The Australian Government will provide additional funding to more than 20 community-based Indigenous language centres across Australia.
Subjects: Social media laws, Christmas Island, ISIS Soldiers returning to Australia.
Australia is leading the world with tough new laws targeting social media platforms which allow the live streaming and broadcast of violent crimes passing the Federal Parliament.
It was with great sadness that yesterday I learned of the passing of Peter Coleman AO.
The Government will provide $22 million in new funding to the Bundanon Trust over the next 3 years to deliver its Masterplan development. This is in addition to the $8.6 million committed by the NSW Government for the project.
The Morrison Government will legislate tough new laws to prevent the weaponising of social media platforms and to protect Australians from the live-streaming of violent crimes, such as the Christchurch terror attack.
The Morrison Government has committed $30.9 million in new funding for more live music and to create more opportunities for Australia’s artists to compete in a global industry.
The Government has appointed Mr Mario D’Orazio as a non-executive Director of the Board of Australia Post for a three year term.
Interview about regulation of social media platforms.
The Morrison Government has appointed Ms Deborah Mailman AM as a part-time member of the Screen Australia Board for a term of three years.
The Australian Government welcomed the return of 37 South Australian ancestral remains from the Natural History Museum in London at a handover ceremony yesterday.
Interview about Social Media summit
The Australian Government is providing $80,000 to help the Griffin Theatre Company celebrate the 50th anniversary of its iconic venue the SBW Stables Theatre.
The Morrison Government will introduce tougher penalties to protect Australians’ online privacy.
The Morrison Government has appointed Ms Tina Arena AM and Mr Mario D’Orazio as members of the Australia Council Board for three year terms, and reappointed the Deputy Chair, Ms Lee Ann Tjunypa Buckskin, and board members Mr Leigh Carmichael and Ms Zoe McKenzie. Mr Khoa Do, Ms Sophie Mitchell, Ms Christine Simpson Stokes and Ms Rebecca Weisser were also recently reappointed.