The ACT Government has introduced a ‘precautionary’ $1.25 million hardship fund to support local workers without access to sick leave who may be forced to quarantine.
The ACT Government is extending a range of economic survival measures to help local businesses continue to trade and keep Canberrans employed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ACT Government will provide additional support to help Canberra’s sports sector meet the challenges of COVID-19 while ensuring the community can continue to enjoy being active.
The Mental Health Foundation Australia is encouraging the Australian public to support and buy Australian made products to boost employment which can reduce mental health issues.
Jerrabomberra mother of three, Janet Drew, has been living with multiple sclerosis for 26 years, having been diagnosed while pregnant with her first child.
Further rental and rates relief for local tenants and landlords at an estimated cost to taxpayers of $25 million over six months is being added to more than $350 million in ACT Government economic survival measures introduced over the past 10 weeks.
The ACT Government has established a new COVID-19 Helpline to assist Canberrans with the challenges of the current pandemic.
COVID-19 patients in the ACT who don't require hospital admission are now able to receive clinical support from the Weston Creek Walk-in Centre, which was recently confirmed as a dedicated Respiratory Assessment...
Sexual assault and family violence support organisations in the ACT remain open while demand for their services increases due to COVID-19 restrictions.