Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package
Around one million families are set to receive free child care during the coronavirus pandemic under a plan from the Morrison Government that will help deliver hip pocket relief and help the early…
Sky News with Kieran Gilbert
Subjects: Coronavirus and Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package, Schools, Year 12 students
Press Conference - Australian Parliament House, ACT
Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Good afternoon, I'm joined by the Minister for Education and the Attorney-General as well.
New Jobs Hub highlighting job opportunities for Australians
The Government has today launched a new Jobs Hub which highlights which businesses and organisations have multiple jobs on offer.
2GB Ben Fordham Interview
E&OE Subject/s: JobKeeper wage subsidy, Virgin Australia, Social distancing measures
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme participants able to access Coronavirus supplement
The Government has announced the Coronavirus Supplement as part of its economic plan to support Australian households and businesses.
National Careers Institute grant funding applications open to improve career advice
The Morrison Government’s National Careers Institute has today opened applications for grants up to the value of $700,000 for programs which will foster innovative partnerships between industry,…
COVID-19 - Mutual Obligations arrangements extended
The Morrison Government will continue the suspension of mutual obligation until 27 April 2020 to support job seekers through this difficult period.
Supporting sole traders through the effects of Coronavirus
The Morrison Government has expanded the eligibility criteria for JobSeeker Payment to support sole traders and Australians who are self-employed if their income is negatively affected by the econo
Statement on child care
The current expert medical advice is that the child care sector should remain open except where individual services have been directed to close by health authorities.
New support for families and child care services
Families using child care now have 62 days available to them for absences. They will continue to receive the Child Care Subsidy if their child is absent from care for any reason for these days.
Mutual obligations lifted until congestion clears
The Coronavirus has, and will continue to have, a devastating impact on Australian jobs and businesses.