The tax advantages of housing offend against justice on every count, writes Anthony Asher.
Market-led housing strategies are leaving lower-paid CBD workers struggling with long commutes and businesses at risk of labour shortages, write Ryan Van den Nouwelant and Laura Crommelin.
Providing temporary housing after the Fiji cyclone might indulge our ‘saviour mentality’ but the long-term solution lies in mobilising communities to rebuild their own homes, argues David Sanderson.
Widespread speculation that other banks will follow Westpac’s interest rate rise is already having a dampening effect on house prices, says UNSW's Nigel Stapledon.
Two visions of the 'new economy', one based on environmental and social justice values, the other on disruptive technologies, are coming together to challenge the status quo, writes Bronwen Morgan.
Housing has become just another investment asset – but the consequences are unsettling.
More support is needed to help people find accomodation and work before the National Disability Insurance Scheme can be rolled out in 2018, UNSW research shows.
Urban planning needs to address key barriers to downsizing, with fewer than one in 10 older people currently moving to smaller homes.
Australian attitudes towards people with a disability are still largely negative, a Social Policy Research Centre project has found.
A new funding model for Australians with disabilities can improve their quality of life, a Social Policy Research Centre report has found.