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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.

Minister for Human Services Senator the Hon Marise Payne today announced Hobart-based ICT staff will stay in Tasmania following a review of ICT operations.

Last week our Minister, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, took to Sydney streets selling magazines.

As universities across the country begin to buzz with O-Week activities students are being encouraged to stay in touch and up to date with their student assistance payments using the Express Plus Students app.

A 52-year-old Tasmanian woman will spend up to 15 months behind bars after being found guilty of fraudulently claiming more than $97,000 in welfare payments.

A national programme which helps parents and carers be their child’s first – and best - teacher has begun in the electorate of Chifley today.

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