The Hon Peter Dutton MP
- Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
Strengthening the integrity of research
The Morrison Government takes the threat of foreign interference seriously and we are taking action to protect Australian research.
New university at Petrie officially opens
The opening of USC Moreton Bay at Petrie will forever change the educational, employment and earning potential of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.
Protecting Australian universities from foreign interference
The Australian Government and the university sector are taking a stand against foreign interference with new guidelines to ensure our students and research are protected.
Regulation changes to strengthen the asbestos border control
Importers who knowingly or recklessly import goods containing asbestos could now face up to five years jail, under increased penalties announced by the Morrison Government.
Turnbull Government welcomes action from the Migrant Workers’ Taskforce
Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash and the Minister for Immigration, the Hon Peter Dutton MP have today welcomed the progress made by the Migrant Workers’ Taskforce, led by…
Australia increasingly a destination of choice for international students
Australia is welcoming unprecedented numbers of international students in 2015.
$1.4 million funding for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Minister for Education, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP and Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, the Hon Peter Dutton MP today announced $1.4 million in Australian Government funding for the…
New online mental health service helps young people affected by cancer
Australia’s first ever online mental health service for young people affected by cancer was officially launched today by Senator the Hon Scott Ryan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for…
$35 million to advance Type 1 juvenile diabetes research
Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne MP and Minister for Health, Peter Dutton MP have today announced the Australian Government’s approval of $35 million to advance research in the critical…