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The aim of the National Plan is to take Australian schools into the top five in the world.
New penalties will soon apply for employing, contracting or referring non-citizens who are not allowed to work in Australia.
The Child Care Rebate is not income tested. It pays up to 50 per cent of child care costs, up to $7500 per child per year.
Smoking kills, everybody knows that. But what you really should consider is how smoking kills. Stop before the suffering starts.
Make age an advantage. Call Experience Plus 13 17 64 to find out if you qualify.
Superannuation is getting better to help all Australians save for their future. Find out how you’ll benefit from the improvements to super.
As the final step in Australia’s move to digital-only TV, some channels will change frequencies. After they’ve changed, you’ll need to retune your digital TV equipment to keep watching TV.
When it comes to young people and respectful relationships, sometimes things can be a bit blurry.
Find out more about relationship issues that don't always have an obvious answer.
The law has changed for people coming by boat to Australia. Tell your family—don’t risk being sorry.
A payment to help eligible families and students with the cost of primary and secondary school education.
Supporting dads or partners to take time off work to bond with their baby, share experiences as a family and support mums after the birth or adoption of their child.
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$1.2 billion in programs provide incentives for business to reduce emissions and invest in clean energy.
Helping millions of Australians that need help the most with ongoing assistance and tax cuts.
The NBN will give all Australian homes and businesses access to high-speed, reliable broadband.
Find out more about life in the Australian Defence Force or about Army, Navy and Air Force careers.
Between 2010 and 2013, analog free-to-air TV signals are being switched off and replaced with digital only signals.
Get the most out of your trip. Register your travel plans, get travel advice updates and ensure yourself and your belongings.