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“It’s too important to ignore”- PM Albanese declares healthcare system reform as top priority, vows to work cooperatively with states

Prioritising putting "patients at the centre", Prime Minster Anthony Albanese has vowed to cooperate with state and territory governments to reform the healthcare system from the ground up.

Dietitians ready to support Govt to serve up better food and nutrition in aged care

Dietitians Australia says it has been pleasing to hear the Prime Minister and Minister for Aged Care voice their commitment to improving food and nutrition as part of their five-point plan for turning aged care around in Australia.

PM says minimum wage rise the right decision, business groups disagree

The Fair Work Commission's decision to increase the minimum wage by 5.2 per cent was the correct one,  despite the concerns raised by business groups, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says.

Sorry Prime Minister, but you were far from the one who ‘blew the whistle’ on the aged care crisis

On Sunday night during Nine’s 60 Minutes - The Great Debate 2022, Prime Minister Scott Morrison claimed it was he who ‘blew the whistle’ on the aged care crisis. Virtually everyone in the industry begs to differ. BIANCA ROBERTS investigates

PM describes Australian aged care as ‘world standard’

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia's aged care system is seen as a global standard, with the Government working to introduce round the clock nurses in facilities by 2025.

Govt queried as thousands yet to receive aged care bonus

Less than half of aged care workers eligible for Federal Government bonuses have received their first payment under the scheme.

Federal Labor pledges aged care reform as election looms

Anthony Albanese has pledged $2.5 billion to help the country's aged care sector, as the Labor leader made the case in his budget reply speech to become the nation's next prime minister.

Morrison says military not an aged care silver bullet

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has insisted bringing defence force personnel into aged care facilities as an additional workforce would not be a silver bullet to fix issues in the sector.

Qld aged care deaths revealing boosters lag, laments deputy premier

Queensland deputy premier Steven Miles has called out PM Scott Morrison for not ensuring the aged care sector had received third doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. "There is no explanation for why so many people in aged care are double vaccinated but not boosted when the Prime Minister said they would be," Miles said.

Heated debate continues to rage over compulsory aged care vaccinations

Making the COVID-19 jab compulsory for all nursing home workers could tip an already strained sector over the edge, union leaders fear.

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