The Hon Tony Burke MP
- Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations
- Minister for the Arts
The Hon Tony Burke MP was sworn in as Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and Minister for the Arts on 1 June 2022.
Content relating to the Arts portfolio can be found on the Ministers for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts site.
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Interview - Greg Jennett, ABC Afternoon Briefing
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECTS: Prime Minister Albanese’s engagement, impact of inflation on wage growth, prioritisation of Australian media on streaming services.
Interview - Sarah Ferguson, ABC 7.30
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECTS: Closing Loopholes laws.
More young Australians advising the Albanese Government
The Albanese Government is working directly with young people on policies and programs that matter to them.
Interview - Dave Marchese, Triple J Hack
E&OE Transcript Subject: Closing Loopholes 2.
Interview - Patricia Karvelas, ABC RN
Subjects: Closing Loopholes 2, Yang Hengjun, Labor’s tax cuts
One year of paid family and domestic violence leave
Today marks one year since the Albanese Labor Government introduced the right for millions of workers to access paid family and domestic violence leave.
Interview - Chris O'Keefe, 2GB Sydney
Subjects: Industrial dispute between DP World and MUA
Press conference, Sydney
Subjects: 2023 a great year for jobs in Australia, DP World dispute, Closing Loopholes, silica.
Interview - Sunrise with Monique Wright
Subjects: Getting wages moving, Closing Loopholes, cost of living, polling.
Interview - 6PR Mornings with Gary Adshead
Subjects: Ban on engineered stone, Closing Loopholes laws, minimum standards for the gig economy, casual conversion.
Service improvement trials for Workforce Australia Online
The Australian Government is undertaking service improvement trials for Workforce Australia Online, to ensure employment services better meet the needs of th
Interview - Aaron Stevens, 4RO Rockhampton
Subjects: Closing Loopholes laws pass Parliament, pay rise for labour hire workers in Central Queensland.