support. The Morrison Government is providing $200,000 to research:
Change in business behaviour confirms Government legislation
The Morrison Government welcomes the decision taken by businesses in recent days to change their payment terms with their suppliers.
Graduates delivering for employers
University graduates are making a good first impression with 84 per cent of employers highly rating the graduates they employ.
Child care costs and government subsidy
Australian families continue to pay less out-of-pocket costs on average under the Government’s Child Care Package, according to the latest CPI data released today.