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Rental Report Reveals Tenants’ Covid Struggle
More evidence of shameful lack of support for disadvantaged and people on low incomes
Anti-Poverty Week 2020: Affordable housing and welfare safety net key to tackling poverty in ACT
Federal Budget misses key support measures
Cutting JobSeeker payments will cause crippling rental stress in our cities
Federal Budget must reach city outskirts
Canberrans have opportunity to fix housing crisis at ACT election
Government manipulating short stay accommodation figures
Better regulate short-stay sector to tackle housing crisis
Liberals housing blame game continues
Maintaining support for Maroondah’s homeless in face of COVID-19
Assisting Tasmanian renters during COVID-19
Greens Back Social Housing As Stimulus
Tenants Victoria welcomes strong action to protect renters from eviction
Leases and Impact of COVID-19 for Landlords and Tenants
Covid-19 Housing Crisis & Rental Stress Needs Emergency Measures: Greens
Stimulus – focus on low-income and housing action
Liberals leave renters in cold
Million dollar grant offers dignity and hope for homeless
Labor’s housing policy – delivering homes and jobs for Tasmanians
End of national rental scheme hits hard
Liberals hiding housing report card
Liberals have heads in sand on housing
Senate Backs Greens Call for Rent Assistance Review
More Rental Support To Keep Victorians In Homes
Tenant changes locks, moves in to rental to the surprise of the agent
Greens call for more support for low income renters following shocking Productivity Commission
Social housing supports over 800,000 Australians
Affordable rental housing policy not delivering for low income earners
Report finds “chronic housing shortages” in western Sydney
Sydney remains critically unaffordable with pensioners and young hit hardest