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Illawarra Mercury
Poverty, financial woes ‘increasing in the Illawarra’with the Salvation Army Moneycare program in the Illawarra. Photo: Robert Peet
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 hours ago
with the Salvation Army Moneycare program in the Illawarra. Photo: Robert Peet Whether you’re a millionaire or receiving Centrelink payments, a Salvos financial counsellor wants to help Illawarra residents experiencing credit and debt... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Poverty is increasing in the Illawarra: financial counsellorwith the Salvation Army Moneycare program in the Illawarra. Picture: Robert Pee
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 hours ago
with the Salvation Army Moneycare program in the Illawarra. Picture: Robert Peet Whether you’re a millionaire or receiving Centrelink payments, a Salvos financial counsellor wants to help Illawarra residents experiencing credit and debt... Read more
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Manning River Times
Elderly warned of phone scammers, report anything suspicioustheir pension. He said he was told to contact a Canberra phone number which he
Manning River Times / Posted 16 hours ago
their pension. He said he was told to contact a Canberra phone number which he did and he was told he was owed $2800 from Centrelink. Mr McCarthy then phoned Centrelink who told him it was a scam. “They (the scammers) rang back and I told them... Read more
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The North West Star
Elderly warned of phone scammers, report anything suspicioustheir pension. He said he was told to contact a Canberra phone number which he
The North West Star / Posted 17 hours ago
their pension. He said he was told to contact a Canberra phone number which he did and he was told he was owed $2800 from Centrelink. Mr McCarthy then phoned Centrelink who told him it was a scam. “They (the scammers) rang back and I told them... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why Kiwis are fleeing Australiaseeking to work across the Tasman,” Mr Borkin said. While New Zealanders can a
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
seeking to work across the Tasman,” Mr Borkin said. While New Zealanders can access Medicare, there are limitations around Centrelink benefits and accessing higher education lending schemes which stand in contrast to Australians living in New... Read more
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Canberra Times
$5 million in wine gone: Millionaire winemaker David James accused of intimidating estranged wiferelaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
relaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly mother in New Lambton and collecting Centrelink benefits, has "six or seven other" court cases on the go. These include matters in the supreme, federal, family... Read more
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The Age
$5 million in wine gone: Millionaire winemaker David James accused of intimidating estranged wiferelaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly
The Age / Posted yesterday
relaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly mother in New Lambton and collecting Centrelink benefits, has "six or seven other" court cases on the go. These include matters in the supreme, federal, family... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$5 million in wine gone: Millionaire winemaker David James accused of intimidating estranged wiferelaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
relaxed. The court heard the former high-flyer, who is living with his elderly mother in New Lambton and collecting Centrelink benefits, has "six or seven other" court cases on the go. These include matters in the supreme, federal, family... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bills a powerful burden to bear for residents of Dubbofortnightly now,” wrote Han Walkom. “So nice to get a bill that's in credit.”
