The Morrison Government is providing $50,000 to support the 2019 Australian Reading Hour and help increase awareness of talented Australian authors and illustrators.
The Morrison Government welcomes the release of a new report today on the handling of customer complaints by telco companies to increase transparency and help drive improvements in complaints handling across the sector.
The Morrison Government is investing more than $580,000 to deliver 16 arts projects to locations in regional Australia.
School chaplains will start training to combat cyberbullying so they can better identify and support students who may be the victims of online bullying.
The Morrison Government welcomes NBN Co Limited's announcement that it has exceeded its rollout and activation targets for the 2018–19 financial year, connecting more homes and businesses to the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The Morrison Government is providing over $100,000 to protect two significant Australian cultural objects and preserve them locally for audiences to enjoy.
Australia's role in the Apollo 11 moon landing will now be preserved in history, with the only footage outside of the United States presented to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
The Morrison Government welcomes new research released today that demonstrates a strong connection between the rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) and the upskilling of Australia’s next generation workforce.
The Government today acknowledges the service of John Stanhope AM as Chair of the Board of Australia Post.
Mr Stanhope will step down as Chair following the conclusion of his second term on 21 November 2019.
Major social media companies will take further steps to stop the publication of violent terror content in response to the Morrison Government's social media taskforce to keep Australians safe online.
The Morrison Government is providing almost $40,000 to support this year's upcoming National Indigenous Art Fair in Sydney on 29-30 June.
The Morrison Government welcomes today's announcement of the Federal Court issuing a $2.3 million fine to a company that sold thousands of fake Indigenous ‘style' products.
The Morrison Government will provide more than $1 million to seven organisations dedicated to preserving and promoting Indigenous languages through the Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program.
Audiences in regional Australia will benefit from quality arts and cultural projects thanks to funding of around $628,000 from the Morrison Government through the latest Regional Arts Fund (the Fund) round.