Interview – ABC Radio AM with Kim Landers

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry, critical minerals, rare earths E&OE Kim Landers: Well the Prime Minister has also used his trip to the US to announce $150 million to help the Australian Space Agency and local businesses be part of NASA’s bid to return astronauts to the moon within five years and…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Weekend Today

Topics: $150 million investment in Australian space sector to join NASA for Moon to Mars mission. E&OE: Allison Langdon: Well, prepare for lift-off. The Prime Minister has had space on the brain during his visit with Donald Trump, announcing a $150 million investment into local businesses and new technologies to support NASA missions. David Campbell: Yes, for…

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TRANSCRIPT Doorstop – Gold Coast

Topics: $150 million investment in Australian space sector to join NASA for Moon to Mars mission & Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child E&OE: Karen Andrews: What a great day for Australian space. Overnight the Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the Federal Government was going to be committing an additional $150 million to grow…

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National Science Week Grants call for 2020 vision

Have you got an idea for an exciting event or creative project about the wonders of science? The Morrison Government wants you to apply for a 2020 National Science Week grant. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said grants of between $2,000 and $20,000 are available for innovative ideas, events and projects that…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sky News The Kenny Report

Topics: Flammable cladding, union legislation, economic growth, energy costs E&OE Chris Kenny: Now a slowing economy and high electricity prices is just two of the big problems confronting Australian industry at the moment and they’re probably linked of course with flammable cladding and unsafe high rise buildings. Our construction industry crisis and the Government is…

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Construction begins on Gold Coast’s newest Special Assistance School

Ground-breaking work has begun on the Gold Coast’s newest Special Assistance School, Arcadia College in Robina. The $11.4 million private education facility is an expansion of the secondary school’s Varsity Lakes campus, and will be located at Centreline Place in Robina. Federal Member for McPherson, Karen Andrews MP, said the new 3,000sqm building will increase…

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Game on for National Innovation Games

The Morrison Government is helping small businesses to grow and create more jobs, with the launch of the National Innovation Games on the Gold Coast today. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said ten teams of businesses, students and graduates will put their minds to the test in the competition, which fosters creative…

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Delivering a fair and competitive car retailing sector

The Morrison Government will reform the new car retailing sector, to make the system fairer for consumers, dealers and manufacturers.   Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said a range of reforms to automotive franchising arrangements will be considered, after a recent public consultation.  “We have heard the concerns of those within the sector…

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