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Australian Government will increase incentive payments for businesses and apprentices in skills shortage occupations.

POSTED ON 03/04/19 IN Following the recent Federal Budget announcement by the Treasurer, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP, the Government will commit over $525 million to ensure Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector delivers critical skills for our future. From 1 July 2019, the Government will increase incentive payments for businesses and apprentices in …

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International students will no longer face a cap on working hours for hospitality and tourism jobs

International students will have a cap imposed on their working hours lifted if they are employed in hospitality and tourism, marking a significant change for many who rely on these jobs. There are around 300,000 students in Australia who face the 40-hour fortnightly limit on their working hours while they are studying, according to government …

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Universities Australia chief executive Catriona Jackson answers your questions

From reopening campuses for face-to-face learning to managing the return of international students, amid an expected $3 billion to $4.6 billion decline in revenue, Australia’s universities have some big challenges ahead as they emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown. Universities Australia has predicted about 21,000 jobs could be lost in the sector and has already put …

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Coronavirus numbers in NSW continue to decline, just one new infection recorded

Health authorities in NSW have closed a school after a seven-year-old student tested positive for coronavirus as the Premier declared all children could be back in classrooms full-time by the end of May. Key points: There are now 3,033 confirmed COVID-19 cases in NSW Authorities warned cases may increase when students return to classrooms next …

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More than one million Australians download COVIDSafe contact tracing app

The initial takeup of a mobile phone app authorities hope will improve the tracing of COVID-19 cases has been strong, the government says. More than one million Australians have downloaded the COVID-19 tracer app, which aims to help health officials identify people who may have come into contact with someone with the disease. As of …

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NSW records just two new coronavirus cases but lockdown restrictions to stay

NSW has recorded just two new cases of COVID-19 from 4400 tests and neither were contracted in the community, taking the state total to 3004 with 36 deaths. SW has recorded its lowest daily rise in COVID-19 cases in more than seven weeks, with authorities begging residents to not become complacent in their social behaviour. …

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What will happen in Australia if the coronavirus outbreak becomes a pandemic?

The coronavirus may soon turn into a pandemic. SBS News looks at what that means for Australia. On Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that that coronavirus has “pandemic potential” and all countries should prepare accordingly. While the number of COVID-19 cases in Australia remains low, the government has plans in place if infections …

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Scott Morrison extends China travel ban for another week

Scott Morrison has extended the China travel ban which was due to end on Saturday. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has extended a travel ban preventing Chinese visitors from entering Australia amid coronavirus fears. The 14-day ban was due to end on Saturday but will now be in place for another week. Mr Morrison made the …

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Australia has become over-reliant on temporary migrants, Kristina Keneally warns

Labor’s home affairs spokesperson will use a speech in Melbourne to argue against allowing temporary migrant numbers in Australia to surge. Australia is relying too heavily on temporary migrants to bolster the workforce at the expense of permanent immigrants, Labor’s spokesperson for home affairs will warn during a speech on Thursday night. Presenting the annual …

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