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This paper considers the economic processes shaping the future of settlement in Australia and argues that complex forces are at work, and that towns and regions that can identify and develop new industries have considerable potential for growth. The paper begins by discussing the evidence...
Young people facing or experiencing homelessness in rural Australia have very different experiences to their urban contemporaries. The Foyer model is one response that could help young rural people establish themselves, without relocating them to cities away from their support networks writes Bill Randolph in...
Andrew Beer, Debbie Faulkner and Michelle Gabriel find that a number of overlapping processes have contributed to changes in ‘housing careers’ or housing consumption patterns in recent years, which have seen, for example, a growing number of individuals living with their parents into their 20s...
This research set out to establish an evidence base around public and private sector rental evictions in Australia that will assist in the formulation of policies and strategies that reduce the cost burden of evictions on housing providers and managers.