Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie
- Minister for Regionalisation, Regional Communications and Regional Education
- Minister for Emergency Management and National Recovery and Resilience
Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie was sworn in as Minister for Regionalisation, Regional Communications and Regional Education on 2 July 2021.
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Australian students working on their Curious Minds
Around 130 Australian girls in Years 9 and 10 have completed a six-month supercharged STEM coaching program, aimed at developing the
Simpson Prize – Presentation Ceremony
I’d like to acknowledge the Governor-General, His Excellency General the Hon David Hurley, AC DSC; organisers of the Simpson Prize, the History Teachers’ Association of Australia; Paul Foley, Chair…
Simpson Prize winners keep Anzac spirit alive
Minister for Regionalisation, Regional Communications and Regional Education Bridget McKenzie said the Anzac legacy is in good hands with the quality of entries by students in the national Simpson…
More tertiary education opportunities for students in Wangaratta
The Morrison Government will provide funding to help establish the Country Universities Centre (CUC) Ovens Murray, creating more opportunities for local students to pursue tertiary education studies…
Growing workforce for horticulture in Mallee
Farmers, including horticulture growers in the Mallee region will have better access to the labour they need this season to harvest their fruit with the Australian Government acting on concerns…
Research to boost Australian agriculture
Australian farmers will benefit from world-leading research to improve crop resilience and yield.
A plan for Australia's future population
The Morrison Government will tackle the impact of increasing population in congested cities and back smaller cities and regions looking for greater growth to secure their economic future and the…
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.
Better outcomes, more opportunities for regional, rural and remote students
The Coalition Government has accepted all 11 recommendations of the Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education (IRRRRE), committing to a whole of government approach in response…
Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education
The report on an extensive review to guide efforts to overcome the educational divide between capital cities and regional and rural areas is now available to the public.
Improving education opportunities and outcomes for country kids
Public submissions have opened for the Coalition Government’s review of regional education.