Turnbull to spend more than $1 billion to promote an innovative Australia - The Conversation AU

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Turnbull bets $1.1b on 'ideas boom' - Sky News Australia

Malcolm Turnbull has urged an 'ideas boom' in Australia, where risks are taken to set up the Googles of the future and preschoolers learn computer skills. Tax breaks for risk-taking businesses and a boost in science spending lie at the heart of the ...

Five ways to kickstart the STEM economy in Australia - The Conversation AU

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Great ideas can only 'boom' with both genders: The women's perspective on Malcolm Turnbull's Innovation package - Women's Agenda

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called for an 'ideas boom' while announcing his $1.1 billion innovation package on Monday. But the ideas that emerge can only be so good if just one segment of the population is given access to bringing them to life ...

We can't arrest our way out of ice crisis - Perth Now

In 2014-15, 85kg of amphetamine-type stimulants were stopped at WA borders yet the state remains the highest users of meth in the country. THE pandemic of ice in Australia is akin to the pandemic of crack cocaine in the US, and its usage is the highest ...

Turnbull's scattergun nimbling of Australia is no grand vision - ZDNet

If you browse the website for PM Malcolm Turnbull's first grand policy statement, his so-called Innovation Statement, at innovation.gov.au, you might well get the impression that it was all just a little bit rushed. And if you're looking for a coherent ...

Government to unveil $1b innovation plan - Sky News Australia

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Innovation Minister Christopher Pyne will announce the long-awaited national innovation and science agenda today. The package, to be launched at the CSIRO, will include 20 new measures in a bid to launch an ...

Innovation package just gets us back to square one - The Conversation AU

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Paris, COP21: Australia ignoring energy transition as emissions soar - RenewEconomy

Australia is being put on the spot at the Paris climate talks about its treatment of surplus credits from the Kyoto Protocol, and the fact that it will more than likely meet its short- and mid-term targets without actually reducing its industrial ...

VIDEO: Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull on his $1 billion 'ideas boom' - Business Insider Australia

When Malcolm Turnbull became prime minister three months ago, he flagged innovation, disruption and technology in a digital economy as the cornerstones of his leadership. Today, in his first major policy announcement, “ushering in the ideas boom” to ...

Australia seeks 'ideas boom' with tax breaks, visa boosts - The Express Tribune

SYDNEY: Australia will introduce an entrepreneur visa and offer tax breaks for start-ups, the government said Monday as it tries to unleash an “ideas boom” to move the economy away from dependence on mining. Launching a signature Aus$1.1 billion ...

Innovate or perish: What Turnbull's statement means for Australian research - ABC Online

Turning research into commercial products is a long and complex road with many pitfalls along the way, but this is nevertheless a worthy priority of the Turnbull Government's innovation agenda, writes Alan Duffy. In science, there is a motto, "publish ...

$600m plan to break ice epidemic - dailytelegraph.com.au

The Telegraph photographer Gary Ramage won the 2015 Photo of the Year Walkley Award for this photo of a young ice user being restrained in a Perth hospital. AUSTRALIANS are among the world's biggest users of the drug ice, with the number of those ...

Turnbull to restore CSIRO funding, shake up govt IT procurement - iT News

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will give $90 million back to the cash-strapped CSIRO and make it easier for IT start-ups to do business with the government as part of his $1 billion innovation plan. The announcement is Turnbull's first major economic ...

Australia PM pledges A$1.1 billion to boost flagging innovation - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's government will inject A$1.1 billion (S$1.13 billion) over the next four years to boost innovation and scientific research in Australia. PHOTO: EPA. Comments. Share. Dec 7, 20159:47 AM. [SYDNEY] Prime Minister Malcolm ...

Turnbull turns up the dial on innovation for Australia - ARNnet

The Prime Minister's office has issued an innovation statement, noting a $9.7 billion government investment into research and development across CSIRO, government agencies, the business and higher education sectors. And the industry has welcomed the ...

Go-getters praise PM's $1.1 billion smart move - dailytelegraph.com.au

MALCOLM Turnbull's $1.1 billion “ideas boom” for Australia will teach computer skills to preschoolers and give tax breaks to risk-taking businesses. The Prime Minister's first major policy launch since snatching power in September, which was flagged in ...

$1.1bn innovation package aims to bridge gap between public and private - The Guardian

Getting the bug: Malcolm Turnbull at the discovery centre at the CSIRO in Canberra on Monday after announcing the $1.1bn innovation package. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP. Shalailah Medhora. Monday 7 December 2015 03.22 EST Last modified on ...

Innovation statement: PM Malcolm Turnbull calls for 'ideas boom' as he unveils $1b vision for Australia's future - ABC Online

The Federal Government will spend almost $1.1 billion in the next four years to promote business-based research, development and innovation. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unveiled his much-anticipated Innovation Statement in Canberra on Monday, ...

Tax breaks to kickstart science, innovation jobs - The Advertiser

TAX breaks to encourage start-up companies are central to a major Federal Government announcement on Monday on the future of innovation and science. The Government wants to lure back some of the 20,000 Australians working in California's Silicon ...