The Hon Bill Shorten MP
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The Albanese Government wants to reunite Aussies with $234 million in unclaimed Medicare benefits. All you need to do is check your bank account details are up to date on the myGov website or in the app before the holidays.
The Australian Government’s commitment to stopping fraud is helping to protect the funding that supports Australians living with disability and saving the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) millions of dollars, NDIS Minister Bill Shorten MP said today.
Today the Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and Minister for Government Services, officially opened the Hearing Australia Figtree centre in New South Wales.
Patrick Dodson is an incredible Australian and a distinguished Yawuru man.
Some things in life are worth fighting for and I believe the National Disability Insurance Scheme is worth doing everything we can to ensure it is there for future generations of Australians.
Australians are big fans of internal migration. We love to get away. In Victoria it’s usually up north to places like Noosa, the Sunshine Coast, the Central Coast or anywhere where the water is warmer. In Perth it’s to Bali; or in Canberra to anywhere there isn’t a politician.
Minister Shorten gave a Ministerial Address to the House of Representatives, outlining the findings of the Ashton Review
Minister Shorten gave a Ministerial Address at Old Parliament House in Canberra, outlining the future of government services reforms.
Minister Shorten gave a Ministerial Address at the launch of National Multicultural Mental Health Month in Canberra, outlining the role of the NDIS in providing mental health support to people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Minister Shorten discusses $230 million in Medicare benefits owed to 1 million Australians, the NDIS review, state government input into disability services, NDIA data breach and Senator Van.
Minister Shorten interviews host Neil Mitchell on 3AW Radio Melbourne.
Minister Shorten discusses the Detainee escape, High Court decision and Neil Mitchell retirement.