Interview – Ross Greenwood 2GB
Protecting our children’s mental health and wellbeing
Youth mental health will be a key focus as part of the Turnbull Government’s bold reforms with a new single school-based initiative covering early childhood through the end of secondary school to…
Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships fund researchers’ efforts overseas
Thirty two elite Australian scholars from among the 2016 Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship and Research Fellowship recipients are being honoured at a gala dinner at the National Museum of…
891 ABC Adelaide, Matthew Abraham and David Bevan
Subject: Terrorism; Child Care E&OE…
South Australia signs up to funding for preschool programmes
South Australia is the first state to sign up to the Turnbull Government’s National Partnership on Universal Acce
Better access to student loans for New Zealand citizens in Australia
The Parliament today passed legislation to extend access to student loans to eligible New Zealand citizens who have been long-term residents of Australia since childhood.
Interview with ABC 702 Sydney - Flexibility in child care
Robbie Buck: Are you someone who has kids in child care? Maybe your kids are at a child care centre for half the day, but are still billed for the whole day, of course.
Video message for 2nd International Conference on Asbestos Awareness and Management
Good morning. I am delighted to provide this video message to you. As we all know, living in Australia means potentially living with asbestos.
Opening of Mackillop Building at St Joseph’s School
The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, today officially opened the Mackillop Building at St Joseph’s School in Hectorville.
Education exports grow to a record $18.8 billion
Exports from Australia’s international education services sector reached a record high of $18.8 billion in 2014-15, the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data showed today.
Alumni networking in Indonesia
The importance of international education to Australia came to the fore during meetings with alumni in Jakarta as part of the Indonesia Australia Business Week which
Interview with Phil Staley - ABC Far North Mornings
Phil Staley: Children sure seem to know how to send a Facebook message, a Snapchat message or a tweet, don’ they?