Jobs growth will surge across Tasmania with the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme with up to 1750 new full-time jobs created in the next three years and $260 million in new economic activity generated.
Australians are getting behind the Commonwealth Government’s new campaign aimed at breaking the cycle of violence against women and their children
Today the Government is pleased to announce a new intercountry adoption program with Bulgaria.
The Turnbull Government is committed to providing a strong safety net for Australia’s most vulnerable, while improving the integrity of the welfare system.
The Turnbull Government will ensure the Commonwealth is able to meet future NDIS costs through the deposit of $2.1 billion of Budget savings into the NDIS Savings Fund Special Account once it is established.
Understanding the cultural context of violence against women is critical to reducing violence in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, a new report has found.
Community organisations can now apply for a share of $160,000 in Commonwealth Government funding for projects that showcase their philanthropic partnerships.
More Western Australians will gain access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) over the next year with the Commonwealth and Western Australian State Governments extending the current trials to July 2017 and expanding them to additional locations in the State.
The Commonwealth Government has today announced up to 18,100 new jobs are expected to be created in Victoria in the next three years as a result of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), moving to full roll-out in 2019-20.
A $30 million national campaign designed to help break the cycle of violence against women and their children will begin on Sunday.