On the International Day of People with Disability 2019, Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston and Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Stuart Robert acknowledged the amazing contribution Australians with disability make in communities across the country.
The Morrison Government is introducing new technology to allow cash registers at pubs, clubs and independent grocers to automatically reject items banned by the Cashless Debit Card.
The Morrison Government has today announced the organisations successful in securing funding for free and independent support services for people engaging with the Disability Royal Commission.
An independent evaluation of the Coalition’s Individual Placement and Support Trial has revealed encouraging results that a tailored approach can help improve job outcomes for young Australians with mental illness.
Joint Media Release: Delivering on our historic commitment to improve the safety of women and children
A new Implementation Plan across all Australian jurisdictions released today will support the delivery of the Fourth Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022.
The Morrison Government will move to legislate an online National Self-Exclusion Register that will allow people to ban themselves from all online wagering sites and apps in one go.
South Australia horticulture producers will soon be able to access up to $14.6 million to install new or replace damaged netting.
More than 550 sites have joined the National Redress Scheme driving down the number of applications on hold to the lowest level since the Scheme was established.
More visitors to the Fleurieu region will be able to take a scenic ride on the SteamRanger Heritage Railway Track following an infrastructure upgrade to improve the service’s safety and reliability.
The Morrison Government is funding new research to help Australian families break the cycle of disadvantage.