Australian Labor Party
10:29PM | Wednesday, 28 October 2015 | Labor wants to encourage young Aussies, especially young women, to learn the “language of the future”, announcing it will give $4.5 million in grants for coding programs if elected.
4:20PM | Monday, 30 April 2012 | The reputation of the Federal Labor Government among businesses continues to falter, new figures show, as Prime Minister Julia Gillard attempts to cuts her losses over the Craig Thomson and Peter Slipper controversies.
3:29PM | Friday, 16 March 2012 | The Federal Government may consider introducing a new corporate entity specifically for small businesses, which would give them access to some of the benefits that larger companies enjoy.
3:55PM | Wednesday, 14 March 2012 | Federal Finance Minister Penny Wong is refusing to guarantee the July 1 start date for Labor’s company tax cuts, but Trade Minister Craig Emerson insists the measure will be in the Federal Budget.
2:53PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 | Kevin Rudd’s leadership challenge and the discussion that has been generated by it provide some important lessons for start-ups. BY MICHAEL FOX.
2:04PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 | Labor Senator Mark Arbib has stepped down from his role as Small Business Minister, much to the exasperation of the small business sector, which will now have to deal with its fourth federal representative in five years.
2:29AM | Monday, 27 February 2012 | Julia Gillard has retained her position as prime minister, defeating bitter rival Kevin Rudd 71-31 in a Labor caucus vote, with business groups urging the government to return its focus to “real” issues.
2:15PM | Friday, 24 February 2012 | Leadership tussles may be fascinating, but don't lose sight of what's really important.
2:15PM | Thursday, 23 February 2012 | The business sector must “lift its game” in contributing to the economic policy debate, according to Industry Minister Greg Combet, who has identified opportunities and challenges for business.
2:40PM | Thursday, 23 February 2012 | Whether it’s Kevin or Julia that ends up in charge, it’s time for Australian start-ups to get a fair shake of the sauce bottle. Moving forwards, here is a no-spin 10 point plan to boost the numbers for Australian small business. BY OLIVER MILMAN.