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$1-MILLION TO BOOST HOMELESS SERVICES ACROSS THE NEW ENGLAND

The Federal Government has pledged almost $1-million to the New England area to support those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

The funds will go to ‘reconnect’ services, helping stabilise the lives of vulnerable people and keep them connected with their families, education and employment.

The funding for the services will be spent over the next five years.

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About Amelia Bernasconi

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Hailing from Scone in the Upper Hunter, Amelia is based at our North West bureau in Tamworth. She joined NBN News in June, 2017 and graduated with a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) from Charles Sturt University later that year.

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