Shelter Tas eNews

  • Thursday 22nd December

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  • Friday 16th December 2016

    After a collaborative effort across our membership, this year’s Budget Submission has now been lodged.  Thanks to our many contributors, the Submis
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  • NPAH Funding Decision

    Shelter Tas welcomes a 12 month homelessness funding extension, but longer term solutions are needed. Read more…
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  • NPAH Funding Update

    Shelter Tas has joined with National Shelter and Homelessness Australia, calling for everyone to join the campaign to save the National Partnership A
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  • NPAH Funding Special Edition

    Housing Ministers will meet in Sydney this Friday 4th November to decide on the future of the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH), w
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  • 27th October 2016

    Federal, State and Territory housing ministers will be meeting on 4th November to consider the future of the National Partnership Agreement on Homeles
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  • 24th October 2016

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  • 26th September 2016

    Housing Tas has provided an update on progress made towards the Affordable Housing Action Plan 2015-2019. “The Tasmanian Government has committe
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  • 2nd September 2016

    The NPAH is critical to funding programs and services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness across Australia. Under the Agreement, th
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  • Homelessness Week Edition

    Homelessness Week will be held from 1-7 August this year. In 2016, the theme of the Week is #homelessnesscounts, which highlights that the lives of p
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  • 7th July 2016

    Shelter Tas was pleased to be consulted by the City of Hobart on its draft Housing and Homelessness Strategy, and now on its finalisation. We welcome
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  • Vote Home Campaign Update

    This week The Project’s Waleed Aly dissected party policy to decipher which has the best housing policy in the lead up to the federal election. Aly
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  • Vote Home Campaign Update

    Thank you for your continued support of the Vote Home campaign this election. For many, the housing crisis means going without after paying too much i
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  • Vote Home Campaign Update

    Thank you for your support of the petition asking for a commitment to halve homelessness by 2025. Another important Vote Home petition has now been la
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  • 7th June 2016

    The 2016-17 State budget was announced on May 26th, with some good news for the housing and homelessness sector. Shelter Tas welcomed the State gover
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  • Vote Home Campaign Update

    Australia is in the midst of a housing crisis, with house prices and rents rapidly increasing, and people paying so much for housing that they are for
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  • Vote Home this Election!

    We’ve all seen the news: stories about rapidly rising house costs and rentals, and calls for the government to cut taxes that favour investment in h
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  • Election Update 2016

    National Shelter, Homelessness Australia and the Community Housing Industry Association have jointly written a letter encouraging supporters to join t
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  • Monday 9th May 2016

    Federal Budget 2016 National Shelter has responded to this week’s federal budget announcement’s with a media release, ‘Budget ignores ho
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  • Monday 18th April 2016

    Expressions of Interest for Certificate IV and Diploma of Social Housing Courses Are you interested in participating in accredited training leading to
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  • Wednesday 23rd March 2016

    Federal Financial Relations Affordable Housing Working Group National Shelter recently made a submission to the Council on Federal Financial Relations
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  • Friday 4th March 2016

    Tas Audit Office Reports The Tasmanian Audit Office has released reports on the Provision of Social Housing, and on the Funding of Common Ground Tas
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  • Friday 5th February 2016

    Shelter Tas Executive Committee for 2016 In our first eNews of the year, Shelter Tas welcomes you back after the holiday season. We are pleased to sta
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