The latest regional snapshot shines the light on poverty and inequality in New South Wales

More than 9,800 children are living below the poverty line in the Mid North Coast, according to a new report.

New South Wales Council of Social Services (NCOSS) have released findings of a report which aims to find ways to help alleviate poverty and inequality in the state.

“We heard about what would make a real difference in these areas, that a one size fits all approach does not work, and that we need to be inclusive and celebrate our diversity,” NCOSS chief executive officer Tracey Howe said.

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