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Digital labelling pilot for authentic Indigenous products

13 June 2018 The Australian Government is taking action in the fight against inauthentic Indigenous art through a $150,000 pilot to test digital codes to label authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander products. The pilot will be conducted by Desart who will work with the Copyright Age...

Appointment of Director of the Classification Board

12 June 2018The Turnbull Government has appointed Ms Margaret Anderson as Director of the Classification Board (the Board) for a two year term. Ms Anderson has 30 years’ experience in government and non-government organisations having worked in a range of sectors including legal services, correctio...

JOINT RELEASE - Minister for Small and Family Business & Tony Pasin MP - NBN brings new jobs to Mount Gambier

8 June 2018The Turnbull Government’s National Broadband Network (NBN) is set to deliver a business and digital jobs boom in the Mount Gambier region, according to new research released by NBN Co Limited (nbn) today.The Mount Gambier Business Growth Opportunities report was compiled by the Regional A...

Australia Film Television and Radio School Council appointment

 4 June 2018 The Turnbull Government has appointed Mr Peter Tonagh as a member of the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) Council for three years. Mr Tonagh has extensive experience in broadcasting and media and is currently the non-Executive Chairman of Bus Stop Films Limited...

Community television broadcasters granted two year licence extension

1 June 2018   The Turnbull Government will provide community television (CTV) broadcasters in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with a further two years of terrestrial broadcasting to assist their transition to online streaming.   The decision has been taken following advocacy...

Return of traditional tribal skulls to Indonesia

30 May 2018 The Australian Government has returned four culturally significant tribal skulls to the Indonesian Government at an event this afternoon in Canberra. The valuable artefacts were handed over by Australian Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield, to the Ambassador of the Rep...

$1 million to National Collecting Institutions to take exhibitions across regional Australia

29 May 2018 The Turnbull Government has announced $1 million for the National Collecting Institutions to develop and tour 15 exhibitions in 2018-19. The National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach (NCITO) funding will allow the institutions to take a range of arts and culture ex...

Appointment of new directors to the ABC and SBS Boards

11 May 2018 The Turnbull Government has appointed Mr Joseph Gersh AM to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Board and Mrs Christine Zeitz to the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Board as non-executive directors for a period of five years. Both appointees bring exceptional skills, ...

Strengthening Australia's connectivity, creativity and cultural heritage

8 May 2018 The Turnbull Government will introduce important new initiatives to keep Australians safe online by countering cyber-bullying and image based abuse. This is a key part of a $237.1 million investment in strengthening Australia’s connectivity, creativity and cultural heritage.   S...

JOINT RELEASE - Minister for Foreign Affairs, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Trade, Tourism & Investment - $140M boost for Australian film jobs

4 May 2018 Australia’s film and creative industry will continue to boom under the Turnbull Government’s Location Incentive which will attract international blockbusters to be made on Australian soil.The $140 million Location Incentive will be delivered over four years from 2019-20 and will brin...

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