Child care numbers continue to rise
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said today the Morrison Government’s child care reforms were driving down out-of-pocket costs for parents.
Quantum launch into the future
A research centre in Sydney is developing world-leading technology that will transform the information economy and industries of the future.
Modernising right of entry to protect Australian workers
The Coalition Government will consult on proposed changes to right of entry rules that aim to modernise right of entry permits and stop militant union officials improperly accessing Australia’s…
Students should be in school on 15 March
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today urged school students to stay at school and take part in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
Preparing young Australians for the jobs of the future
Students will receive more guidance and support to develop the skills that will prepare them for the jobs of the future.
Giving choice and flexibility to casual workers
The Coalition Government has introduced legislation to the Parliament to enable regular casual employees to request to move to full-time or part-time employment, giving Australians more…
Paying small business on time
Large and small businesses will help design the Commonwealth’s new business payments reporting scheme to encourage fairer and faster payment times for small businesses.
Small Business Fairs helping small business take care of business - Queanbeyan, NSW
The Liberal National Government is raising awareness of the range of incentives, funding and programs available to support small business through the delivery of its national Small Business Fairs…
Expanded legal advice service for small business employers
The Coalition Government is supporting small and family businesses and Australian workers to navigate Australia’s industrial relations law with even greater access to free legal advice.
Support for remote and rural child care services
Child care services in regional and remote Australia are receiving Morrison Government funding to ensure they can better support local families.
Continued growth in international education sector
Australia’s world-class international education sector contributed $34 billion to the local economy last year, an increase of 15.3 per cent.
Promoting international education in regional Australia
We must do more to attract international students to rural and regional Australia, Minister for Education Dan Tehan said today.