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
fortnightly now,” wrote Han Walkom. “So nice to get a bill that's in credit.” Julie Sullivan told of her instructions to Centrelink to deduct money fortnightly from her pension and that she had “never had to pay an actual bill in seven... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Women living in their cars to escape violence as homeless fill sheltersand got packs of noodles. The hardest thing was finding water," Chloe said. As
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
and got packs of noodles. The hardest thing was finding water," Chloe said. As soon as she got her first cheque from Centrelink, she drove to her grandparents' house. "I had to travel to different relatives' houses because my ex would say he... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's wealth is in the eyes of the holderscircumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university re
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
circumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university researchers dissected more than 18 years of Centrelink records. They discovered children who grew up in households reliant on welfare benefits were much more likely to... Read more
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The Age
Canberra's wealth is in the eyes of the holderscircumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university re
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
circumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university researchers dissected more than 18 years of Centrelink records. They discovered children who grew up in households reliant on welfare benefits were much more likely to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra's wealth is in the eyes of the holderscircumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university re
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
circumstances Canberra has a major problem. Melbourne and Sydney university researchers dissected more than 18 years of Centrelink records. They discovered children who grew up in households reliant on welfare benefits were much more likely to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Aged Care Expo for Manning-Great Lakesthat this can create. “Being better prepared is the key,” Mr Tickle said. The
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
that this can create. “Being better prepared is the key,” Mr Tickle said. The expo brings together specialists from Centrelink, Manning Hospital, financial experts in aged care funding, as well as the representatives of aged care facilities... Read more
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The Border Mail
Police ‘were looking at’ Albury man charged with 20 child pornography offencesschizophrenia and multiple personality disorder. “He is someone who is more vu
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder. “He is someone who is more vulnerable in custody,” she said. “He is on a Centrelink disability pension … he has been residing at that address for eighteen months. “It is a private rental and he has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Spend $2b on essential services not rebuilding stadiumsto vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
to vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to keep the job they have rather than join the Centrelink queue. Stephanie Edwards Roseville Hopefully Pauline Hanson will demand to know how much Channel Ten will be... Read more
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The Age
Spend $2b on essential services not rebuilding stadiumsto vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
to vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to keep the job they have rather than join the Centrelink queue. Stephanie Edwards Roseville Hopefully Pauline Hanson will demand to know how much Channel Ten will be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Spend $2b on essential services not rebuilding stadiumsto vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
to vote with their feet when denied equal pay. Most have to grin and bear it to keep the job they have rather than join the Centrelink queue. Stephanie Edwards Roseville Hopefully Pauline Hanson will demand to know how much Channel Ten will be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Centrelink welfare payment data reveals intergenerational trapThis suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than ma
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
This suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than many might suppose. A study of 18 years of Centrelink data reveals that children of parents on social security payments are almost twice as likely to be on benefits... Read more
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Manning River Times
Ask Noel: does Centrelink recognise prenups?my wife got a job. Her money now paid for bills and food which I had previously
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
my wife got a job. Her money now paid for bills and food which I had previously struggled with and family helped with. Now Centrelink say her income has to support me too, which it does, but they will cut my allowance by 80 per cent. But I have a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Centrelink welfare payment data reveals intergenerational trapThis suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than ma
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
This suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than many might suppose. A study of 18 years of Centrelink data reveals that children of parents on social security payments are almost twice as likely to be on benefits... Read more
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The Age
Centrelink welfare payment data reveals intergenerational trapThis suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than ma
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
This suggests it is harder to escape economic disadvantage in Australia than many might suppose. A study of 18 years of Centrelink data reveals that children of parents on social security payments are almost twice as likely to be on benefits... Read more
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The North West Star
Ask Noel: does Centrelink recognise prenups?my wife got a job. Her money now paid for bills and food which I had previously
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
my wife got a job. Her money now paid for bills and food which I had previously struggled with and family helped with. Now Centrelink say her income has to support me too, which it does, but they will cut my allowance by 80 per cent. But I have a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of mensourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
sourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link his security nasties to the taxation and Centrelink computers to gouge more from the poor, the sick and those trying to get an education. Politicians from every code... Read more
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Canberra Times
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthe private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Stagge
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
the private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Staggering finding that children of parents on Centrelink are also on Centrelink ("Families locked in welfare trap", October 16)? They are most likely living in the same... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border city tops state over the dilemma of disconnectionspast five years there has been a significant increase in the inability to pay.
