Australia’s first and largest interactive science centre tomorrow celebrates 25 years and more than nine million visitors since opening in 1988.
The Hon Ian Macfarlane MP was sworn in as Minister for Industry and Science on 23 December 2014.
The Australian Government has made significant progress on establishing a ‘one-stop-shop’ environmental approval process for offshore petroleum and greenhouse gas storage activities with the release today of two draft reports for public comment.
Exceptional achievements and excellence across the vocational education and training sector were recognised at the 20th annual Australian Training Awards in Perth on Friday evening.
Minister for Industry, Ian Macfarlane, congratulated eight of the country’s best innovators for winning their categories at the third annual The Australian Innovation Challenge, and said the overall winner’s idea will save many lives.
The Government is disappointed with Rio Tinto’s decision to suspend alumina production at the Gove refinery in the Northern Territory, but will act to support the community of Nhulunbuy during this difficult time.
The Minister for Industry, Ian Macfarlane, has formed a high-level panel to advise the Government on assistance to SPC Ardmona.
The Australian Government will deliver a new framework for national energy and resources policy that is clear, consistent and stable.
Small businesses in the textile, clothing and footwear sector can apply for grants of up to $50,000 from today to help them transform their business so they can thrive and compete at home and abroa
The Australian Government has suspended processing operations at the Ranger Uranium Mine (Ranger) in the Northern Territory following an incident involving the failure of a leach tank on Saturday 7
The new Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre will play a critical role in improved understanding of risks posed by natural hazards