Transcript — Speech to the National Apprentice Employment Network’s National Conference, 16 March 2022, Hobart
Good morning, and thank you for the opportunity to join you for your conference this morning and talk about, I think, one of the most important things the nation is talking about right now and that…
Interview — Sky News Live Afternoon Agenda with Kieran Gilbert
Topics: Russia; AUKUS; East Coast submarine base; COVID-19 measures; Safety of elected officials; Cost of living.
Anzac legacy lives on through Simpson Prize
Acting Minister for Education and Youth, Stuart Robert, today announced the state and territory winners and runners-up in the 2022 Simpson Prize competition.
Doorstop — New Norfolk
Topics: Record apprentices and traineeship in Lyons; Kindergarten funding for Tasmania; Morrison Government’s plan for skills
Jobs fair returns to Albany
Job seekers and businesses looking to hire workers in Albany and further afield will gather under the same roof on Wednesday, 16 March, for the city’s second jobs fair.
Morrison Government delivers highest trainees and apprenticeships on record in Lyons
The Morrison Government has delivered record levels of trainees and trade apprenticeships across Central Tasmania on record as trade apprentices continue to surge to record high levels across the…
More Tasmanians to gain access to $2 billion JobTrainer Fund
More Tasmanians can now access training for skills as part of the $2 billion JobTrainer fund, thanks to an extension of the successful program in Tasmania.
Morrison Government delivers additional $40 million in ongoing kindergarten funding for Tasmanian families
More than 25,000 Tasmanian children will benefit from a new agreement signed by the Morrison and Tasmanian governments that will deliver an additional $40 million in funding to kindergartens over…
Assistant Minister Luke Howarth on ABC Capricornia Breakfast
Luke Howarth discussed the value of attending the Rockhampton Jobs Fair with Paul Culliver on ABC Capricornia today
Morrison Government striking a blow against commercial cheating services
The Morrison Government is striking a blow with the enforcement of the world’s strongest laws to combat commercial academic cheating services.
Transcript: Interview — Sky News Live Afternoon Agenda with Kieran Gilbert
Topics: Floods and emergency response; Minister Robert’s visit to Lismore; Prime Minister’s visit to Lismore KIERAN GILBERT:
Transcript: Interview — Sky News Live, Paul Murray Live
Topics: Higher Child Care subsidy; ADF Support for floods