Research to protect and preserve the Great Barrier Reef
North Queensland’s iconic Great Barrier Reef will be better protected thanks to the Morrison Government’s investment in a $36.3 million research facility near Townsville.
CUC Parkes celebrates improved access to higher education for the community
The Country Universities Centre (CUC) Parkes was today officially opened.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Chris Kenny, Sky News
SUBJECTS: US election, International students and pilot programs, COVID-19 and schools
Best and brightest recognised at the 2020 Australian Training Awards
The best and the brightest in Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector have been recognised for their excellence, hard work and dedication at the 2020 Au
Agriculture students to become job-ready graduates
Australians who start an agriculture degree next year will pay significantly less for their education and graduate into a profession with strong employment prospects.
Labour force figures for October
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show that labour market conditions in Australia continued to recover in October, with employment increasing by 178,800 over the month, exceeding all…
National Harvest Virtual Jobs Fair Connects Job Seekers with Employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities across harvest regions nationally will be held on Thursday 19 November 2020.
TEQSA Chief Commissioner appointed
Emeritus Professor Peter Coaldrake AO has been appointed Chief Commissioner of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
Supporting South Australians through Covid-19
The Australian Government will lift mutual obligation requirements for job seekers in South Australia from today 18 November 2020 until Sunday 29 November 2020.
Greater Sydney Indigenous Virtual Jobs Fair Connects Job Seekers with Employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities for Indigenous Australians across the greater Sydney region will be held today on Wednesday 18 Nove
Investment supporting synthetic biology research
The Morrison Government is investing $8.3 million in a cutting-edge synthetic biology research facility to lead the development of new products, create new jobs and businesses and grow the economy.
Improving Australia’s climate and earth systems modelling
The Morrison Government is keeping Australians safe by investing in research to improve how we prepare for and respond to natural disasters and emergencies.