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2019-03-26 00:00:00

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, Minister for the Environment Melissa Price, Minister for Education Dan Tehan and Minister for Families and Social Services Paul Fletcher announce a range of new support measures for North Queensland flood recovery. These include weather radars, school funding support and financial assistance for isolated families, totalling almost $33 million.

2019-02-08 00:00:00

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Queensland Premier  Annastacia Palaszczuk announce the jointly-funded Special Disaster Assistance Recovery Grants for primary producers will increase from $25,000 to up to $75,000 for flood-affected primary producers. The Prime Minister and Queensland Premier also announce $3 million for mental health services.

2019-02-06 00:00:00

Then Assistant Minister for Home Affairs, Senator Linda Reynolds announces a range of measures to support flood-affected families in North Queensland, including: Emergency Hardship Assistance payments; Essential Services Hardship Assistance grants; Essential Household Contents grants; Structural Assistance grants; Essential Services Safety and Reconnection Scheme; Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment; and Australian Government Disaster Recovery A

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