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There is a lot to be excited about
What can you say to those who bang on about government debt? A lot, actually.
"The pandemic has made bold interventions a necessity, and the government isn't missing its shot."
It’s been really difficult, particularly with the lack of certainty.
The Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) welcomes this opportunity to respond to the Regulatory Impact Statement for the Proposed
I just pray every day that we will be allowed to go outside of the suburb, just to get food.
Although COVID-19 has been devastating, it has given Meena chance to pause and map out where she wants to take
Mandy Weber and her two teenage daughters face the prospect of homelessness for a sixth time once the JobSeeker Coronavirus
“No one should have to be making choices between food and bills, medication and bills. But we are."
Bayu Pratama has been no stranger to racism since arriving in Australia from Jakarta eight years ago.
VCOSS submission to Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability
If we're not bold enough to do what's required now, will we ever be?
VCOSS welcomes the opportunity to provide initial feedback on the Essential Services Commission’s (ESC’s) proposed approach and process to determining