'Welfare cuts may leave 500,000 young people in need of emergency aid: Department of Social Services' - by Naomi Woodley, political reporter for ABC news

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More than half a million young people may require some form of emergency assistance in the next four years because of the budget's planned changes to unemployment benefits.  The Department of Social Services has told a parliamentary committee the budget includes almost $230 million to help people with food, utility bills and other essential services.

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Welfare cuts may leave 500,000 young people in need of emergency aid: Department of Social Services - Naomi Woodley

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