Australian state governments are struggling to meet growing demand for low-cost housing as cost-of-living pressure rises.
In the first week of the campaign we journeyed around the country with a team of politics experts. Now we retrace our steps to look at what’s happened since.
Localised data on alcohol-related harm and licensed outlets will help decisions on new liquor licences maintain a health focus.
In Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, housing cooperatives help both renters and those wanting to own a secure, high-quality home. Better housing options for Australia are waiting in plain sight.
The Paul Ramsay Foundation donation supports the Culturally Nourishing Schooling project and is the largest ever received by UNSW Sydney’s School of Education.
New research shows that a transition to renewable energy alone is not fast enough to keep global temperatures below 2050 target levels.
You might be surprised to know that many unemployed Australians are not on unemployment benefits. And then came COVID – which saw a big shift in how many people were able and willing to claim.
Even with the latest small increase, JobSeeker remains low by overseas standards – and, on one measure, it’s the lowest in the OECD.
Navigating the NDIS can be a bureaucratic nightmare for participants. Labor has pledged to review the system if elected.
Kate Grenville suggests we read Elizabeth Macarthur’s letters as ‘a wonderful piece of fiction, sustained over sixty years’. They were exercises in doubleness, concealment, and delicious irony.