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Canberra announces plan to employ more older Australians

Canberra announces a plan aimed at keeping older Australians employed.

Govt to refund $721m in unlawful debts, but won’t apologise to victims

Government admits the program was unlawful but refuses to apologise for it.

How to get big stimulus spending right, quickly

Will the government's $200 billion stimulus package make or break the economy?

Seniors Card explained: Are you eligible? Where to get discounts?

Are you eligible for big savings with a Seniors Card?

Experts assess impact of early super access on earnings and income

You can access super within five days, but at what cost to your future income?

Nearly two-thirds of Australians happy with government handling of COVID-19

Satisfaction over government handling of COVID-19 crisis has increased substantially.

Over-70s told to stay at home under strict new lockdown measures

Parks and playgrounds closed; gatherings of more than two people effectively outlawed.

‘It won’t be a pretty experience when we deal with them’

‘It won't be a pretty experience when we deal with them,' says Peter Dutton.

Stopping ageism

Dr. Marlene Krasovitsky, discussed the negative impacts of ageism, including employment discrimination.

PM announces rent relief, postponed budget and distancing measures

Drastic social distancing measures, aged care funding and protection for tenants features of

Government says it has no duty of care for welfare recipients

Government admits to illegality of robo-debt system, but says it owes no one any duty of care.

Australians being warned of a convincing ‘MyGov’ scam

A very convincing scam that appears to be from MyGov is catching out unsuspecting Australians.

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