Disaster-hit communities will be back on their feet faster, with the Government introducing legislation for a new $4 billion future fund.
Member for Maranoa, David Littleproud has welcomed new laws that will protect farming families from activist invasions.
Boat Ramp fees have been scrapped for boaters using Kananook Creek and Olivers Hill boat ramps in Frankston, giving Victorians even more reasons to celebrate the start of the boating and fishing season.
The Australian Government is collaborating with Australian businesses to unlock the value of satellites to help farmers get the most from their land and plan for the future.
Disaster assistance is now available for communities in the Armidale, Clarence Valley, Glen Innes, Inverell, Tenterfield, Uralla and Walcha Local Government Areas that have been affected by bushfires since 31 August 2019.
Work is underway to protect native fish in the Darling River this summer with an early warning system and special fish refuges.
The Federal Government released the March 2019 Quarterly Update of Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory.
Australia’s building ministers must continue the momentum on building regulation compliance and enforcement to deliver better outcomes for property owners and tenants.
The COAG meeting of state and territory leaders with the Prime Minister presents a golden opportunity to bring the VET sector back into the frame of Australia’s education system. Vocational education and trade training must receive the same recognition as other education pathways.
In February 2019 the Australian Government asked the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to crack down on sneaky late payment fees charged by energy retailers to both electricity and gas customers who have failed to meet discount conditions.