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Strengthening Australian research to strengthen our future
The Morrison Government’s commitment to world-leading research is continuing, with funding for 65 new projects announced today.
Dr Michele Bruniges AM
I am pleased to announce that the Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), has reappointed Dr Michele Bruniges AM as Secretary of the Department of…
Helping more people into self-employment
With Australia’s economic recovery underway, the Morrison Government are providing even more opportunities for people to start their own new small business and assisting people already running a…
Australian Government Assistance Extended for NSW Storms and Floods
Australian Government support payments activated for 18 additional local government areas across NSW. Quickest and easiest way to claim is to call 180 22 66. Phone line…
Queensland Tourism and Hospitality Virtual Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities for job seekers across Queensland will be held from today until Wednesday 31 March.
More flexibility to support child care during emergencies
The Morrison Government has today passed legislation that builds on the unprecedented support for child care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australian graduates rated highly, but more focus on student experience needed
New data shows Australian universities are producing graduates with the skills and qualifications that employers need, but that more work needs to be done to improve the
Support to Help Young People in Online or Digital Employment Services into Work
The Australian Government is providing more opportunities for thousands of young Australians to get into work and training.
Nominations open for the 2021 Australian Training Awards
Nominations are now open for the peak national awards of Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Protecting freedom of speech at Australian universities
The Morrison Government has passed important legislation to further strengthen protections for academic freedom and freedom of speech at Australia’s universities.
New facilities for students at ET Australia Secondary College
Staff and students at ET Australia Secondary College in Gosford will benefit from two new and improved campuses, upgraded as part of the Morrison Government’s Capital Grants Program.
Opening of new ACU campus set to benefit Western Sydney students
The opening of the Australian Catholic University’s (ACU) new campus in Blacktown will give more students from Western Sydney the opportunity to go to university and gain job-ready qualifications.