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Indigenous jobseekers in Western Sydney are set to benefit, with a partnership between local training providers and employers to provide hands-on training that leads to real jobs, Senator for Western Sydney, the Hon. Marise Payne said.

A new website is set to open up a whole new world of opportunity to students in Western Sydney who may never have considered higher education before, Senator for Western Sydney, the Hon. Marise Payne, said today. 

The Australian Government is helping senior citizens to stay connected with their families, friends and communities, providing more than $10,000 in funding and IT equipment for seniors’ broadband kiosks across Parramatta, Senator for Western Sydney, the Hon. Marise Payne said.

Veterans in Greater Western Sydney will receive a pension increase of up to $24.20 per fortnight from 20 March, Senator for Western Sydney, Marise Payne, announced today.

With more than 750 people walking through the doors on any day, the Department of Human Services’ Liverpool Service Centre plays a critical role in the diverse local community.

Drought-affected farmers are encouraged to visit Mobile Service Centre ‘Kangaroo Paw’ when it is in north-western NSW next week to test their eligibility for income support by lodging a claim.

Minister for Human Services Senator the Hon Marise Payne today paid tribute to staff at the Fairfield Service Centre for the important work they perform assisting refugees.

Minister for Human Services Senator the Hon Marise Payne recognised efforts of Nowra Centrelink and Medicare staff as the Department of Human Services continues its transition to digital service delivery.

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