The Turnbull Government will make a further significant investment in research and Australian jobs.
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash was sworn in as Minister for Jobs and Innovation on 20 December 2017.
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The Turnbull Government will establish the first Australian Space Agency, helping our businesses win a greater share of the multi-billion dollar global space market and establishing a new industry with the potential to create 20,000 jobs.
The Turnbull Government is investing in a stronger economy by backing business to create more and better paying jobs across Australia.
We need our small and medium enterprises to be fast adopters of technology in order to stay globally competitive and grow.
The Government is supporting these businesses by reducing taxes for small and medium enterprises and targeting incentives to promote research, development and new technology.
A new $1.6 billion offshore gas project, granted Major Project Status by the Australian Government, will create jobs and boost the economy in Australia.
One of Australia's most significant oil and gas projects has been granted renewed Major Project Status by the Australian Government to help meet its regulatory approvals.
Members of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Industry and Skills Council met today to further accelerate their joint work to encourage jobs and economic growth and enable an innovative economy that can adapt to technological change.
A new mine project in Broken Hill, with the potential to create 1700 jobs, will be assisted by the Turnbull Government to meet its state and federal regulatory approvals.
Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Senator Michaelia Cash has today launched Phase Two of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), a world-leading low‑frequency radio telescope located in the Murchison Radio Quiet Zone, in Western Australia, designed to examine the origins of the universe.
Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, was interviewed on Gippsland FM Radio about the Latrobe Valley brown coal to hydrogen project.
The Turnbull Government is encouraging Australians to make more informed decisions about their health care through digital technologies.