The Australian Government welcomes the return of 53 Australian Indigenous ancestors from five collecting institutions in Germany this month. This will be the largest number of ancestors returned from Germany to date.
The Morrison Government has appointed Ms Sally Ryan as Deputy Director of the Classification Board for a two year term and Ms Rachel Merton as a Member for three years.
The Australian Government has appointed Dr Ian Watt AC and Mr John Longley AM, and reappointed Justice Sarah Derrington and Mr John Mullen, as part-time members of the Australian National Maritime Museum Council for three year terms.
Today, Labor admitted the NBN technology debate of the last 6 years was just about politics.
The Morrison Government today marks 10 years since the establishment of NBN with 99% of premises now in design, construction or able to order a service.
The Australian Government has appointed Mr Darren Rudd as a part-time member of the Australia Council Board for a three year term.
The Australian Government has appointed Mr Stephen Byron and reappointed Ms Maureen Plavsic as part-time members of the National Museum of Australia Council for three year terms.
The Australian Government has appointed Mr John Barrington AM and Adjunct Professor the Honourable Chris Pearce and reappointed Professor Susan Street AO as directors of the Creative Partnerships Australia Board, for three year terms.
The Australian Government has appointed Mr Shane Simpson AM, Ms Rosalie Rotolo-Hassan, Dr Bennie Ng and Mr Richard Price, and reappointed Professor Kent Anderson, Ms Janet Hirst, Mr Douglas Snedden and Ms Alice Wong to the Council of the National Library of Australia for three year terms.
The Liberal and Nationals Government’s highly successful Mobile Black Spot Program is getting ready to expand mobile coverage to more communities in regional and remote areas with applications now open for Round 5.
Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield is encouraging regional publishers to apply for their share of $12.4 million in funding to help drive public interest journalism and adapt to the challenges facing the contemporary media environment.
The filming of a major new Marvel Studios movie will take place in NSW later this year thanks to a $24 million injection from the Morrison Government.