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A Shorten Labor Government will deliver an additional 100 Department of Human Services (DHS) jobs for the Northern Territory if it is successful at the federal election on 18 May. This election is a choice between better quality and access to services versus the Liberals cruel cuts and chaos. The additional 100 permanent and full-time
A Shorten Labor Government will address overcrowding and create jobs in remote Indigenous communities with a $1.5 billion, ten-year investment. Housing shortages and chronic overcrowding contribute to poor outcomes in health, education, employment and community safety for residents living in remote communities. In 2014-15, more than half of Indigenous Australians in very remote areas lived
A Shorten Labor Government will provide $40 million over four years to emergency relief organisations across the country, including over $1 million for organisations that deliver services in Darwin and across the Northern Territory. The Morrison Liberal Government is slashing funding to vital emergency relief services. This election will be a choice between a Shorten
A Shorten Labor Government will invest $5 million to transform the 30-year-old Katherine Pool. Making the commitment in Katherine today, the Deputy Labor Leader, Tanya Plibersek, said the funding will build a new waterpark and lagoon at Katherine Pool. “There will be a new kids pool, a toddler play pool, and a separate waterplay area