Homeworkers' Code of Practice Program - launch
The Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Julia Gillard, today announced the launch of the Homeworkers’ Code of Practice Program.
2008 MS Readathon
Launch of the 2008 MS Readathon, Melbourne Thank you for that introduction Mike.
2008 National Schools Constitutional Convention
2008 National Schools Constitutional Convention, Canberra Acknowledgements
Disability Employment Strategy consults in Perth
The Minister for Employment Participation, Brendan O'Connor, today visited Grand Toyota Wangara to discuss ways to increase employment of people with disability and/or mental illness.
Disability Employment Strategy consults in Adelaide
The Minister for Employment Participation, Brendan O'Connor, today visited Savings and Loans Credit Union to discuss ways to increase employment of people with disability and/or mental illness.
Fair Work Australia Summit
Acknowledgements Thank you for that welcome. Let me start by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which we meet, the Eora people.
Safe Work Australia Awards
Safe Work Australia Awards, Canberra It is a pleasure to be part of this evening’s 2007 Safe Work Australia Awards ceremony.
National Safe Work Australia Awards Winners Announced
The Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Julia Gillard has joined Chairman of the Australian Safety and Compensation Council, Mr Bill Scales in congratulating winners of the 2007…
University offers and acceptances up in 2008
The 2008 Undergraduate Applications, Offers and Acceptances report has found that fewer students are being turned away from universities, with nearly 80 per cent of applicants being offered a…
New fund to strengthen higher education
Today the Minister for Education, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, invited universities to apply for the first round of funding under the newDiversity and Structural Adjustment Fund.
Boarding boost for Indigenous students
The Minister for Education, Julia Gillard has today announced that $2 million of funding will be delivered to improve facilities at a boarding school in North Queensland.
Budding young historians invited to rise to the Challenge
Entries will soon open for the 2008 National History Challenge following the announcement today of the Challenge theme:Australia Meets the World.