•   
  •   

Australia Generous Australian man hands out $100 cash to workers queuing outside Centrelink

03:42  27 march  2020
03:42  27 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Australia, New Zealand dollars struggle, more policy stimulus unveiled

  Australia, New Zealand dollars struggle, more policy stimulus unveiled Australia, New Zealand dollars struggle, more policy stimulus unveiledThe Aussie crawled up to $0.6112 after touching an 11-year trough of $0.60765 on Monday, when global financial markets sank further, forcing distressed selling of profitable assets to cover losses elsewhere.

A generous Australian man has handed out $ 100 cash to each one of the hundreds of jobless workers waiting outside the Centrelink office in Melbourne's Box Hill. The good Samaritan, John, gave each person in line at Centrelink Box Hill a $ 100 note after driving past the office and 'feeling sick to

Pictures of Australians queuing up outside Centrelink offices and at shops indicate many either do not know about new social distancing directives or are paying no heed to them. Photographs from Brunswick, in Melbourne's inner north, early on Tuesday morning showed people lining up shoulder to

People are seen queuing outside a Centrelink office in Brunswick, Melbourne, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Centrelink offices around Australia have been inundated with people attempting to register for the Jobseeker allowance in the wake of business closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. © AAP Image/Stefan Postles People are seen queuing outside a Centrelink office in Brunswick, Melbourne, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Centrelink offices around Australia have been inundated with people attempting to register for the Jobseeker allowance in the wake of business closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A generous Australian man has handed out $100 cash to each one of the hundreds of jobless workers waiting outside the Centrelink office in Melbourne's Box Hill.

The good Samaritan, John, gave each person in line at Centrelink Box Hill a $100 note after driving past the office and 'feeling sick to his stomach'.

'It was all made up': Seized cash was coke money, court told

  'It was all made up': Seized cash was coke money, court told Lawyer Michael Croke has pleaded not guilty to perverting the course of justice, giving police false information and knowingly or recklessly helping a criminal group. The jury has heard Mr Croke coached witnesses to tell police a false story in order to recover a bag containing $702,000 in cash that was seized from personal trainer Sean Carolan who was staying in Sydney's upmarket Hilton Hotel in August 2011.Once known as "O-Dog", Hanson told the jury he is serving a sentence of 21 years and 3 months in a Californian prison after pleading guilty to cocaine trafficking including to Australia.

We deliver Centrelink social security payments and services to Australians . Centrelink , Medicare, and Child Support online accounts and the Express Plus Centrelink , Medicare, and Child Support mobile apps are currently experiencing intermittent issues.

Georgia Mascarenhas queued up for hours outside Centrelink on Tuesday after losing her job when her generous father Kevin secretly purchased coffees for the unemployed strangers waiting in line with her (pictured together). The 22-year-old was unable to return to work on Monday after the Australian

'These people need instant pain relief. They can't wait for tomorrow or the day after,' he told 3AW.

Pictures: Communities come together amid coronavirus

Victorian government announces $550 million package for small and medium businesses

  Victorian government announces $550 million package for small and medium businesses The State Government announces a plan to help keep businesses afloat with a multi-million-dollar cash injection for more than 20,000 small and medium businesses.On Saturday, the Andrews Government will announce a business survival package that will provide businesses with more than $550 million in payroll tax refunds to help them survive the impacts of COVID-19 and keep their workers employed.

Welfare queues stretch for hours, some return to wait again the next day. You will still get fined for parking The queue from the Hollywood Avenue Centrelink office in Bondi Junction around the corner to In Bondi Junction, NSW, on Tuesday, parking police were observed outside the Officeworks

The research predicted 100 ,000 Australians in those sectors would lose their jobs during the next 18 months. Government Services Minister Stuart Robert said 2.8 million people accessed Centrelink to claim unemployment welfare on Wednesday alone, with that tally also including those on the pension.

a person preparing food in a box: Jared Goldwire, of Tacoma, a defensive end on the University of Louisville football team, and Robert Christopher III of Seattle, organize food donations at the Emergency Feeding Program of Seattle and King County to hand out at a drive-through pick up amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Renton, Washington, March 16, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Redmond

'Their Centrelink payments aren't until next week. They need to put food in the table tonight.'

The kind-hearted man has urged other wealthy Australians to donate cash to those waiting outside Centrelink.

'My heart just goes out to these people who are really suffering,' he said.

'The gratitude, the tears in peoples' eyes, it was unbelievable.'

Full coverage: Read more on coronavirus from Microsoft News
Explainers: Health, life and work in the time of COVID-19
Donate: Support UNICEF's coronavirus response effort through Benevity
More info: Read the latest advice on COVID-19 from the Australian Government

Young people 'paid more not being at work than being at work' with JobKeeper cash .
Political strategist Grahame Morris believes the government's JobKeeper paycheck guarantee is "extraordinarily generous," saying there will be a lot of young people "getting paid more not to work than they would have been had they been at work".Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday revealed his government will pay employers to keep their staff on to avoid a mass exodus in the workforce that could see more than a million Australians out of work.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 3
This is interesting!