Senator the Hon Eric Abetz
- Leader of the Government in the Senate
- Minister for Employment
- Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service
- Senator for Tasmania
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Interview with David Lipson of Sky News
Huge export potential for Tasmania in China deal
EPOH Health Tasmania is today announcing that it has secured
Latest Labour Force results highlight the need for Government’s Economic Action Strategy to be implemented
Labour Force figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today indicate that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained steady at 6.2 per cent in October.
Minister for Employment and ACT Chief Minister press conference, Australian Parliament House
Commonwealth contribution to ACT Mr Fluffy asbestos remediation programme
The Commonwealth Government will provide the ACT Government
Small business benefiting from Coalition policy: report
The Fair Work Ombudsman’s Annual Report released today shows over the last year: there were almost 90,000 calls received by the Small Business Helpline in just seven months;…
Better safety and less red tape under streamlined building scheme
Changes announced today to safety accreditation arrangements for builders working on Australian Government-funded construction projects will cut red tape, boost competition and ensure safety…
Government programmes promoting jobs growth in Tasmania
The Federal Government’s targeted employment programmes are aimed at promoting jobs growth in Tasmania.
The Hon Edward Gough Whitlam AC, QC 1916–2014
"All Australians mourn the passing of the nation’s 21st Prime Minister the Hon Edward Gough Whitlam AC, QC,” Senator Abetz said today.
Doorstop in Hobart on unemployment figures
***Check against delivery*** KIM LANDERS (ABC24) : We're going to take you live now to Hobart where Employment Minister Eric Abetz is speaking.
Senate action needed now to curb unemployment
Today's ABS labour force figures once again demonstrate the need for the Senate to support key Government measures to create more job opportunities in the face of continuing labour-market…
Interview with Chris Uhlmann on ABC Radio's AM programme
SUBJECT: New job-services system for 2015-2020.