The federal Labor government will hire 3,000 new staff to "improve" Australia's welfare and public health services, Centrelink and Medicare.
The government will inject $228 million of taxpayer funds into Services Australia to cover the new frontline and service delivery staff at the agencies.
The thousands of new workers will work in "smart centres" in capital cities and regional centres. Centrelink provides welfare payments for job seekers, students, pensioners, carers, families, and people with disabilities.
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