Fewer young people have the means to buy their first home, but is there a way to shortcut a failing system?
Our largest cities are central to achieving sustainability in a time of climate change. The federal government has begun to act on the need for coherent urban policies.
Misconceptions and a lack of targeted teacher training prevent us from identifying and supporting our gifted students, says an expert from UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture.
Research points to government intervention during the pandemic adversely impacting first home ownership.
Human civilisation is headed for collapse. Collectively, we are pushing planet Earth beyond the limits of endurance. There has to be a better way. Now a new book makes the case for systemic change.
Research suggests housing affordability is a major issue for teachers and may exacerbate the shortage crisis further.
Despite government intervention to reduce electricity prices, energy regulators indicate power bills will still increase this year.
If people with disability can’t access the NDIS, they’re often left without any services or supports. This needs to change.
Misunderstanding the link between our actions and consequences could be what makes giving up harmful habits so difficult, study shows.
We wanted to quantify what social factors increase a person’s chance of ending up in prison, and to use that to improve policy and reduce the harms and costs of incarceration.