Today’s media update leads with a question mark over funding for the health costs of Victoria’s Forgotten Australians. Affordable housing, the human rights charter, a Warrnambool service review and Rainbow Hair for Foster Care also feature.
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- Money runs out for former wards’ health bills, The Age, 19 September 2011
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- Housing getting less affordable all over Australia, ABC Radio National AM, 19 September 2011
Review of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities
- Baillieu intervenes to keep rights charter, The Sunday Age, 18 September 2011
CSO service reviews
- Community Connections chief speaks, The Standard, 17 September 2011
Rainbow Hair for Foster Care
- Rainbow Hair for Foster Care, GiveNow.com.au, 16 September 2011
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