The 2017 Federal Budget is here. If you're a tech-head — if you care about the NBN, if you're interested in science and technology innovation — here's everything you need to know.
This article was originally published on May 9 at 7:30PM.
Teaching your kid to drive any time soon? Thinking of getting your own licence? Well, you're in luck. the Federal Government has $16 million worth of free driving lessons for you.
In the 2017-18 Federal Government, the government is making $110 million of its $1.6 billion of spending available to kickstart private investment in a solar thermal plant in Port Augusta in South Australia.
As a part of the Federal Government's "Closing the Gap" program, $5.9 million has been allocated for a trial using apps to improve literacy and numeracy outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
If you're a small business owner, the 2017 Federal Budget has one very useful inclusion for you. the continuation of a $20,000 instant asset write-off for equipment expenses.
In the 2017 Federal Budget, handed down this evening, there is $0.7 million allocated over a two year period to create a National Fire Danger Rating System.
High–speed broadband "at affordable prices" and the continuation of the Mobile Black Spot Program are some of the plans for rural and regional Australia revealed in the 2017 Federal Budget, announced by Treasurer Scott Morrison tonight.
The 2017-18 budget will save the government $632 million in welfare payments, in part thanks to tough new rules that will target and penalise Centrelink recipients that are affected by drugs and alcohol.
As part of its push to foster innovation and fintech startup businesses in Australia, the government's 2017 Federal Budget will cut the GST for purchases of digital currency, allowing Bitcoin to be treated just like plain Australian dollars.
In tonight's Federal budget announcement, Treasurer Scott Morrison announced $37 million would be allocated for "energy infrastructure" in South Australia.
The 2017-18 Federal Budget just unveiled in Australia's parliament includes a huge splash of cash to improve the quality of rail throughout Australia, pushing for standardisation and new projects in urban and regional areas, and to upgrade existing freight rail throughout the country — including an inland link between Brisbane and Melbourne.
In tonight's 2017 Federal budget speech, Treasurer Scott Morrison announced the government's intention to expand on plans already revealed regarding the Snowy Hydro Scheme.
The 2017-2018 Australian Government Budget was handed down tonight, and you can watch it here right now - or read it here. Here's every word of Scott Morrison's speech.
Tonight's the night. at 7.30PM (AEST), the Treasurer will hand down the 2017-18 Federal Budget in Australia's parliament. Here's how you can keep track of all the big ticket announcements as they're released — including the ones that actually matter to you.