More than 300 women from across 43 sports will be directly involved in the 2019 Women Leaders in Sport program, with successful applicants announced today by Minister for Sport Bridget McKenzie and Minister for Women Kelly O’Dwyer.
Australia will host two World Cups in 2020, following the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) announcement to rename the ICC World T20 as the ICC T20 World Cup.
The Minister for Regional Services, Bridget McKenzie visited a strawberry farm in regional Victoria to announce details of a $650,000 assistance package to help maintain and restore consumer confidence in the safety and quality of Australia’s fresh produce.
The critical challenge of getting more medical specialists out into regional Australia will be the focus of the first ever summit on this issue, chaired by the Minister for Regional Services Bridget McKenzie.
Organisations are urged to apply for a new funding round to put more Local Drug Action Teams (LDAT) on the ground in communities across Australia.
The Minister for Sport Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie welcomed the announcement that the Invictus Games legacy will live on in Australia, with the establishment of a dedicated service veterans sporting event led by RSL Australia and RSL NSW.
Minister for Sport Bridget McKenzie has announced a $50 million boost in high performance sport investment over the next two years as Australia builds towards the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Minister for Sport, Senator The Hon Bridget McKenzie has welcomed the opening of the Invictus Games in Sydney, with seventy two proud Australian current and former military personnel ready to compete in eleven sports over the next eight days.
Senator for Victoria Bridget McKenzie has announced that the Australian Government has commissioned the first ever nation-wide report into the benefits of recreational shooting to Australia.
Australia’s high-quality, world-recognised food producers need to be protected from the increasing threat of ‘fake’ foods being marketed as real food.
The Minister for Sport, Senator Bridget McKenzie, has warmly congratulated new inductees and award winners announced at the Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s annual dinner.
Increasing the health and wellbeing of senior Australians by keeping them active and involved is the aim of a new $22.9 million grants program now available to national sporting organisations and physical activity providers.
Statement from Minister for Regional Services, Senator Bridget McKenzie, regarding the incidents of needles being found in strawberries.
Australia’s remote rural health workforce will receive additional training, support and professional services, thanks to a $13.7 million grant to CRANAplus from the Federal Government.
Australia is in the running to host the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup, with an official bid to be submitted to World Rugby on 10 August 2018.
The Australian Government is calling for applications for the Women Leaders in Sport program, which assists females involved in sport with grants and leadership development.
Australia will be host to amazing feats of athleticism as the 2018 Wheelchair Rugby World Championship gets underway in Sydney.
Sporting communities big and small will benefit from a $29.7 million sports infrastructure grants program launched on 2 August 2018.
The Australian Government has released the Review of Australia’s Sports Integrity Arrangements.
The Australian Government has unveiled Sport 2030, a comprehensive plan to reshape the face of Australian sport and build a healthier, more physically active nation.