The Victorian State Budget was released yesterday, with minor implications for the NHCP and major implications for occasional childcare:
Rally on the steps of Parliament on Thursday 30 June from 1-2pm to call on the state government to reinstate funding for occasional child care services.
Occasional child care providers, parents, kids, carers and supporters will rally on the steps of the Victorian Parliament this Thursday to protest against funding cuts that leave more than 50 servi
150 Neighbourhood House Occasional child care providers, parents, carers, kids and supporters from across Victoria gathered in winter sunshine at State Parliament on June 30 to voice concern over d
Help save Neighbourhood House Occasional Childcare by participating in Operation Big Fridge an idea from Southport Playcentre.
Tue, 26/07/2011 - 12:00 - Fri, 26/08/2011 - 17:00
A nationwide petition calling on the Federal Government to restore occasional childcare funding across the country was launched in Warrnambool late last month.
Last week Federal Minister for Employment Participation and Child Care Kate Ellis MP announced the creation of more than 1,500 new occasional and in-home child care places.
ANHLC and several ANHLC members were mentioned in Federal Parliament this month when Shadow Childcare Minister Sussan Ley tabled a private member’s motion calling on the Federal government to resto
A report into government services released this week has undermined claims by the State Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development, Wendy Lovell, that child care is solely a Federal Gove
Professional development workshops for services operating under the Victorian children’s services legislation will be held around the state in March and April 2012.
Mon, 05/03/2012 - 10:00 - Mon, 30/04/2012 - 13:00