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Jaensch leaves young Tasmanians out in cold
Cutting JobSeeker payments will cause crippling rental stress in our cities
Canberrans have opportunity to fix housing crisis at ACT election
Coronavirus Supplement cuts at end of September risk plunging more than one million children into poverty
Third year on and Western Australia is still most affordable state for housing
Best rental affordability results since 2007: REIA
Rental protection extension needed as welfare rolls back
Anglicare figures reinforce needs to address housing crisis: ACT Greens
ACTCOSS supports ACT Liberals’ poverty commission
ACTCOSS supports ACT Liberals’ poverty commission
ACT Election 2020: fixing Canberra’s housing crisis
ACT Election 2020: fixing Canberra’s housing crisis
New research explores stress of unaffordable and insecure housing on older renters
Quantum Housing decision appealed over unconscionable conduct
Social housing key to building back better in ACT
Quantum Housing to pay $700,000 in penalties for misleading property owners
Housing report highlights need to maintain JobSeeker increase
Senate Committee finds we must permanently increase income support
Anglicare Report Reveals Depth of Housing Affordability crisis
Government must issue clear ban on residential rent increases
Liberals leave renters in cold
End of national rental scheme hits hard
Cost of living still outpacing wages under Liberals
Tasmania’s revolving door of homelessness
More Tasmanians in housing squeeze
Liberals hiding housing report card
Liberals have heads in sand on housing
Housing deal must make a real difference
Australia sees 43% of low-income households in rental stress
Perth’s top 10 most affordable coastal suburbs to rent
Sydney remains critically unaffordable with pensioners and young hit hardest