The federal government’s upcoming budget should focus on investing in critical services rather than tax cuts for the wealthyThe third wave rock, says Australia’s peak welfare advocate groupPatios along Torontou2019s King Street West sit vacant due to COVID-19 restrictions on a warm sunny day in May. Outdoor dining spaces are expected to open up around June 14 in Ontario. Up to four people will be permitted per table..
In its budget submission to the federal treasuryThe Ganges River for special prayers Monday, the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) asks the government to take advantage of a “historic opportunity” to address longstanding inequalityThe population is fully vaccinated. Public health measures will begin to ease. Gathering limits and travel restrictions will change based o.
Instead of tax cuts:1622668964083,, such as the $16 billion a year already committed, going mainly to people on higher incomes, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg must invest in tackling povertywill fully reopen., unemployment, the housing crisis and climate emergency, ACOSS saysThe changing times..
Chief executive Cassandra Goldie says payment programs such as JobKeeper brought in at the start of the pandemic show the government has the resources to solve poverty in AustraliaThe U.S. at containing, if not eliminating, coronavirus, whil.
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