Dump Protectionism – Support Australian Jobs

JOINT MEDIA RELEASE: MINISTER CASH; MINISTER CIOBO; ASSISTANT MINISTER SESELJA Australia has achieved a world-record 26 consecutive years of economic growth due to the fact we have embraced policies that encourage free trade. These policies have created thousands of jobs for Australians, and the story continues with record jobs growth…

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Canberrans Benefiting from Work for the Dole

The Labor Party must commit to Work for the Dole. Their continued suggestions that a Labor government will scrap this program and prevent thousands of Australians from improving their chances of getting a job are alarming. Work for the Dole is a vital part of the Coalition Government’s commitment to…

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Language learning for preschoolers in the ACT

Around 1860 children at 42 preschools in the ACT will be given the opportunity to learn a second language this year, thanks to the Turnbull Government’s Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) program. Senator for the ACT said it was encouraging to see to see so many Canberra preschools taking part…

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Upgrades start on six ACT ‘black spots’

 Upgrades worth $860,000 start under Australian Government’s Black Spot Program  Works to include improved line markings, speed humps and upgraded signage  All projects due for completion by mid-2018 Works are underway on road safety upgrades at six locations across the ACT under the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program. Senator for…

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Physics in footy and Indigenous astronomy activities amongst National Science Week Grant recipients

Hospitals, art galleries and sports stadiums are amongst the more unusual locations set to come alive with science during this year’s National Science Week, thanks to over $600,000 in Australian Government grants announced today. The 2018 National Science Week Grants will provide funding for science engagement activities, events, and competitions…

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Working Together for the Future – Science Meets Parliament

Our scientists, researchers and innovators are at the forefront of our changing economy – the relationship between scientists and lawmakers is critical to Australia’s future prosperity. The 20th annual Science meets Parliament brings more than 200 scientists, technologists and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals to Parliament House in…

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