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The government has again rescued the childcare sector from collapse. But short-term fixes still leave it at risk

By Peter Hurley, Policy Fellow, Mitchell Institute, Victoria University
Hannah Matthews, Policy Fellow, Mitchell Institute for Health and Education, Victoria University
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The government is paying childcare services in hot-spots 25% of pre-pandemic revenue. But without parents’ fees, the sector is still in a tough position.

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