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$340,000 for Doomadgee Women’s Shelter
Disability community renews our calls for Commissioners to stand aside
ACOSS calls on Government to act on Newstart following Labor’s formal support and Nationals majority agreement
Supporting Community Legal Centres To Reach More People
Raise Rate of Newstart fact check
Government Senator Dean Smith becomes latest to support Newstart increase in today’s Senate debate
Barnaby Joyce joins growing Parliamentary support for Newstart increase and highlights living costs in bush and city
J-PAL North America announces second round of competition partners
Creating Safer Communities: Back on Track – Cutting Youth Crime Plan
Joint LGBTIQ+ community statement in support of religious discrimination protections
Cuts to deeming rates a cash boost for about 1 million Australians
People on Newstart share stories with MPs as part of Raise Rate Week of Action
New public health duty to tackle serious violence
King’s trans sexual health service gets positive feedback
Statement on constitutional recognition of Australia’s first peoples
Coming into force of Bill C-21 strengthens border management
New service diverts young Mount Isa people from crime
Helping grow SA’s regional population
Indigenous boarding students are failing to complete secondary education due to Federal
Raise Rate Week of Action, 15-21 July 2019
Autistic adults experience high rates of negative life events
Community Sector Banking & ACOSS announce new partnership to strengthen community & NFP sector
CheckPoint study shows Aussie families get enough rest, but don’t always sleep soundly
Snapshot looks at health as a family affair
Children are not destined to inherit their parents’ weight problems
Children’s snacking habits mirror their parents’
Size does matter … when it comes to telomeres
Aussie pre-teens spend most of their day sitting still, study shows
ACOSS Statement on passing of tax cut package
Canada investing in safety at Kamloops Airport
Practicing occupational therapy in Kimberley
Rural communities in British Columbia will benefit from faster Internet
Time to stop persecuting party-goers, decriminalise drug use
Disability ministers’ meeting focuses on NDIS participants
Injecting trial already changing lives
Grattan Institute report shows high-end tax cuts unfair, risky and expensive
Taking Bass Coast to Capital Hill
KiwiSaver Bill passes second reading
ACOSS welcomes Labor’s opposition to locking in unaffordable tax cuts 5 years in advance
Stage 3 tax cuts would guarantee funding cuts
RBA Governor acknowledges benefits of an increase in Newstart, as a way to strengthen a slowing economy
Emergency support for homelessness assistance
3 Questions: An experiment illuminates value of public transportation
NSW Budget Blindspot- Women’s Safety and Domestic Violence
A step closer to a fairer Hobsons Bay for all
Report: Pa. employment strong, but job growth leaves regions, industries behind
U.S. Vice President Pence’s Remarks at RiverStone Health Clinic
Young Trainees Eye Careers In Booming Community Sector