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As we celebrate NAIDOC Week 8-15 July we continue to hear from the banking Royal Commission about the unscrupulous and aggressive behaviour of businesses targeting Indigenous groups and the use of pressure tactics to sell unnecessary insurance or funeral policies and even cars, luring them into other long term debt scenarios. The Commission sitting through a long list of phone recordings with appalling examples of unfair pressure used by these companies on indigenous and remote families. Some even cloaking themselves with a hint of indigenous namesakes such as the Aboriginal Community Benefit Fund, which has no connection to the Aboriginal Community. Most people in the room visibly shocked by the extent of the deception perpetrated by these companies and individuals.
"You don't know what you don't know"The Affordable SA Program is a suite of services that provide information, increased knowledge and easy connection to access relevant services that will help to support you with the cost of living pressures.With multiple access points facilitated by The Salvation Army, essential service information is available for free through the download of the Affordable SA App (available at the App Store and Google Play), www.affordablesa.com.au and through the Affordable SA Helpline 1800 025 539.The helpline service is available from 9.30am to 8pm Monday to Thursday an...Read More
Carrington Cottages is accommodation for single men 45+ that are homeless. No referral required just call the office number.
Bread, fruit and vegetables with groceries at a cheap service fee.
MEGA provides all mothers, grandmothers and mothers to be, of all backgrounds with access to free and low cost exercise options.All MEGA events are facilitated by volunteer mums who are just as keen as you to encourage others to get out and about and into a healthier lifestyle.The events are also child friendly (unless otherwise advertised) so not only are you able to bring your children to events, you are also introducing them to exercise and encouraging the next generation into a healthy living.Most importantly MEGA aims to provide a supportive and encouraging environment. They won’t judge...
Over winter the Strath Neighbourhood Centre invites you to bring a friend and come and share a light lunch of home made soup and toast or bread roll.
You may be eligible for the general remission and/or a concession (maximum of $46 per year) on the ESL applied to your principal place of residence if you Are the titled owner of the property or hold a life interest in the property and Hold one of the following cards:Pensioner Concession CardGold Repatriation Health Card (TPI, EDA or War Widow) from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs-- Gold Card from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs issued to a person with 80 or more overall impairment points under the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004Commonwealth Seniors Health CardLo...