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Sunrise – Seven Network – transcript

Sunrise – Seven Network – transcript

Topics: China military exercises, parliamentary behaviour, cost of living NATALIE BARR This morning, with China beginning a series of military exercises over parts of the sea that Taiwan claims are its territory, the move is seen as payback after the visit of US House...

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Sunrise – Seven Network – transcript

Topics: China military exercises, parliamentary behaviour, cost of living NATALIE BARR This morning, with China beginning a series of military exercises over parts of the sea that Taiwan claims are its territory, the move is seen as payback after the visit of US House...

New research confirms Coalition’s strong record on skills

Data released by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has confirmed the Coalition’s strong record on skills and training, with apprenticeships remaining at record highs in 2021. The latest data from NCVER shows there were 349,235 apprentices...

Sky News – First Edition – transcript

Topics: ADF in aged care; Labor’s secret cuts to manufacturing jobs; Labor’s attack on the ABCC; State of the Environment Report PETER STEFANOVIC: Let's go to Canberra now. Now joining us live is the Deputy Opposition Leader and the Shadow Industry Minister Sussan...

Labor must come clean on secret funding cuts to manufacturers

Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for Industry Sussan Ley is calling on the Albanese Government to rule out tearing up commitments made to Australian manufacturing businesses by the previous government and to honour investments for skills,...

Sunrise – Seven Network – transcript

Subjects: Prime Minister missing in action on Foot and Mouth Disease; Teacher shortages; Ambassador Caroline Kennedy EO&E.................................................................. DAVID KOCH:Well the threat of Foot and Mouth Disease coming to Australia is...

Extra support to help build Murray tourist site

Murray River Council has welcomed $3.7 million in Australian Government funding that will see the delivery of several road and community infrastructure projects across the Council. The support comes from Phase 3 of the Australian Government’s Local Roads and Community...