Latest Morrison Government News

Arts sector in Queensland set to RISE
Recycling Modernisation Grants program opens
Ministerial appointment Trade, Tourism and Investment
Steel cutting marks major milestone for Hunter Class Frigate Program
Panel established to create pathways to get young Australians into jobs
Simplified working from home deductions extended until end of 2020-21 income year
Information sharing motoring ahead
Support for school leavers
Unions slam Qantas over Jobkeeper rip-off appeal decision
$172.5 million funding top up to support Australian medical research
Evidence-informed education to improve student outcomes
ABS labour force figures for November
MYEFO confirms mining’s significance to Australia’s economic recovery
Additional targeted support for students and families
Preparing Australians for COVID-19 vaccination roll-out
Lights to shine at National Gallery
Appointments to Reserve Bank of Australia Board
Extra Environmental Bushfire Recovery Funding for South-East Queensland
Ararat partnership to boost agriculture in Wannon
Northern Road and Bringelly Road Upgrade opens to traffic
$10.4 m boost for Casey’s local roads and community infrastructure projects
Defence and resource industry to coexist at Greenvale Training Area
Getting a better deal for Australia from business and investment visas
Office of Special Investigator
Still no Federal Government plan for aged care crisis
Homebuilder drives new home sales to decade high
Boost for Great Barrier Reef tourism operators
Enhancing protections for journalists and public sector whistle-blowers
More accurate location data for Triple Zero
Skills and Training Incentives for Mature Aged Workers
Record investment in home care packages continues
10,000 extra home care packages in MYEFO is great news for older Australians, who are Safer at Home
States and Territories follow Morrison Government’s lead on Aussie shipbuilding jobs
Transformation of northern suburbs road network continues
Scant detail on Marinus Link still fails to clarify crucial questions – how will it be paid for
Funding boost for big Ideas
More equitable treatment for student teachers
Easing congestion on South Eastern Freeway
Easing regulatory burden on charities
Energy and emissions reduction deal with Tasmania
Major road, footpath and facilities upgrades to begin
$300 million for improvement of health for all Australians
National Redress Scheme increases access for survivors
Third annual progress report on implementation of Child Abuse Royal Commission’s recommendations
Helping small businesses reduce their power bills
Grants to strengthen youth advocacy across Australia
Support for Burnett River Catchment landholders
$300,000 for Turtle Nest Cooling Trial at Mon Repos