The Hon Anthony Albanese MP
- Prime Minister
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Media conference - Meadowbank Applied Institute of TAFE, NSW
Subjects: Fee-Free TAFE; Niagara Falls incident; Visa provisions to Palestinians and Israelis; Infrastructure spending; Energy prices; inflation; oil prices.
Media conference - Canberra Institute of Technology campus, Fyshwick
Subjects: National Skills Agreement; Fee-Free TAFE; Hamas-Israel Conflict; Voice to Parliament Referendum E&OE
Landmark National Skills Agreement to unlock billions
Last night's National Cabinet agreed to unlock billions of dollars to build Australian skills and prosperity.
Albanese government's Fee-Free TAFE blitz smashes target six months early
The Albanese Government’s plan to train, retrain or upskill Australians and tackle skills shortages is a raging success with all 180,000 Fee-Free places filled within six months.
Doorstop interview, Melbourne
Subjects: Fee-free TAFE; Aston by-election; Skills and training; Housing; NSW election; Referendum to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…
Securing the future in the Illawarra
The Albanese Government is delivering on a commitment to build the skills and capabilities to take advantage of Australia’s transition to a clean energy future with a $10 million investment at the…
Doorstop – Perth
I'm Patrick Gorman, the Federal Member for Perth. And it is wonderful to have not just the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, here in Perth, but also have the Minister Brendan O'Connor,…
Government delivers on expanding the Pacific workforce - six months early
The Albanese Government has reached a major milestone – six months ahead of schedule – with more than 35,000 Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) workers now in Australia.
Delivering secure jobs and better pay
The Albanese Labor Government has delivered on the next step of its plan to lift wages, improve job security and start closing the gender pay gap.
Bigger payslips for Australian workers
More than 400,000 low-paid workers in key industries will take home a bigger pay slip from today, thanks to a 4.6 per cent increase to minimum wages under their awards.
2022 Skills Priority List almost doubles occupations with skills shortages
The number of occupations suffering skills shortages has nearly doubled in the past year according to the National Skills Commission’s (NSC) 2022 Skills Priority list, released today.
National Skills Week kicks off
National Skills Week is an opportunity to celebrate Australia’s diverse skills set, but comes at a time when our nation is in the grip of a skills crisis.