Thousands of childcare places made as Matt Kean delivers new childcare policy saving parents $4000

Private operators in NSW will be pushed to compete for funds in a bid to create tens of thousands of new childcare places where they are most needed.

Treasurer Matt Kean unveiled the policy to address a lack of accessible and affordable child care that he says is ‘a huge barrier to women participating in the economy’.

The state will spend $775 million over the next four years, but could fork out up to $5 billion in the next decade, dependent on future advice.

Mr Kean announced the policy at a…

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