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New South Wales has once again taken pole position as the nation's top economic performer. In fact, the state is enjoying its biggest economic lead in fifteen years. But will today's gain be tomorrow's pain?
The latest Commsec State of the States report has...
The eviction of social housing tenants from Sydney's CBD is nearly complete. The NSW government says it will build over a thousand houses elsewhere with the $500 million raised. But the sell-off has come at a social cost, and at the loss of an architecturally...
It's no secret that house prices in Australia are growing at an explosive rate, but what are the social costs of high house prices?
Housing is now seen as a key wealth generator and a driver of the economy. Has it always been seen...
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...
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.
Is the National-led government's desire to step away from state housing just ideological, or will it work and give the thousands of people on housing waiting lists a place to call home?
As the government moves to sell off more than twenty thousand state...
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...
An agreement on Universal Housing Design proposes that in ten years' time all new houses, including those on sprawling housing estates, will have some noticeable differences.
They won't have front steps, for starters. They'll have wide hallways, and a big bathroom downstairs with a...
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?