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Brendon Hyndman asks if it's time for the government to roll out a national policy on heat protection?
Is Sky News the Australian version of Fox News? Well, yes and no, writes Denis Muller.
Heatwaves across much of the country this summer have revealed a serious problem with our national housing stock, writes Wendy Miller.
Shared ownership offers many of the advantages of full home ownership to people who otherwise would not be able to afford it, writes Ilan Wiesel and Karen R. Fisher.
The South Australian government will introduce from July a ‘point-of-consumption tax’ to claw back some of the gambling tax revenue it is seeing disappear over the border.
This article outlines research which shows that ensuring adequate amenities in regions is a key factor in converting long-distance commuters into migrants to that region.
Much like Australia, the UK has a serious problem with housing affordability and supply.
For people with dementia, robots can provide companionship, improve safety in the home, and help with therapy. But how can we ensure that caregiving robots – be they humanoid like Sato or Romeo,...
John Spoehr looks at the challenges for South Australia with the approaching closure of the automotive industry.
Although few pay for news in Australia, The New York Times' is pushing into the country's fracturing newspaper market.