LATEST NATIONAL DISABILITY STRATEGY FINALLY RELEASED

The Second Implementation Plan under the National Disability Strategy has finally been released by the Turnbull Government years after it was due to be published. 

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PORTER IS OUT OF TOUCH WITH WORKING MUMS

 The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter today demonstrated how out of touch he is with the needs of working mums. 

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GOVERNMENT MUST PROVIDE CERTAINTY ON NDIS ROLLOUT IN WA

The Turnbull Government must provide certainty to people with disability, their families and carers in Western Australia about the future of disability services in the state. 

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REJECTED FOI REQUEST REVEALS COALITION HOSTILITY TO WORKING WOMEN

A rejected Freedom of Information request has revealed the level of hostility within the Turnbull Government to working mums. 

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70,000 MUMS STILL WORSE OFF UNDER TURNBULL’S LATEST PAID PARENTAL LEAVE CUTS

Reports today indicate that the Turnbull Government is considering a backroom deal to get the latest version of his cuts to paid parental leave through the Parliament. 

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MISLEADING ATTACKS ON MIGRANT PENSIONERS MUST STOP

The Turnbull Government must stop its misleading attacks on migrant pensioners. 

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TURNBULL’S REDRESS MESS MUST BE FIXED

The Turnbull Government’s plan for a National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse has been thrown into doubt.  

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PORTER MUST FIX NDIS ROLLOUT MESS

The Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter must act to fix the problems with the NDIS rollout. 

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TURNBULL GOVERNMENT FAILING ON NDIS ROLLOUT

The latest Quarterly Report on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) shows the scheme has failed to meet its target with just 7,440 participants having an approved NDIS plan, far fewer than the target of 20,264 set for the quarter starting 1 July 2016. 

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LABOR CONFIRMS OPPOSITION TO PAID PARENTAL LEAVE CUTS

Labor today formally confirmed its opposition to the Turnbull Government’s unfair cuts to paid parental leave. 

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Centenary of Anzac

During the First World War between 1914 and 1918, more than 416,000 Australians enlisted voluntarily from a population of just five million.

330,000 ventured overseas. 60,000 never returned.

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