Minister for Disability Services, Ray Williams today announced more than $40 million for Ability Links, a program helping people with disability connect to the community.
A record number of seniors are recovering from a jam-packed 12 days of entertainment, arts, dance, sports and cultural activities, as the 60th NSW Seniors Festival wraps up for another year.
The excavators have rolled on site and demolition work has commenced on the biggest social and affordable housing renewal development in Australia – the Ivanhoe Estate.
The NSW Government has committed $13.9 million to support vulnerable children and young people at risk of homelessness access support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Using smart phones, internet banking and search engines will all become a breeze for NSW seniors taking part in the 2018 Tech Savvy Seniors Roadshow, with new lessons on offer to encourage more seniors than ever to dive into the digital age.
Minister responsible for Youth, Ray Williams joined 150 young people at a forum in Parliament House to launch NSW Youth Week 2018.
New social connections and additional income are among the benefits waiting for seniors across the State as the NSW Government partners with home sharing platform Airbnb.
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