The Hon Paul Fletcher MP
- Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts
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New library for University of Tasmania’s vibrant Launceston campus
The new Library and Student Experience Building at the University of Tasmania’s (UTAS) Inveresk Campus was officially opened today, signifying an exciting step for students and the communities of…
A voice for young people on online safety
In an Australian first, the Morrison Government will establish an Online Safety Youth Advisory Council as a next step in its plan to make the online world safer and hold the social media giants to…
University of Tasmania’s Inveresk construction blitz builds
Another significant milestone for the University of Tasmania’s new Inveresk campus has been reached with a major tender awarded to a leading Tasmanian construction firm.
$1 million for creative arts scholarships
Students from regional and remote Australia will be supported to study the creative arts through a new scholarship program worth $1 million.
School chaplains undertaking cyberbullying training
School chaplains will start training to combat cyberbullying so they can better identify and support students who may be the victims of online bullying.
Safeguarding children, people with disability and taxpayers’ money
The Morrison Government is ensuring the integrity of family day care by cancelling the Child Care Subsidy provider approval for 21 dodgy day care operators.
BUDGET SUPPORT FOR NORTH QUEENSLAND FLOOD RECOVERY
The Morrison Government will provide almost $33 million in next week’s budget for new weather radars, school funding support and direct financial assistance for isolated families, following this…
Building social cohesion through sport
Muslim girls and boys will learn leadership, teamwork and a love of Aussie Rules footy with the support of our Government.
Over 2,300 regional and remote students to benefit from Youth Allowance change
Over 2,300 students from regional and remote Australia are set to benefit from changes to Youth Allowance from 1 January 2019.
Joint doorstop interview at University of Tasmania, Inveresk Campus
E&OE TRANSCRIPT Topics: UTAS relocation; Launceston City Deal; GST.
UTAS relocation given the green light
The Turnbull Government will drive jobs and economic revitalisation in Launceston through the game-changing relocation of the University of Tasmania’s main campus to Central Business District.
Minister for Employment visits McDonald’s training centre
Minister for Employment Senator Eric Abetz today visited the McDonald’s training centre in Sydney with Member for Berowra Philip Ruddock and Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher.