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Download Text  International review of Australia's energy policies backs Turnbull Government plan
15 February 2018
An In-Depth Review of Australia’s Energy Policies by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has found the National Electricity Market (NEM) is “world leading” while also identifying a number of key challenges facing Australia’s energy markets.The ...
Download Text  Melbourne's Domain Parkland & Memorial Precinct earns permanent place on National Heritage List
11 February 2018
One of Australia’s outstanding government domains and an area which takes in landmarks such as Government House Victoria, the Domain Parklands, Melbourne Observatory and Shrine of Remembrance as well as some of Melbourne’s best known ...
Download Text  CSIRO report confirms more sharks in the west
9 February 2018
CSIRO has released ground-breaking, world-class research that confirms preliminary findings announced in December on great white shark population estimates in Australia, indicating there are more of the species in the west compared to the east.The ...
Download Text  National Food Waste Strategy Steering Committee
9 February 2018
The Coalition Government has taken another step towards halving food waste in Australia by 2030 with the appointment of the steering committee which will support the implementation of the recently announced National Food Waste Strategy ...
Download Text  15 hours of preschool a week for all Kooyong Children
9 February 2018
More than 1,800 children across Kooyong will benefit from a more than $400 million preschool funding boost announced by the Turnbull Government.Kooyong will receive $2.39 million for 1,891 local preschoolers ensuring they have access to 15 hours a week ...
Download Text  Strengthening the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
8 February 2018
The Turnbull Government today passed measures through the Senate to further strengthen the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and ensure it is best-placed to meet the challenges facing the Reef.The Government introduced a bill ...
Download Text  Burke‚Äôs disingenuous double-speak as Labor backtracks on Adani
7 February 2018
After not asking a question on the environment for 566 days, Shadow Environment Minister Tony Burke asked two questions in 48 hours. With the Batman by-election looming, his intention is to distract from Labor’s crab-walk ...
Download Text  Quad-strain meningococcal vaccine available to infants in Kooyong
7 February 2018
To help protect our youngest children in Kooyong from the devastating consequences of meningococcal, the Turnbull Government will add a quad-strain vaccine to the National Immunisation Program (NIP).The new vaccine (Nimenrix) covers against A, C, ...
Download Text  Funding for the future open to places from the past
2 February 2018
Owners and managers of Australia’s places with outstanding historic heritage significance to the nation can now apply for funding to help protect, conserve and raise awareness of the national treasures in their care.Applications are open ...
Download Text  Better outcomes for electricity consumers
2 February 2018
The Turnbull and Berejiklian governments are continuing to take decisive action to deliver lower residential electricity prices for Australian households.Together, we will be asking the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to require that energy retailers ...
Download Text  New school year to start with renewable powered classroom trial
31 January 2018
As Australian students go back to school this week, the Coalition Government, through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), is providing over $350,000 to trial renewable powered classrooms coupled with smart technology in two New ...
Download Text  Funding boost to help cane farmers protect the Reef
30 January 2018
The Coalition Government is continuing to implement water quality improvements in the Great Barrier Reef by providing further funding to help Queensland sugarcane farmers cut nitrogen run-off into Reef catchments.The funding of $2.68 million is ...
Download Text  Antarctica hosts unique Australian citizenship ceremony
26 January 2018
Australia’s Davis research station was host to an Australian citizenship ceremony this week, with a former UK resident becoming only the second person to be conferred Australian citizenship on the icy continent. Terry Barrell received his ...
Download Text  Partnering with Traditional Owners to help the Reef
25 January 2018
The Coalition Government is boosting resources to support increased Traditional Owner involvement in implementing the Reef 2050 Plan with almost $1 million for a consortium of Indigenous and research organisations that will work directly with ...
Download Text  Local drug action applications open for community groups in Kooyong
24 January 2018
The Turnbull Government is continuing to take action to combat the scourge of ice and other illicit drugs with more Local Drug Action Teams set to rollout across Australia.Applications are now open for the third ...
Download Text  Record $12b investment will see RET met in 2020
23 January 2018
The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) has today announced that there will be enough renewable energy projects built over the next three years to meet the Renewable Energy Target in 2020.The CER has previously said that ...
Investing in the future of our Great Barrier Reef
22 January 2018
The Turnbull Government will support world-first research to secure the viability of the Great Barrier Reef and the 64,000 jobs that rely on its prosperity.The $60 million investment will boost the number of vessels targeting ...
Download Text  Australia's natural wonder in never-before-seen detail
19 January 2018
The Australian Government has released the first high-resolution map of the sea floor of the entire Great Barrier Reef.Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan and Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg ...
Download Text  Review of energy efficiency legislation
19 January 2018
The Coalition Government is undertaking the first review of the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 (GEMS Act) which allows the Commonwealth to set uniform, national energy efficiency standards for appliances and equipment.The Act ...
Download Text  Bioregional assessment of Isa Basin
18 January 2018
The Isa Superbasin in Queensland is to be assessed as a potential area for the safe extraction of gas as the Turnbull Government seeks to ensure that Australia can access our plentiful resources in a ...


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