The Hon Kate Ellis MP
- Minister for Early Childhood, Childcare and Youth and Minister for Employment Participation
Welcome to the media centre archive for the Hon Kate Ellis, Minister for Early Childhood, Childcare and Youth and Minister for Employment Participation. This site contains material issued by Ministers and the Parliamentary Secretary in the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations portfolio.
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One-stop shop for jobs ready to help Adelaide job seekers
Minister for Employment Participation and Member for Adelaide Kate Ellis is reminding all Adelaide job seekers of the popular one-stop-jobs and skills shop which will return to Adelaide on…
Number of kids in child care hits one million
New figures have confirmed the number of children receiving child care services in Australia has hit one million for the first time, Early Childhood and Child Care Minister Kate Ellis said today…
A helping hand for regional, remote early childhood services
Early education and care services in regional, remote and Indigenous communities will share in a pool of $1.47 million to better plan and deliver quality programs while a review into how they…
New streamlined service in remote South Australia to help people get work and strengthen communities
More people in remote South Australia will be helped to get jobs and participate in their communities thanks to the Australian Government’s new $1.5 billion Remote Jobs and Communities Program (…
New streamlined service in South Australia’s west to help people get work and strengthen communities
More people in South Australia’s west will be helped to get jobs and participate in their communities thanks to the Australian Government’s new $1.5 billion Remote Jobs and Communities Program (…
Budget 2013-14: Helping more Australians with intellectual disability find work
More than 700 Australians with intellectual disability can get more help to find and keep a job in open employment with an extra $5.5 million from the Australian Government.
Budget 2013-14: $19.2 million to help more Australians find work and regional businesses find apprentices
Australians looking for work and businesses looking for apprentices in areas doing it tough will benefit from an extra $19.2 million from the Australian Government to better link job seekers with…
Budget 2013-14: Record investment in child care continues
The Gillard Government will invest more than $25 billion over four years to continue building a more affordable, flexible and high quality child care sector, helping more Australian parents return…
New data highlights need for priority action on Sydney child care shortage
New data revealing a clearer picture of Sydney’s growing problems in child care availability must jolt the New South Wales Government into action, Early Childhood and Child Care Minister Kate…
Ongoing funding for successful jobs initiatives
The Gillard Government will invest $15.7 million to continue two successful programs that have connected thousands of Australians to jobs.
Jobs workshops for sacked Queensland public service staff
The Australian Government will fund 14 workshops to help sacked Queensland public sector staff get back on their feet.
Toowoomba trials flexible child care for nurses’ shift work
Families of nurses and paramedics in Toowoomba who carry out shift work will benefit from more responsive and flexible child care in a trial to kick off from July.