Tolerance is a critical value in a western liberal democracy like Australia.
The Minister for Social Services, Kevin Andrews, today officially opened a state-of-the-art aged care facility in Daw Park.
This year’s Pollie Pedal has raised over $700,000 for Carers Australia.
Labor Leader Bill Shorten is scraping the bottom of the barrel by scaremongering Australia’s seniors with his comments that pensions will be cut.
Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews has today launched 2014 Homeless Persons Week and reinforced the Coalition’s commitment to help those without safe and secure accommodation.
New research shows children can have more behaviour problems and difficulties socialising with peers if raised in families with high levels of parental conflict, or with low levels of parental warmth and few shared activities between parents and children.
Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews is encouraging people to have their say on the recently released interim report proposing improvements to Australia’s welfare system.
Thousands of self-funded retirees will miss out on cheaper prescription drugs and other health benefits if Labor blocks moves to index income limits for the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card (CHSC).
Federal Parliamentarians from all sides of politics today joined with representatives from the ACT Government and the community to show their commitment to reducing violence against women and their children.
All Australian states and territories have now signed the new National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) ensuring homelessness programmes across Australia will continue for another year.