Support to kick-start businesses across Australia
Aspiring entrepreneurs and small business people can now receive practical assistance and support with new Entrepreneurship Facilitators in place across Australia.
Keeping school chaplains in schools
Australian students will have access to important support services offered by school chaplains, with the Morrison Government reaching agreement with all states and territories to continue the…
Government driving down cost of child care
Our Government’s Child Care Subsidy is driving down out-of-pocket costs for parents.
Doorstop - Brisbane, Queensland
E&OE Subjects: CFMMEU intimidation towards Queensland work health and safety Inspectors, jobs figures, 2019 Federal Election
Increasing and extending the instant asset write-off
The Liberal National Government is continuing to back small business by increasing the instant asset write-off threshold from $20,000 to $25,000, effective immediately, and extending the…
Back to school in 2019
Nearly four million children will go to school in 2019, as the school gates open for another year of learning from today.
Schools encouraged to take action against bullying
Everyone can take action against bullying, as the Morrison Government urges all schools in Australia to join the fight.
Statement on TEQSA report
TEQSA has provided its Report to the Minister for Education: Higher education sector response to the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Additional support package for ASC shipbuilding workforce
The Coalition Government’s commitment to building a strong sovereign naval shipbuilding capability is delivering thousands of jobs as well as strong benefits to the Australian economy.
Doorstop, Sydney - ABS labour force figures for December 2018
Fairs to help small business take care of business - Burswood, WA
The Liberal National Government is raising small business awareness of the range of incentives, funding and programs available to support them with the launch of its national Small Business Fairs…
Strong jobs numbers show danger of changing approach
Today’s labour force results, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, show unemployment has fallen to 5.0 per cent, down from 5.7 per cent under the former Labor government.