The following articles have the tag newstart
Hazel wants to take a lump sum out of her super but is worried about ...
‘More cuts to income support payments is also the last thing the country needs,’ says ...
As the government extols the virtues of its Centrelink IT overhaul, a new report slams ...
Minister for unemployment opposes ‘near-universal’ calls to raise paltry Newstart payments.
People receiving welfare are more likely to have multiple health conditions.
Older welfare recipients could soon be subject to drug tests and lose access to cash ...
Deputy PM tells jobless there is plenty of work on offer in rural Australia.
Baby boomers are redefining the workforce – and the ranks of the unemployed.
The Age Pension base rate looks good next to Newstart rates.
Pamela is on Newstart and wants to know how the new participation requirements affect her.
Corinne lost her widow’s allowance when travelling overseas. Can she get it back?
Iris hasn’t reached retirement age but is ready to stop working. So what are her ...
Centrelink is being taken to court over its flawed robo-debt system.
How would you fix the pension system? Here are your ideas …
YourLifeChoices members share their views on increasing Newstart or the pension.
Age Pension or Newstart increase: which one should be a priority?
Scott Morrison says he would rather increase the Age Pension than Newstart.
YourLifeChoices members tell how older job-seekers get a raw deal.
Struggling to find work, 65-year-old says it’s tough to make ends meet.
Boosting the dole would reduce chronic disease among the poorest.
Federal Budget must consider plight of all Australians on welfare.
Illness is pushing Judy out of the workforce, but she cannot yet get an Age ...
An increase to Newstart payments high on new Senator's to-do list.
A new parliamentary bill could restrict pension access to elderly migrants.
A proposal to target job seekers might eventually target all welfare.
Both sides of politics seem to be missing the point when it comes to welfare.
Just over a week since Minister for Families Jenny Macklin was caught on the hop ...
Could you live on $35 per day?
A new report has found that Australian women are the world’s most economically empowered.
If you are receiving Centrelink benefits volunteering can be a great alternative to paid ...
YOURLifeChoices subscriber Guy, would like to know what effect withdrawing money from his wife’s superannuation would have on his Age Pension. Q. Guy I am a pensioner and I get Centrelink payments as single. My wife will be 60 shortly and ...
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