Melbourne, May 7: The Andrews Government is supporting the welfare of 175,000 international students with funding for four new projects through the $4 million International Student Welfare Grants program. Together, the projects will receive $129,000 and will focus on enhancing the welfare and support available to international students in Victoria.
180,000 students were enrolled under the VET FEE-HELP scheme, with more than $1.6 billion in loans, last year Melbourne, May 6: The Andrews Government has welcomed the announcement of a plan to stop the massive waste of taxpayers’ money from the Turnbull Government’s VET-FEE Help debacle. The plan, outlined during
Issuing such politically correct statements for a particular religion mounts the challenge of ‘exclusion’ of other religions, and would most definitely fan the flames of irrational and incoherent thinking writes Ramakrishna VenuGopal Melbourne, April 29: Attorney-General Martin Pakula has taken to social media to call out the “disgraceful stuff” that
Sydney, April 21: At least 60 percent of international students who work in Sydney are being paid below the federally mandated minimum wage of $17.29 per hour, according to a University of Sydney Business School survey. When measured against applicable award rates, the survey found that an even greater number
L-NP 50% cf. ALP 50% as per Roy Morgan poll Government Confidence falls 7pts to 99 – lowest since Turnbull became PM. In mid-April L-NP support is 50% (down 2.5%) cf. ALP 50% (up 2.5%) on a two-party preferred basis following debate about the reintroduction of the ABCC (Australian Building