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Morrison Government delivers for women
The Morrison Government’s economic plan is delivering for Australian women. On the back of the record female participation rate achieved in April, we now have more women in the workforce than ever.
Ensuring transparency on child care fees
More than 500 child care providers will be removed from the Government’s Child Care Finder website under a Morrison Government crackdown on businesses that aren’t publicly reporting their fees.
Loan fee exemptions extended
Around 30,000 Australian students will benefit from legislation passed through the Senate today that extends FEE-HELP loan fee exemptions for a further six months.
Unemployment rate drops to 5.1 per cent
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show seasonally adjusted employment surged by 115,200 in May 2021, exceeding all market expectations, to stand at a record high of 13,125,100.
Three scholarships on offer to benefit country students
Three different scholarships are available to support country students to take up higher education, including with a regional higher education provider.
Submissions Invited on Streamlined Pacific Labour Mobility Initiative
COVID-19 has brought into sharp focus the value of our Pacific labour mobility initiatives, the Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP) and Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS), which provide direct and…
Public consultation opened on Australia’s Digital Identity Legislation
The Morrison Government is asking Australians to share their views on the safeguards and protections that will underpin Australia’s Digital Identity system with the release of the Digital Identity…
Copper Coast celebrates official opening
The Copper Coast Council University Centre at Kadina officially opened today, providing opportunities for more students from the region to access tertiary education and training.
More tertiary opportunities for regional students in Maranoa
Maranoa Country Universities Centre (CUC) officially opened its doors today, providing more opportunities for local students to access tertiary education and training closer to home.
2021 Prime Minister’s National Spelling Bee Winners announced
The winners of this year’s Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee have been announced, with three young Australians tackling some of the toughest words in the dictionary to top the country.
Update on mutual obligations requirements in Victoria
The Morrison Government has extended the suspension of mutual obligation requirements for job seekers and participants in the Commonwealth COVID-19 hotspot declared region of Greater Melbourne,…
Morrison Government works with industry to secure Australia’s sensitive data
The Morrison Government is making significant progress in implementing improved protection and security for government held data by certifying the first providers that will enable sensitive…