Tuesday 26 May: Federal and State Government round-up of press releases and announcements

Federal and State Government round-up of press releases and announcements

NSW: $50 million package for NSW arts and culture: View Here

Thousands of students returning to upgraded schools across NSW: View Here

Beauty and nail services can recommence June 1: View Here

ACT: 20 new footpaths to keep Canberrans working: View Here

VIC: Premier tells Victorians to keep working from until at least the end of June: View Here

Government fast tracks more than $1.2 billion worth of building and development projects: View Here

More than $100 million in Government grants now available to sporting clubs and associations: View Here

QLD: Government providing $10 million to support more than 20,000 international students: View Here

Government partners with film legend Baz Luhrmann’s daughter Lilly to help international students impacted by COVID-19: View Here

All Queensland school students back in the classroom for Term 2: View Here

New resources to guide volunteers and organisations with volunteers during pandemics: View Here

SA: $5 million fund announced to fast-track recovery of nature-based tourism following coronavirus and bushfires: View Here

More than 1,000 people a day visiting Government’s new jobs website targeting unemployed South Australians to take up seasonal agriculture jobs: View Here

WA: $2.9 million to boost local COVID-19-related research projects: View Here

Regional travel restrictions to be lifted as part of WA roadmap: View Here

Support for WA artists through $1.5 million COVID support program: View Here

NT: $50 million Small Business Survival Fund helps more than 1,650 local businesses during coronavirus pandemic: View Here

Government launches ‘Time to be a Territorian’ campaign to boost local tourism: View Here

Government hands out nearly $1 million in grants to support screen industry: View Here

TAS: Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council meets to discuss next steps for recovery: View Here

Government planning for most aggressive construction program in Tasmania’s history: View Here

Tasmania renews focus on testing with mobile testing sites and new targeted testing: View Here

Premier calls for JobKeeper to be extended: View Here

Welcome back to class for Tasmanian students: View Here

Website to help remove age discrimination in the workforce: View Here

More libraries to offer Click & Collect: View Here

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