Latest community services News

ThinkUKnow volunteers thanked as program back in full swing
Volunteers’ long-term service recognised
Budget 2022 combination of giant leaps and small steps, all in right direction
Department of Communities staff deployed to flood-ravaged NSW
New provider announced for former Esther Foundation facility
Council Celebrates National Volunteer Week
Driving towards future of possibilities
Vision for new $33.8 million Armadale TAFE campus taking shape
Council endorses 2022/23 Operational Plan, 2022-26 Delivery Program
National Volunteer Week 2022: Volunteers Help Tasmanians Be Better Together
Conversations in Chair coming to Shepparton
Carers Small Grants Program 2022-23 now open
Strategic documents now on public exhibition
$450 million to support safe and thriving WA communities
Staff shortages in care sectors to worsen under proposed new National Skills Agreement
$30.1 million Glenroy Community Hub opens
Melton Site To Join Orange Door Network
Supporting Strong Multicultural Communities
Improving disability inclusion
Planning for Greater Hobart’s future
Celebrating Neighbourhood House Week – Building resilience by bringing people together
Celebrating 25 years of inclusion for Tasmania’s LGBTIQ+ community
Mitchell ignored in state budget
Residents invited to attend Delivery Program and Draft Budget Roadshow
Statement from Minister for Community Services
Time to comment on your Council’s budget
Coalition commits $25 million to upgrade Shepparton Sports and Events Centre
New child protection measures come into effect
Liberal team delivering for all Tasmanians
$250,000 learning centre now open at Whitsundays TAFE
Eidecan Returns Battle of Bands now open for entry
Hornsby Library celebrates 50 years of service to community
Great School Pathway For Every Victorian Student
2032 focus for Port Stephens plans
Opportunity cost pricing for 400MHz services
Glenorchy ambulance station joins long list of Liberal failures
More Free Parking For Bacchus Marsh Community
Upgrades to J. E. Duggan Park now officially opened to public
New ABS statistics highlight Baw Baw’s exploding population
Underfunded, overworked, and underpaid
Unpaid family and domestic violence leave entitlements
$20 million for better facilities for Australia’s fishos, boaties and campers
Improving lives of Tasmanians
More Housing For Workers In Ararat
New Era For Skills And Training In Frankston
Free flu immunisation for children under five
Huge program unveiled for Glenroy Festival 2022
Iluka Partners with Foodbank WA to Feed Geraldton and Mid-West