Up to 13 weeks income support is now available for those worst-hit by the bushfires in the Cootamundra-Gundagai, Goulburn Mulwaree and Wagga Wagga council areas.
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) has welcomed the State Government’s decision to cover the costs of council rates, providing some relief to bushfire affected councils and their communities.
Up to 13 weeks income support is now available for those worst-hit by the bushfires in the Gladstone, Gympie and Ipswich council areas.
Australia’s property industry is supporting emergency relief efforts and is also preparing to provide practical support for the long process of recovery and reconstruction for bushfire-affected communities.
Service NSW will connect people with Customer Care specialists who can check their eligibility and help them access support.
The NSW Government will coordinate the clean-up of both insured and uninsured properties destroyed by the bushfires.
Payments of $1000 per adult and $400 per child are now available to those worst-hit by the bushfires in the local government area of Snowy Valleys in NSW.
Community recovery assistance has been extended for bushfire-hit communities in the Bega Valley, Eurobodalla, Queanbeyan-Palerang, Shoalhaven, Snowy Monaro, Snowy Valleys and Mid-Western council areas.
Disaster assistance has been made available in the Livingstone and Noosa Shires to assist communities hit by November’s (2019) Queensland bushfires.
Disaster assistance has been made available for the local government areas of Maranoa and Paroo in Southern Queensland after storms, heavy rain and isolated flooding in late April (2019).