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Albanese Government

Investing in our aged care future – ACCPA presents pre-Budget submission

The continuation of once-in-a-generation aged care reform following the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is critical in being able to achieve the kind of care and support older Australians both need and deserve, the Aged & Community Care Providers Association says.

Inquiry into COVID pandemic response ‘in the not too distant future’

A probe into Australia's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic will likely begin once the country emerges from recent waves of the virus.

Chronic disease at tipping point, Government must act: PHAA

The Public Health Association of Australia has backed a new report from the Grattan Institute, agreeing that Australia is headed for a chronic disease nightmare unless the Federal Government acts.

Govt funding boost for research targeting better health outcomes for women

The Albanese Government is investing more than $24 million in health and medical research focusing on women’s health to develop targeted treatments and improve health outcomes.

Nation’s heavyweight states ramp up pressure for Medicare, NDIS and aged care fix

Victoria and NSW have combined to ramp up pressure on the Federal Government to overhaul Australia's ailing primary care network through National Cabinet this year.

Prime minister calls new workplace laws a ‘win-win’ for workers and employers

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has labelled an overhaul of workplace laws, which is set to enshrine multi-employer bargaining, as a "win-win" for workers and employers.

Labor’s hoped-for industrial relations changes facing stumbling blocks

Key crossbench MPs have grilled federal officials at a last-minute hearing into the Albanese Government's workplace relations overhaul bill.

Registered nurses encouraged to apply for payment to reward clinical skills and leadership

The Albanese Government is delivering a payment to registered nurses who work for the same aged care employer for 12 months, in recognition of the integral role registered nurses play in delivering high quality care for our older Australians.

HELP debt wiped for doctors and nurse practitioners working in rural and remote locations

A doctor or nurse practitioner who lives and works in the most remote parts of Australia will have their HELP debt wiped under legislation being introduced by the Albanese Government.

Cheaper medicine for thousands of seniors as Govt delivers on election promises

Thousands of seniors will be able to access cheaper medicines and doctor visits thanks to relaxed income tests for health concession cards.

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