Federal Industry Minister, Ian Macfarlane, says discussions about the future of GM Holden in Australia have been very positive.
The Hon Ian Macfarlane MP was sworn in as Minister for Industry and Science on 23 December 2014.
Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane says visits to Toyota Australia and Ford Australia today have provided him with valuable insights into the issues facing Australia’s automotive industry.
Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane outlined the Government’s plan to boost productivity and reduce the burden of regulation for the energy sector at the Energy Users Association of Australia national conference.
New offshore petroleum exploration promises $580 million over the next three years following the granting of exploration permits.
The Australian Government has taken an important step towards ensuring a ‘one-stop-shop’ approval process for offshore petroleum activities in Commonwealth waters.
Our Galaxy is fluttering like a flag, with chaotic wave patterns running through it.
The Government has tasked the Productivity Commission to examine the best way that the Australian Government and Australian economy can ensure the ongoing viability of the automotive industry.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill should decide whether his interest in the Australian automotive industry is to ensure long-term sustainability and jobs, or whether his interest is only for short-term political gain in the lead up to the state election.
The Prime Minister’s Prizes recognise and celebrate the accomplishments of Australian science and Australian scientists.
Tasmania’s economic rebuilding will be helped by the creation of at least 14 jobs and thousands of tourists thanks to new upmarket wilderness and gourmet food cruises to Bruny Island, launched toda