More one-stop shops delivering multiple government services will be created in Melbourne throughout August, in response to changing customer needs.
Medicare services currently operating from the Stockland Shopping Centre will move to the Australian Government one-stop shop on Musgrave Street from Monday 20 July.
South-west Sydney residents will soon have access to more government services when the Department of Human Services brings together Medicare and Centrelink services under the same roof in Campsie.
As the end of the financial year fast approaches, Australians are being reminded to finalise last year’s tax affairs or risk missing out on family assistance payments.
People affected by the Sampson Flat bushfire in South Australia in January 2015 only have a limited time left to lodge a claim for the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment (DRP) and the Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA).
The Australian Government Department of Human Services is bringing Medicare and Centrelink services together under the same roof in Mayfield.
Medicare services currently available at the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre will be relocating to the Robina Service Centre from Monday, 29 June.
Department of Human Services Secretary Kathryn Campbell has raised over $32,000 for the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout held this week, the highest amount out of the 96 ACT participants this year.
Four Federal Department of Human Services one-stop shops will open in Springvale, Rowville, Narre Warren and Pakenham during June.
The Department of Human Services has announced changes to its services in Albury-Wodonga.