Minister for Drought David Littleproud won support through the Ministerial Council for a new working group to try and integrate Commonwealth, State and Territory drought relief programs and report back by February 2020.
Minister for Drought David Littleproud is calling on all states to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with their farmers and regional communities, who have been facing the worst drought on record.
Farms and small businesses in drought affected areas will receive much needed Government support to reduce their energy costs and improve energy efficiency as part of the Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP).
A farming family specialising in Dorper sheep who claim the breed’s ‘extreme adaptability’ is inspiring them to prevail during crippling drought conditions, are set to represent NSW at the 2020 National Landcare Awards.
“Ai Group welcomes reports that the federal government will boost infrastructure spending over the next few years. Extra infrastructure work will create new jobs and will lift demand for the wide range of products and services supplied to the engineering construction industry. These impacts can be expected to multiply through the broader economy. The boost […]
The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the Federal Government’s plan to bring forward of spending on infrastructure projects around the country.
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell says vocational education and training (VET) providers need to engage more with small businesses, amid declining use & satisfaction rates.
It’s now easier for Victorian hunters to find out where they can legally hunt across the state with the release of the Victorian Government’s new electronic hunting maps.
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell is calling on the federal government to make it easier for hard-working Australians’ wages and entitlements to be calculated correctly and paid on time.