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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.

As the new school year kicks off the Department of Human Services is making it simpler than ever for parents to access their child’s immunisation history.

Sweeping plains, bushfires, droughts and flooding rains – the Department of Human Services’ two Mobile Service Centres have seen it all as they have traversed rural and regional Australia.

The Australian Government is helping senior citizens to stay connected to their families, friends and communities over the summer holidays, providing more than $9,000 in funding and IT equipment for seniors’ broadband kiosks in the electorate of Greenway.

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