New guidelines have been released for the Australian Government’s $60 million wage subsidy trial in a bid to encourage employers in regional and rural communities to engage more apprentices.
The Morrison Government will support our older Australians and our ageing population in Wannon with a $185 million medical research package focused on ageing, aged care and dementia.
This week’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook confirm the strength of the Australian economy and that the budget will return to surplus.
Senior Australians living in Wannon will receive more support, thanks to a half-billion dollar aged care funding boost by the Morrison Government, including the release of 10,000 high-level home care packages within weeks.
Local journalism in Wannon has been given a boost with the announcement that WD Newspapers has been awarded a grant in the first round of the Morrison Government’s Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund.
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan is encouraging students in Wannon who are planning to study or start an Australian Apprenticeship in 2019 to plan ahead and lodge their claim for Youth Allowance or Austudy now.
Over half a million Australians are getting a better deal on their energy prices thanks to pressure from the Morrison Government on the big energy companies to put customers first.
Employers on the Victorian south-west coast have been given a boost, with a new visa agreement between the Commonwealth and Warrnambool City Council set to attract skilled workers to the region.
Mr Tehan said Places of Pride reminds Australians that, irrespective of distance, the stories told at the Australian War Memorial are those of our communities across the length and breadth of the country.
The release of the 2018 Regional Telecommunications Review reinforces the Morrison government’s strategy to invest in telecommunications to build a stronger regional economy and help create jobs.