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July 22, 2018
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Thousands of extra childcare places will be offered to familiesunder a federal Budget plan to get more people from welfare towork. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 April, 2005)
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John Howard says childcare places will be expanded this year aspart of a package to get more sole parents into work. (The Age — 14 April, 2005)
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Thousands of extra care places for outside school hours will be offered to families under a federal budget initiative to encourage parents to move from welfare to work. (The Australian — 14 April, 2005)
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Increasing childcare resources will assist moves to get singlemothers into work, Family and Community Services Minister KayPatterson said. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 April, 2005)
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John Howard has backed a plan to boost outside school hours care to help sole parents make the switch from welfare back into the workforce. (The Australian — 15 April, 2005)
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Proposed changes to Australias welfare system will be discussed by Cabinet today as the Federal Government looks at ways to encourage people off welfare and back into the work force Government mi (ABC News — 15 April, 2005)
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The federal government should use incentives to get single parentsand the disabled into the workforce, not force them, the AustralianDemocrats say. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 hours ago)
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Putting more money into child care to help single parents find jobsand offering employers incentives to take on disabled workers arecentral to the Federal Government’s welfare-to-work plans. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 April, 2005)
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Recipients of disability and sole parent pensions deemed by thegovernment to be ‘work ready’ will have their future benefits cutin a new plan. (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 April, 2005)
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Federal government plans to cut pensions will simply create a newtype of dole for disability pensioners and single parents, Laborsays. (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 April, 2005)
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Employers would be paid wage subsidies for up to six months to hirethe long-term jobless under a new plan to cut unemployment queues. (The Age — 15 April, 2005)
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