Centrelink News

Government settles legal challenge after court rules robo-debt unlawful

The government's robo-debt scheme has been a dealt a major blow after a landmark decision in

Government calls halt to key part of robo-debt scheme

Government orders an immediate stop to a key part of Centrelink's robo-debt scheme less than

Five charts on what a Newstart recipient really looks like

Unless we know who Newstart recipients are, we are likely to make wrong decisions about how

What to do if you get a robo-debt letter

Centrelink general manager Hank Jogen explains what to do if you get a debt notice.

No Newstart raise on the way, says Senator Ruston

Minister for unemployment opposes ‘near-universal' calls to raise paltry Newstart payments.

Age Pension increases: 20 September 2019

How much more Age Pension will you receive?

Class action could deliver justice for Centrelink victims

Gordon Legal launches groundbreaking class action against robo-debt.

Researchers call for urgent pension review

Disability advocates and researchers are calling for urgent reforms to the Disability Support Pension.

Age Pension update: increases and changes from 20 September 2019

Changes to the Age Pension that will come into effect on 20 September 2019.

Changes to Newstart rates and thresholds

From 20 September 2019, Newstart rates and thresholds will be indexed.

Pension boost is unlikely to help many older Australians

Freedom of Information documents reveal the change to deeming rates is insignificant.

Older Aussies may not be exempt from proposed welfare changes

Older welfare recipients could soon be subject to drug tests and lose access to cash under planned

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