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Ministers of the Education and Training Portfolio on publication date of 18th December 2018 with approval on 27th November 2018

18th December 2018 - 25th January 2019
Official portrait of Dan Tehan
Member for Wannon Dan Tehan
Minister for Education

The Education and Training Portfolio oversees 6 agencies in the 2018-19 budget

Agency2018-19 budget
1 Department of Education and Training$40,511,280,000
2 Australian Research Council$774,070,000
3 Australian Skills Quality Authority (National Vocational Education and Training Regulator)$38,801,000
4 Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority$28,478,000
5 Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency$19,150,000
6 Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited$14,685,000


Senators for South Australia
Official portrait of Alex Antic
Alex Antic Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Alex Gallacher
Alex Gallacher Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Anne Ruston
Anne Ruston Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Cory Bernardi
Cory Bernardi Australian Conservatives
Official portrait of David Fawcett
David Fawcett Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Don Farrell
Don Farrell Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Marielle Smith
Marielle Smith Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Penny Wong
Penny Wong Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Rex Patrick
Rex Patrick Centre Alliance
Official portrait of Sarah Hanson-Young
Sarah Hanson-Young Australian Greens
Official portrait of Simon Birmingham
Simon Birmingham Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Stirling Griff
Stirling Griff Centre Alliance
Past Members for Boothby
Official portrait of Nicolle Flint
Sitting Member Nicolle Flint
45th Parliament
Liberal Party of Australia

Official portrait of Nicolle Flint

On behalf of the Liberal Party of Australia, Sitting Member for Boothby, Nicolle Flint declared 15 interests

Government Whip


The ABS summarises SEIFA scores as measuring people's access to material and social resources, and their ability to participate in society. SEIFA deciles for postcodes in Boothby range between 3 and 10 with an average of:
7.47
PostcodeDecile
MARION50433
SEACOMBE GARDENS50474
OAKLANDS PARK50465
PASADENA50425
CLARENCE GARDENS50395
SOUTH BRIGHTON50487
SOMERTON PARK50448
O'HALLORAN HILL51588
SEACLIFF50499
PANORAMA50419
EDEN HILLS50509
BLACKWOOD505110
URRBRAE506410
GLENALTA505210
CRAFERS WEST515210

ABS employment data by electorate

12.6% 28.7% 11.2% 12.5% 14.0% 9.2% 3.0% 7.5%
Managers Professionals Technicians/Trades Community/Personal Service Clerical/Admin Sales Machinery Ops/Drivers Labourers

Individual Tax data for postcodes within Boothby

Tax data taken from ATO Taxation statistics 2016–17, Table 6B, 'Selected items, by taxable status, state/territory, postcode and taxable income range'. Housing data from ABS.

*Franking credits for individuals + franking credits for shares in partnerships
Centrelink Recipients $ Income/Returns $ Income B4 Tax $ Income After Tax $ HELP Repaid $ Franking Credit* $ Net Rent % Owned % Mortgaged % Rented
35,796 60,123 8.0804 B 7.7474 B 22.632 M 160.827 M -50.212 M 33.9 32.8 28.9

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FLINDERS UNIVERSITY
Boothby  $330,912
Address BEDFORD PARK 5042 SA AUSTRALIA ABN: 65542596200
Portfolio Education and Training
Agency Australian Research Council
Program ARC Discovery
Component Discovery Projects
CategoryHumanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Research Targeted or Restricted Competitive
PurposeThis project aims to advance the concept of resilient humanitarianism through a historical investigation of one humanitarian body, the League of Red Cross Societies, from its inception to the end of the Cold War.-Global humanitarian crises abound due to ongoing conflict and natural disasters but nation states, bodies such as the United Nations and humanitarian organisations seem incapable of offering lasting solutions to intractable situations. This project will use rarely accessed archives and an interdisciplinary approach to investigate the evolution of humanitarianism, voluntary action and global civil society during the 20th century. This historical analysis can inform humanitarian policy, debates and practice of the present and future.
ActivityResilient humanitarianism: the League of Red Cross Societies, 1919-1991
Delivery Area 5042 SA AUSTRALIA
ApprovedPublishedStartEndBudget
27 Nov 201818 Dec 201801 Jan 201931 Dec 2022 2018-19

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Flinders University delivers higher education to the none given from ADELAIDE SA HIGHER EDUCATION