Mobile Centrelink, Medicare services to hit the coast in December | The lawyer


Regional areas in Tasmania will have increased access to Centrelink and Medicare services in the coming weeks, with the federal mobile service center Bluegum making its way across the state. Having been up and running in the south for the past few days, the service will travel to the West Coast and Northwest and NBN Co from December 1st to 16th to ensure regional and rural communities stay connected. RELATED: West Coast Mayor Shane Pitt Criticizes Commonwealth Bank Community’s “Failure” Tasmanian Prime Minister Peter Gutwein said the pop-up mobile service centers would prevent residents from traveling long distances to access government services, including driver’s license and vehicle registrations, bill payments, and working with Vulnerable People Checks. “While our personal services are easily available to many Tasmanians, we know that distance can be an obstacle for those living in more remote areas,” Gutwein said. “I encourage Tasmanians in these areas to check times online and use these services when they need them.” Services Australia and Service Tasmania mobile timetables can be found on their respective websites. Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:


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