Centrelink’s mutual obligation requirements for job seekers – suspended after coronavirus restrictions crippled businesses nationwide – will begin to resume from next week, amid questions over how it will run and how businesses will cope with an expected influx of job applicants.
Aged care advocates have raised concerns about a rise in elder abuse referrals amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including finance and health. Who’s who on the Corporate Ladder? Read on.
The Ceduna Airport is set to remain open as it undergoes construction to refresh the terminal building, with works due to begin next month.
In the wake of Ann-Marie Smith’s death, disability campaigners have called for greater advocacy and simplified processes within the NDIS, saying without quick change the federal scheme risks becoming “a dual-track system” which may entrench disadvantage.
Disability rights advocates have questioned why Ann-Marie Smith only had one support worker to ensure her welfare across seven days a week, saying it should have raised “huge red flags” about her level of care.