Supporting children the focus of preschool Expert Advisory Group
A new panel of experts will advise the Government on delivering the best possible preschool outcomes for our children and families now, and into the future.
Morrison Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy delivers Indigenous tech business boom
The Morrison Government is delivering on its commitment to increase opportunities for Indigenous businesses, with $188 million in contracts being awarded to Indigenous small to medium enterprises…
Interview with Chris Smith - Chris Kenny Show Sky News
Subjects: Pfizer supply and vaccination rollout, the draft school curriculum.
More support for Aboriginal families across Tasmania
Hundreds of Aboriginal children and their families will benefit from a new partnership between the Australian and Tasmanian Liberal Governments that will help get them ready for school.
Interview with Ben Fordham - 2GB Radio
Subjects: Draft National Curriculum, Anzac Day.
Interview with Michael Rowland on ABC Breakfast
ROWLAND: To federal politics - there's a lot of focus on the rules around borders this morning with reports that vaccine passports for international travel could be available from next month.…
Triple J Hack - Interview with Avani Dias
Subjects: Changes to National Curriculum draft;
Early Childhood Australia Virtual Conference - Backing the Early Childhood Sector
Minister Tudge's welcome address to the Early Childhood Australia Conference.
Morrison Government’s Perth South Jobs Fair has thousands of jobs on offer
The Perth South Jobs Fair will bring together job seekers and businesses across Perth on Tuesday 7 September 2021 at Optus Stadium.
$20 million to boost research capacity at regional universities
The Liberal Nationals Government is investing nearly $20 million to increase research capacity at regional universities and grow regi
Interview with Chris Smith - Sky News
Subjects: COVID impact on students, new curriculum, COVID-19 vaccination, and lockdowns.
AHPPC to consider simplified travel arrangements for boarding schools
A nationally consistent approach to managing border restrictions for 23,000 boarding students will be referred to the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC).