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Download Text  $4.6 million Innovation Contract enables Hawthorn-based research to develop counter-IED technology
12 December 2017
I am delighted to welcome the announcement Swinburne University in Kooyong will be working in partnership with RingIR Pty Ltd a New South Wales based company, to develop and demonstrate an innovative technology to enhance ...
Download Text  Women's housing facility for Kooyong
11 December 2017
I am delighted to announce the opening of a new high quality housing facility for women in Kooyong thanks to a $300,000 start-up grant from the Turnbull Government.  The new facility which will be ...
Download Text  Experts to advise on best path to deliver affordable and reliable power with Liddell closure
11 December 2017
The Turnbull Government has asked the experts from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) to assess the suitability of a plan put forward by AGL to replace the Liddell Power Station.The referral comes after the ...
Download Text  Announcement of Dr Sally Box as new Threatened Species Commissioner
11 December 2017
The Turnbull Government is pleased appoint Dr Sally Box as Australia’s new Threatened Species Commissioner.The Threatened Species Commissioner champions the implementation of the Threatened Species Strategy and practical conservation actions to recover our most threatened ...
Download Text  Name a spider and discover immortality
10 December 2017
A four millimetre jumping spider, with hipster ginger beard and red hairs on the top of its legs, has been discovered in Queensland – and Australia is being asked to name it.Small in size, but ...
Download Text  On track for 20 million trees by 2020 thanks to $18 million funding boost
8 December 2017
Twenty million trees will be planted across Australia by June 2020 thanks to an $18 million boost from the Coalition Government for 64 new revegetation projects that directly benefit Australian threatened ecological communities and threatened ...
Download Text  Innovative methods to help prevent coral bleaching on the Reef
7 December 2017
World leading innovative methods will be trialled to mix warmer surface water with cooler waters from the deep in an effort to reduce the impacts of thermal stress on the Great Barrier Reef to mitigate ...
Australia joins International Solar Alliance
6 December 2017
Australia’s expertise in solar technologies and research will be shared globally with the formal creation of the International Solar Alliance today.Led by India and France, members of the International Solar Alliance will deepen cooperation on ...
Download Text  New cervical cancer test is great news for women in Kooyong
1 December 2017
From December 1, women in the electorate of Kooyong will benefit from a new and more effective screening test for cervical cancer — it’s more accurate and requires testing less often.The new human papillomavirus (HPV) ...
Download Text  Call for National Heritage List nominations
1 December 2017
Nominations are now open for places of outstanding natural, Indigenous or historic significance to the nation for possible inclusion on our National Heritage List.“Our prestigious National Heritage List celebrates and protects places that reflect our ...
Download Text  New arrangements for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
30 November 2017
The Coalition Government has today released its response to the Independent Review of Governance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, accepting all 24 recommendations to further strengthen the Authority and position it to ...
Download Text  Nurturing baby coral to restore the Reef
26 November 2017
A $600,000 Turnbull Government funded trial is underway on the Great Barrier Reef to identify highly resilient reefs and pilot ‘re-seeding’ to restore coral.“This project contributes to efforts already underway to improve the Reef’s health ...
Download Text  Turnbull Government welcomes progress on the National Energy Guarantee at COAG Energy Council
24 November 2017
The Turnbull Government welcomes the decision by the COAG Energy Council to undertake further design work on the National Energy Guarantee.The Guarantee was recommended by the independent expert Energy Security Board (ESB) and has received ...
Government invests in business case for a second Tasmanian interconnector
24 November 2017
The Turnbull and Hodgman Governments will invest up to $20 million for a business case study for a second Tasmanian interconnector, a project that would cement Tasmania’s position as the battery of the nation and ...
Australian Government to explore new southern Reef research
23 November 2017
The Australian Government is continuing to support the development of sound science to underpin its efforts to preserve and manage the Great Barrier Reef.Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg announced today that, as ...
Download Text  Australian school children take their place in Antarctic history
23 November 2017
A group of Australian school students have made history becoming the first children to fly to and set foot on Antarctica as part of the Australian Antarctic Program.The twelve students, who won a competition to ...
Download Text  Innovative biofuels facility in the Hunter Valley
21 November 2017
The Coalition Government, through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), is providing $11.9 million in funding to Ethanol Technologies Limited (‘Ethtec’) to assist with the completion of their biofuel technology demonstration facility.Australian company Ethtec has ...
Download Text  Coalition cleaned up Labor's mess by putting energy storage on the agenda
20 November 2017
The Turnbull Government put energy storage on the agenda to deliver a more affordable and reliable energy system for Australians after years of reckless neglect by Labor state and federal governments.We are powering forward with ...
Download Text  Delivering on a commitment to reduce Australia's food waste
20 November 2017
The Coalition Government today delivered on its election commitment to develop a National Food Waste Strategy and convene a National Food Waste Summit. The strategy – launched at the inaugural summit in Melbourne – provides ...
Australia and Malaysia working on reef and marine issues
17 November 2017
Australia and Malaysia have signed an agreement to work together on marine conservation issues, including coral reef restoration and techniques to tackle crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks.The Memorandum of Understanding on Marine Biodiversity Conservation and Management was ...

 

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