22 November 2019
A new licensing framework from Standards Australia will give key industries, including building and construction workers, easier access to Australian standards in digital formats.
21 November 2019
Joint media release with Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan MP
Northern Rivers businesses, students and graduates put their fresh ideas to the test today, at the National Innovation Games in Lismore.
21 November 2019
Joint media release with Victorian Senator David Van
The Morrison Government is helping power Australia’s role as a global leader in lithium battery manufacturing with $800,000 provided for a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in regional Victoria.
19 November 2019
The food and grocery manufacturing industry in South East Queensland generated more than $7.5 billion last year, a new economic snapshot has found.
18 November 2019
Technology that brings WiFi to farms in mobile blackspots and smart ear tags which improve traceability of livestock are among a series of projects to receive support from the Morrison Government.
15 November 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will build new industries and transform existing ones, unlock new jobs, and tackle national issues according to a new report released today by the Morrison Government.
14 November 2019
Joint media release with the Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
The Morrison Government is making it easier for small and family businesses to find the services they need to grow, prosper and create new jobs, with a revamped and more user-focused business.gov.au website.
13 November 2019
The Morrison Government is backing Australian small businesses and researchers to grow and create local jobs, with $1.6 million to connect them with global markets.
12 November 2019
Tasmania’s best and brightest will today explore creative solutions to help local micro-businesses grow and create jobs, as part of the next National Innovation Games.
9 November 2019
Joint media release with Minister for Agriculture Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie and Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction and Member for Hume the Hon Angus Taylor MP
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO today opened its new $11.5 million agriculture research station in southern NSW, purpose-built to future proof the agriculture industry.