The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Malek Fahd Islamic School Limited
Malek Fahd Islamic School Limited (MFISL) has been granted approval to receive federal funding subject to the board meeting numerous conditions, following a robust and rigorous assessment process…
New Queensland research centre to help fight disease
A new research centre in Brisbane will save lives by training the next generation of Queensland scientists in the detection and treatment of diseases.
New junior building for Plenty Valley Christian College
Students and staff at Plenty Valley Christian College in Doreen will have full use of the new junior classrooms thanks to $900,000 in funding from the Australian Government.
New classrooms and accommodation for Tiwi College
Students and staff at Tiwi College on Melville Island will have full use of a new classroom and staff accommodation units thanks to funding from the Australian Government.
New classrooms for Northern Christian School
New state-of-the-art learning spaces at Northern Christian School in Bridgewater have been officially opened, thanks to a $200,000 contribution from the Australian Gover
Warning to family day care fraudsters
The Australian Government will continue to catch and prosecute people who defraud the family day care system.
A new era of welfare
The welfare system will help more Australians into work with reforms that have come into effect.
joint doorstop, Review into Rural, Regional and Remote Education
E&OE TRANSCRIPT Joint doorstop, Canberra Topics: Review into rural, regional and remote education; Barnaby Joyce; Michaelia Cash
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…
A fairer and simpler welfare system
Australia's welfare system will be simpler and provide greater encouragement for people to move from welfare into work with the passage of the Welfare Reform Bill through the Senate today.
Academic cyber centres to tackle critical skills shortage
The Turnbull Government will boost Australia’s cyber security defences through up-skilling our domestic workforce and address the critical shortage of skilled cyber security professionals.
Students investigate Australia’s history
Eight students from across Australia have earned a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Anzac Day commemorative services in France and Belgium after being awarded the prestigious Simpson…