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Money Management
Centrepoint accolade for Citadel Wealth Solutionstheir retirement,” Centrepoint said. “They also provide advice to those client
Money Management / Posted 7 hours ago
their retirement,” Centrepoint said. “They also provide advice to those clients with specific planning needs such as Centrelink or Aged Care.” Centrepoint also said extra initiatives coordinated by Citadel, which include an annual client... Read more
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WA Today
The future looks sunny for ex ABC star and Bennelong MP Maxine McKewrenewable energy generation.” Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey W
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
renewable energy generation.” Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey Whalan whose last government post was running Centrelink. Also on the board are Alan Dixon of Evans Dixon and UBS veteran John Holland. And with the float successfully... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The future looks sunny for ex ABC star and Bennelong MP Maxine McKewstraight to your inbox. Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey Whalan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
straight to your inbox. Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey Whalan whose last government post was running Centrelink. Also on the board are Alan Dixon of Evans Dixon and UBS veteran John Holland. And with the float successfully... Read more
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The Age
The future looks sunny for ex ABC star and Bennelong MP Maxine McKewstraight to your inbox. Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey Whalan
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
straight to your inbox. Her chairman is public service veteran Jeffrey Whalan whose last government post was running Centrelink. Also on the board are Alan Dixon of Evans Dixon and UBS veteran John Holland. And with the float successfully... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
APVMA facing ‘national crisis’: Laborspeaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 hours ago
speaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it’s here by putting three admin staff in Centrelink.” But former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce said he wanted to see it through. “The Labor party are not... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
APVMA staff mystery: Empty desks at Armidale headquartersheadquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visi
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 hours ago
headquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visited the new digs, located within the city’s Centrelink office, on two separate occasions but no staff were seen. Dr Parker said the APVMA was implementing “the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
APVMA staff mystery: Empty desks at Armidale headquartersheadquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
headquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visited the new digs, located within the city’s Centrelink office, on two separate occasions but no staff were seen. Dr Parker said the APVMA was implementing “the... Read more
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Western Advocate
APVMA facing ‘national crisis’: Laborspeaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it
Western Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
speaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it’s here by putting three admin staff in Centrelink.” But former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce said he wanted to see it through. “The Labor party are not... Read more
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22h
Western Advocate
APVMA staff mystery: Empty desks at Armidale headquartersheadquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visi
Western Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
headquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visited the new digs, located within the city’s Centrelink office, on two separate occasions but no staff were seen. Dr Parker said the APVMA was implementing “the... Read more
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23h
Daily Liberal
APVMA staff mystery: Empty desks at Armidale headquartersheadquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visi
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 hours ago
headquarters five months ago to give Canberra staff a base. Fairfax Media visited the new digs, located within the city’s Centrelink office, on two separate occasions but no staff were seen. Dr Parker said the APVMA was implementing “the... Read more
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23h
Daily Liberal
APVMA facing ‘national crisis’: Laborspeaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 hours ago
speaking from the city’s library on Wednesday. “People will try and pretend it’s here by putting three admin staff in Centrelink.” But former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce said he wanted to see it through. “The Labor party are not... Read more
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WA Today
Breaking the cycle of intergenerational unemploymentare breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for
WA Today / Posted yesterday
are breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for the first time instead of being on Centrelink benefits. It gives them a perspective so they think I’m not going to grow up to be on the dole, I’m going to grow... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Breaking the cycle of intergenerational unemploymentare breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
are breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for the first time instead of being on Centrelink benefits. It gives them a perspective so they think I’m not going to grow up to be on the dole, I’m going to grow... Read more
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The Age
Breaking the cycle of intergenerational unemploymentare breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for
The Age / Posted yesterday
are breaking that cycle and kids are seeing their mums going to work often for the first time instead of being on Centrelink benefits. It gives them a perspective so they think I’m not going to grow up to be on the dole, I’m going to grow... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Chinese displeasure expected, but others should know betterforms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on d
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
forms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on decent people who have difficulty with a Centrelink form, an ASIC form or an ATO form. I find it amazing Senator Gallagher has adopted the failed ex-senator Roberts'... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Chinese displeasure expected, but others should know betterforms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on d
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
forms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on decent people who have difficulty with a Centrelink form, an ASIC form or an ATO form. I find it amazing Senator Gallagher has adopted the failed ex-senator Roberts'... Read more
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The Age
EARTH TO CANBERRA: Parliament may well be a bubble, the nation isn’tall property transactions; fix up the NBN; speed up processing of refugees such
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
all property transactions; fix up the NBN; speed up processing of refugees such as those imprisoned on Manus Island; cease Centrelink persecuting those it accuses of overpayments. Many others could be added. That there are so many is a clear... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Chinese displeasure expected, but others should know betterforms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
forms. Most then point out the horrendous penalties imposed by government on decent people who have difficulty with a Centrelink form, an ASIC form or an ATO form. I find it amazing Senator Gallagher has adopted the failed ex-senator Roberts'... Read more
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Canberra Times
Christmas cut for father of fivethem." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
them." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still at school and dependent. He has attended Centrelink four times and was told he is not entitled to welfare payments because he received a lump sum payment for a back... Read more
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The Age
Christmas cut for father of fivethem." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
them." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still at school and dependent. He has attended Centrelink four times and was told he is not entitled to welfare payments because he received a lump sum payment for a back... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Christmas cut for father of fivethem." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
them." Mr Revelos has five children aged from 12 to 27, two of whom are still at school and dependent. He has attended Centrelink four times and was told he is not entitled to welfare payments because he received a lump sum payment for a back... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Keneally still the underdog in BennelongKeneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medic
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 days ago
Keneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medicare office when it reportedly merged with Centrelink in 2015. "You broke it, you own it, and you fix it. Well John Alexander hasn't fixed it - we'll fix it." Ms... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Keneally still the underdog in BennelongKeneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medic
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Keneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medicare office when it reportedly merged with Centrelink in 2015. "You broke it, you own it, and you fix it. Well John Alexander hasn't fixed it - we'll fix it." Ms... Read more
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News.com.au
Keneally still the underdog in BennelongKeneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medic
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Keneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medicare office when it reportedly merged with Centrelink in 2015. "You broke it, you own it, and you fix it. Well John Alexander hasn't fixed it - we'll fix it." Ms... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Keneally the underdog in Bennelong: ShortenKeneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medic
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
Keneally accused her rival of having a hand in the closure of an Eastwood Medicare office when it reportedly merged with Centrelink in 2015. 'You broke it, you own it, and you fix it. Well John Alexander hasn't fixed it - we'll fix it.' Ms... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
War on Waste is impacting Christmas food donations, says Foodbank bossback Buckland man Brett Matte first received Foodbank's groceries a year ago w
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
back Buckland man Brett Matte first received Foodbank's groceries a year ago when he and his wife were living off a single Centrelink allowance. Mr Matte now volunteers to give out food to those who, like him, need a helping hand. "We couldn't... Read more
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The Age
Dual citizenship: Why are our errant MPs the protected species?MPs with dual citizenship to the High Court. It seems that MPs are not subject
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
MPs with dual citizenship to the High Court. It seems that MPs are not subject to the same treatment that recipients of Centrelink benefits are when they make a mistake in their applications. These people have to repay the money they were paid,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lettersbe prosecuted by the law for fraud as taking the money for wages is no differen
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
be prosecuted by the law for fraud as taking the money for wages is no different to people taking the money from centrelink that they are not entitled to and get prosecuted for in court. The people being sent to the High should be paying... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Young Australians’ surprising biggest fearper cent. One 18-year-old male student from Tasmania said his “biggest stress”
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
per cent. One 18-year-old male student from Tasmania said his “biggest stress” was paying rent having moved out of home. “Centrelink has helped a bit but getting a job was extremely hard as I had very little experience and was 18. I have now got a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ross Gittins: Government's social security cuts seem all toughness and no lovewondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
wondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week). Other changes would make it easier for Centrelink to "breach" (cut payments to) people judged to have failed to comply with their "mutual obligations". There's... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW stadium rebuilds take money from the state's real needshe was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to k
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
he was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to keep thousands of dollars. I was overpaid by Centrelink due to something or other and had to pay back every cent of it, which was nowhere near the amount these MPs were... Read more
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The Age
NSW stadium rebuilds take money from the state's real needshe was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to k
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
he was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to keep thousands of dollars. I was overpaid by Centrelink due to something or other and had to pay back every cent of it, which was nowhere near the amount these MPs were... Read more
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The Age
Ross Gittins: Government's social security cuts seem all toughness and no lovewondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
wondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week). Other changes would make it easier for Centrelink to "breach" (cut payments to) people judged to have failed to comply with their "mutual obligations". There's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW stadium rebuilds take money from the state's real needshe was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to k
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
he was not. Did his dad say he wasn't a Kiwi? And all these banned MPs get to keep thousands of dollars. I was overpaid by Centrelink due to something or other and had to pay back every cent of it, which was nowhere near the amount these MPs were... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ross Gittins: Government's social security cuts seem all toughness and no lovewondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
wondering why they can't pay unexpected bills on the single dole of $268 a week). Other changes would make it easier for Centrelink to "breach" (cut payments to) people judged to have failed to comply with their "mutual obligations". There's... Read more
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The Border Mail
Worker rorts nearly $46,000 in government benefits while workingfrom taxpayers has been ordered to repay the cash. Katrine Egeberg made false
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
from taxpayers has been ordered to repay the cash. Katrine Egeberg made false claims, or under-reported her income, to Centrelink over a period of about five years. She was receiving two benefits – parenting payments and Newstart – and... Read more
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Canberra Times
How Bhutanese refugee family achieved home ownership within seven years of arrivalbecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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The North West Star
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
The North West Star / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Daily Liberal
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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The Border Mail
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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The Courier
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Western Advocate
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Western Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Manning River Times
From a refugee camp in Nepal to the Great Australian Dreambecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Manning River Times / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How Bhutanese refugee family achieved home ownership within seven years of arrivalbecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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The Age
How Bhutanese refugee family achieved home ownership within seven years of arrivalbecause we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
because we had no idea what was inside it. A settlement organisation helped us set up bank accounts and register with Centrelink and Medicare. The other Bhutanese families already settled in Sydney assisted us. A boy I taught in the camp... Read more
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WA Today
Young and working hard to get out of long-term unemploymentof job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job see
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
of job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job seekers were more likely to be registered with Centrelink (53 per cent) than older jobseekers (43 per cent). The report shows that at September this year, 50,500 young... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Young and working hard to get out of long-term unemployment of job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job see
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
of job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job seekers were more likely to be registered with Centrelink (53 per cent) than older jobseekers (43 per cent). The report shows that at September this year, 50,500 young... Read more
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The Age
Young and working hard to get out of long-term unemployment of job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job see
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
of job search activities as unemployed people aged 25 and over". Young job seekers were more likely to be registered with Centrelink (53 per cent) than older jobseekers (43 per cent). The report shows that at September this year, 50,500 young... Read more
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