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
past five years there has been a significant increase in the inability to pay. And it’s very reflective of the (stagnant) Centrelink payments compared with the increase in electricity prices. People are going without, just to try to cope with the... Read more
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The Age
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of mensourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
sourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link his security nasties to the taxation and Centrelink computers to gouge more from the poor, the sick and those trying to get an education. Politicians from every code... Read more
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The Age
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthe private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Stagge
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
the private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Staggering finding that children of parents on Centrelink are also on Centrelink ("Families locked in welfare trap", October 16)? They are most likely living in the same... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of mensourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
sourcing the money trail. All of this is about revenue. Mr Turnbull will link his security nasties to the taxation and Centrelink computers to gouge more from the poor, the sick and those trying to get an education. Politicians from every code... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthe private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Stagge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
the private sector. Terry O'Brien ChippendaleGenerational disadvantage Staggering finding that children of parents on Centrelink are also on Centrelink ("Families locked in welfare trap", October 16)? They are most likely living in the same... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How mainstream schools are failing students who don't fit inalongside the teachers in the schools so they ensure that the school also can b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
alongside the teachers in the schools so they ensure that the school also can become like a one-stop shop for things like Centrelink, homelessness, creches and support for those issues which often prevent young people coming to school," Professor... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How mainstream schools are failing students who have babiesalongside the teachers in the schools so they ensure that the school also can b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
alongside the teachers in the schools so they ensure that the school also can become like a one-stop shop for things like Centrelink, homelessness, creches and support for those issues which often prevent young people coming to school," Professor... Read more
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Babyology
Not ANOTHER form! 6 baby admin tasks you need to know about before birthboy off the to-do list ASAP too. TIP: things are definitely a lot easier if you
Babyology / Posted 4 days ago
boy off the to-do list ASAP too. TIP: things are definitely a lot easier if you don’t wait too long to decide on a name!3. Centrelink number This one sucks. You need to phone Centrelink and stay on hold for a short lifetime in order to get your... Read more
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Herald Sun
Paying for university in Australiabeing introduced. Financial advisers are also available at each campus to assi
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
being introduced. Financial advisers are also available at each campus to assist students with budgeting, loans, grants, Centrelink advice and tax help. The University of Melbourne has also developed a comprehensive website called Future... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Foodbank WA struggling to cope with rising demandfrom a mining position to a disability position and my whole world just did a m
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
from a mining position to a disability position and my whole world just did a massive spin out," she said. "I'm just on a Centrelink payment, trying to get through these health issues, and raise a child on that and it's really not very easy. "By... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Children of adults on benefits at risk: studyChildren of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be rec
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 days ago
Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be receiving benefits themselves by their early 20s compared to children who are not. Analysis of 18 years of Centrelink records by the Universities of Melbourne and Sydney... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereChildren of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by their early 20s as children who are not. The world-first finding, culled from 18 years of Centrelink records, calls into question the conventional... Read more
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Canberra Times
Real names for ACT high rises, pleaseHolesgrove, O'Connor​A very bad call It's hard to believe that the government
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Holesgrove, O'Connor​A very bad call It's hard to believe that the government seriously thinks that contracting out the Centrelink call centre function to a foreign-owned company (Serco) will result in better outcomes for the thousands of people... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereEmployment. Photo by Mario Borg. Photo to illustrate the dire employment situat
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Employment. Photo by Mario Borg. Photo to illustrate the dire employment situation for men over 45. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by their early 20s as children who are not. The... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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Manning River Times
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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The North West Star
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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The Courier
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereWorld-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
World-first research finds children born of parents on Centrelink almost twice as likely to be on benefits in later life than children who are not. Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereChildren of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by their early 20s as children who are not. The world-first finding, culled from 18 years of Centrelink records, calls into question the conventional... Read more
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The Age
'Staggering': Young people twice as likely to be on Centrelink benefits if their parents wereChildren of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Children of parents on Centrelink benefits are almost twice as likely to be on benefits themselves by their early 20s as children who are not. The world-first finding, culled from 18 years of Centrelink records, calls into question the conventional... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Federal government launches 2017 survey into road safetyto locate the answer. The creation of digital assistants is another key initiat
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
to locate the answer. The creation of digital assistants is another key initiative to help citizens interact with Centrelink more easily and conveniently. It means that people can get answers fast online and not have to phone a call... Read more
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The Age
Real names for ACT high rises, pleaseHolesgrove, O'Connor​A very bad call It's hard to believe that the government
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Holesgrove, O'Connor​A very bad call It's hard to believe that the government seriously thinks that contracting out the Centrelink call centre function to a foreign-owned company (Serco) will result in better outcomes for the thousands of people... Read more
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