People in the Gascoyne-Pilbara region who experienced a loss of income as a result of Tropical Cyclone Olwyn in March 2015 have just over a week left to claim Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA).
A substantial drop in customer demand is behind a change to Medicare service arrangements in Melbourne’s CBD.
Meet our Disability Champion, Kristalee.
After being hit by a car that left her with a brain injury, doctors told Kristalee that she would never work full-time again.
After her accident, Kristalee went into a state of deep depression and fear. She was scared of cars and roads which took a long time for her to overcome. Continue reading Disability Champion: Kristalee
Fairfield residents will benefit from better access to government services when the Department of Human Services brings Medicare and Centrelink services together to form a new one-stop shop.
Alan who works for the department in Canberra was recently recognised for a remarkable 250 blood donations as part of National Blood Donor Week. Continue reading Alan donates the gift of life
The Department of Human Services is bringing Medicare and Centrelink services together to form a new one-stop shop for south-west Sydney residents.
The Department of Human Services is bringing Medicare and Centrelink services together under the same roof to form the new Maroubra One-stop Shop from Monday 24 August 2015.
People adversely affected by Tropical Cyclone Lam in the Northern Territory in February 2015 are encouraged to finalise any outstanding claims for the Disaster Recovery Payment (DRP) before the approaching deadline.
People affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia in February 2015 only have a limited time left to lodge a claim for the Disaster Recovery Payment (DRP) and the Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA).
The following Letter to the Editor was provided to The Canberra Times in response to an article that overstated the number of vacant desks across the department’s leases in Canberra: