Students and Australian Apprentices who have applied for a Centrelink payment need to keep their details up-to-date to ensure they receive the correct payment.
The Department of Human Services (DHS) is confirming its commitment to gender equality on International Women’s Day this Thursday (8 March). Continue reading Striving for gender equality on International Women’s Day
As a Multicultural Service Officer at the Department of Human Services, Di Hong Lam connects with culturally and linguistically diverse communities to update them on the latest changes to policies, payments and services.
Continue reading The ‘Sound of Hope’ for Chinese communities
Time is running out for people in the Byron Shire affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie in 2017 to lodge a claim for emergency assistance payments from the Australian Government. Continue reading Limited time left to claim Cyclone Debbie payments
There will be some changes to payments and services over the Christmas and New Year holiday period for Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support customers. Continue reading Holiday arrangements for Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support
The Department of Human Services Innaloo Service Centre relocated from 37 Ellen Stirling Boulevard to 40 Hasler Road, Osborne Park, on Monday 27 November.
Television personality and White Ribbon Ambassador Andrew O’Keefe was a special guest at a joint Department of Human Services and Australian Federal Police event acknowledging the work of White Ribbon Australia and their campaign to prevent men’s violence against women. Continue reading Taking a stand against violence against women
Richard clearly remembers the day he had to rush a person affected by family and domestic violence out a side door to safety, as an ex-partner tracked them down at an office. Continue reading Focus on family and domestic violence
The Department of Human Services has reached an Indigenous workforce milestone target of 5 per cent. Continue reading DHS reaches 5 per cent Indigenous workforce target