Australians who are poor, male, Aboriginal, or live in a rural remote area are much more likely to die than their wealthy, female, non-Aboriginal, urban… Read More
We have a chance to make a big difference to the availability of social and affordable housing in NSW.
Community transport is one step closer to official recognition as a public passenger service following the successful passage of the Passenger Transport Bill 2014 through… Read More
Proposed changes to vehicle registration in NSW favouring safer, greener cars, would also see the introduction of continuous registration.
During Homelessness Persons’ Week (4-10 August), the sector is emphasising that homelessness causes devastating personal harm to individuals, significantly impacts on society more generally and… Read More
A recent Federal Court decision has opened up the door for more organisations to access both PBI status, gaining exemption from fringe benefits tax, and… Read More
It’s with great excitement that I introduce myself today. By now many of you will know that as of June 30 I took on the… Read More
Should children with disability be able to catch the bus with their friends? And how long should it take till school buses are made accessible… Read More
NCOSS presented its analysis of human services spending in the 2014-15 NSW Budget at a well-attended community sector seminar on 25 June 2014.