that support Australians with disability will benefit from a $250,000 Abbott
Government investment into disability-related conferences.
Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield, said 25 groups
were receiving Government support to maximise the participation o...
Drive with Patricia Karvelas
2 April 2015
E & OE
Pensions, NDIS, incident at ACT school
Australian Government is making it easier for older Australians to access the
care they need to remain living in their own home through new home support
2014, the Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield,
announced the es...
Statewide Mornings with Leon Compton
1 April 2015
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Ageing, Harper review, NDIS, unemployment benefits for young jobseekers,
emergency relief funding
disability employment market is now open for business as part of the
Government’s commitment to helping people with disability find jobs.
“For the first time ever, all Disability Employment Services (DES) are now
being delivered through competitive contracts by providers who have
with Brett Whiteley MP and Leigh
31 March 2015
E & OE
Launch of NDAP Provider Finder, NDIS Tasmania rollout, Budget repair
The Federal Minister for Braddon, Brett Whiteley, firstly good morning to you
E & OE
Additional 150 young carer bursaries
Thanks Prime Minister, colleagues, Ara Cresswell, ladies and gentlemen. I
always feel like a bit of an imposter at pollie pedal time. Although I’m a
great supporter of the pollie pedal and ta...
THE HON. TONY
ABBOTT MP, PRIME MINISTER
SENATOR THE HON.
MINISTER FOR SOCIAL SERVICES
The Commonwealth Government will provide an additional
150 bursaries to help young carers further their education.
The Young Carer Bursary Programme allows carers...
THE HON. MITCH FIFIELD
NIKOLIC AM CSC MP
Abbott Government has today unveiled a new initiative to help people with
disability access advocacy services.
The Member for Bass, Andrew Nikolic, and Senator Mitch Fifield, the Assistant
Minister for Soc...
It is deeply
disappointing that Labor have sought to mislead the Australian people on the
Government’s BSWAT payment scheme legislation.
It is also regrettable that they are attempting to play politics with the
creation of a new wage assessment tool for people with disability.
During the c...