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We've heard a lot lately about the ill health and social difficulties of Aboriginal communities in some remote regions of the country and the government's response to them. What we haven't heard much about is how the environment in which Indigenous people live: the houses,...
Paul Pholeros has spent three decades working on indigenous housing. He talks about why housing for Aboriginal Australians is still in such a dire state and what's needed to improve it?
Professor Patrick Troy explores the many different approaches of the Commonwealth toward housing policy since the 1940s; from the post war reconstruction initiatives – to questioning the current trend towards densification.
His big question is whether affordable housing is a basic right here in...
A Senate committee's told the Government to reverse its budget cuts to legal services because they are increasing the danger of domestic violence.
The interim report was released on 19 March to pressure the Government as it prepares its next budget.
By 2050 a quarter of our population will be over sixty-five but we'll be living longer and with different expectations of life in our latter years. We explore the options of how to live and where to live beyond the conventional choices of downsizing the...
Some towns and areas in regional Australia are facing price rises and property shortages that are making them unaffordable for the people what want to live there. Joining us to discuss this matter is Professor Andrew Beer is Dean of Research and Innovation at the...