Have you considered going back to study as an adult? I did and it was a rewarding experience. Check out more by getting involved with Adult Learners Week from 1-8 September
The Turnbull Government is encouraging local sporting groups to consider projects that would help build participation in physical activity, community partnerships and inclusiveness.
Sporting facilities are vital not only for inspiring physical activity and health but also for building community spirit and pride.
Applications for grants to upgrade sporting infrastructure are open until 14 September 2018. More information can be found at:
Senator Gichuhi responds to a line from an article titled “MP deserts Hanson to back tax cuts” featured in The Australian today .
Senator Gichuhi's special Mothers' Day message, which she hopes will encourage you.
South Australian Senators Lucy Gichuhi, Anne Ruston, Simon Birmingham and David Fawcett met with the Prime Minister to discuss SA issues and how the Budget will help the State
Australia is disappointed that the United States has announced its withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that places restrictions and limits on Iran’s nuclear program.
Senator Lucy raised a question on how the Gonski plan will achieve excellence in the Australian school system.
Would the Minister advise the Senate about what the ‘Review to Achieve Excellence in Australian Schools’, led by Mr David Gonski AC, found in relation to Australia’s school performance?
Can the Minister inform the Senate about the Turnbull Government’s response to the Review?
Would the Minister please inform the Senate about the comments of key education stakeholders and the states and territories on the Review, and the Government’s response to them?
To see Senator Lucy's questions and Minister Birmingham's responses, watch video provided.
Senator Lucy represented the Prime Minister at the Coral Sea Commemoration Service and laid a wreath in memory of the men and women who fought and gave their lives to protect Australia from invasion. The service was held at Australian American Association of South Australia memorial in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, Sunday 6 May 2018
In May 1942, the Battle Of the Coral Sea was fought in between the coast of Australia, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. The battle was the first large naval conflict close to Australian shores and resulted in a victory for the combined Australian and United States naval forces.
Senator Lucy, Neil Andrew (Chairman of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority), Di Davidson (Board Member of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority) and visiting Kenyan Senator Ledama Olekina discussed ways that the Australian water conservation experience could help save the Maasai Mara.
Senator Olekina is visiting Australia from Narok County, Kenya, which manages the Maasai Mara game reserve. He is particularly interested in water management methods. The Australian experience in water management is important in playing a role to help other countries manage their own valuable water resources.