Today's National Accounts show that the Australian economy grew by 0.4 per cent in the March quarter to be 1.8 per cent higher through the year. This is within the range of market expectations.
The Morrison Government is providing $10 million to Melbourne’s Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC), helping expand the size of the museum as it increases its educational activities to reach even more Vi
The Morrison Government is investing $9.7 million to expand the Giant Steps Melbourne school and reduce the waiting list for its specialist education for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in V
The Government is pleased to announce that Mr Philip Lindsay has been nominated for appointment as Australia’s Alternate Director to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
The Morrison Government is investing $9.2 million to make a life changing medicine for childhood epilepsy available through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), which will help them to control
The Government is pleased to announce that Ms Karen Payne has been appointed as the full-time Inspector-General of Taxation. Ms Payne has been appointed for a five-year period from 6 May 2019.
Members of the Australian civilian surgical and medical teams who provided medical aid, training and treatment to local Vietnamese people during the Vietnam War will gain access to their Department
Going further by paying unpaid determinations Recommendation 4.11 - Co-operation with AFCA The Coalition Government is providing expanded access to redress for consumers and sma
Australia’s AAA credit rating has been reaffirmed by Standard & Poor’s (S&P) in a strong expression of confidence in the 2019-20 Budget and the Coalition Government’s economic management.
The Coalition Government is pleased to announce the appointments of Dr Catherine de Fontenay, Ms Lisa Gropp and Dr Malcolm Roberts and the reappointment of Mr Paul Lindwall as Commissioners of the
The Coalition Government is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Caron Beaton-Wells as a lay member of the Australian Competition Tribunal for a period of five years.
The Morrison Government has passed through the Parliament a comprehensive package of legislation that will further improve outcomes for superannuation members and enhance the powers of the prudenti
Going further by expanding ASIC powers The Coalition Government has passed legislation through the Parliament to introduce design and distribution obligations for all financial and credit
The Morrison Government is guaranteeing essential services through the 2019-20 Budget with record funding for schools and hospitals while also keeping Australians safe and our borders secure.
The Morrison Government is building a better tax system that rewards hard-working Australians and empowers small and medium-sized businesses to invest, grow and create more jobs.
The 2019-20 Budget is the Morrison Government's next instalment of our plan to build a stronger economy and secure a better future for all Australians.
The budget is back in the black with the Morrison Government delivering the first budget surplus in more than a decade.
The Morrison Government is taking action to help Australians boost their retirement savings by giving them greater flexibility as they near their retirement years.
More than 3.9 million Australians will receive a one-off Energy Assistance Payment to help with their next energy bill and cost of living expenses.
The Morrison Government will invest $20 million through the 2019-20 Budget in a new, innovative program to support people living with epilepsy.