GOOD NEWS... Pastoral care workers Tamika King, Wallaroo Mines Primary and Moonta Area Schools, and Jane Agnew, Kadina Memorial School, are pleased with the federal government’s decision to extend funding for the National School Chaplaincy Program. GOOD NEWS... Pastoral care workers Tamika King, Wallaroo Mines Primary and Moonta Area Schools, and Jane Agnew, Kadina Memorial School, are pleased with the federal government’s decision to extend funding for the National School Chaplaincy Program.

Budget delivers on health and tax

TAX relief for low and middle income earners, changes to superannuation and Youth Allowance, and rural health are being spruiked as the big wins in this year’s federal budget.

Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey said the budget, released Tuesday, May 8, offered opportunities for our region.

“This budget is a responsible, measured plan for all Australians and will pave the way forward to budget surplus,” Mr Ramsey said.

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