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A white cup, perhaps an old coffee cup, lying on a pale surface. There are some gold coins inside. It looks like it may have been used by a person experiencing homelessness to collect money.

How much would it cost to end homelessness? We’ve got the answer.

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 22nd March 2023 -  We’ve found the experts who’ve crunched the numbers, and yes, it is possible for Australia to eliminate homelessness — and it will cost less than you think.
A house under construction. We can see the wooden frame and the scaffolding around it.

Housing and homelessness dominates social sector agenda

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 8th February 2023 -  As federal parliament resumes this week, not-for-profit organisations are moving to try to alleviate homelessness and asking the government to intervene in the housing crisis. 
We see a door handle and a lock. There is a key ring hanging off the handle with a silver house on it. A person is touching the handle and we see their hand.

Housing first program beats targets

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 6th February 2023 -  As well as housing, the program provides wrap-around support to participants.
Looking up at a sign hanging off a building that says For Rent in yellow text on an ornate red oval shaped sign.

Rent assistance reform needed as government stats reveal depth of crisis

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 24th January 2023 -  The nation’s primary housing assistance program is failing.
A key in the lock of a brown wooden door.

Queensland housing market in free-fall as question of legacy arises

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 16th January 2023 -  The rental market in Queensland is in crisis, just a decade out from one of the world’s largest sporting events.
An aerial view showing the roofs of houses.

Government, sector collaborates on SA social and affordable housing

News Team, Monday, 9th January 2023 -  A collaboration on social and affordable housing is a first for South Australia and the country.


Grattan Institute on Housing.

How housing made rich Australians 50% richer, leaving renters and the young behind – and how to fix it

Contributor, Monday, 9th January 2023 -  Housing is widening Australia's gap between rich and poor, but the situation can be helped, explain Brendan Coates and Joey Moloney.
A woman sits on a street path beneath colourful posters as a bike rides past. It is apparent that she is experiencing homelessness.

Data reveals burden on homelessness services

Danielle Kutchel, Thursday, 8th December 2022 -  Specialist homelessness services struggled this year with unmet need and continued demand.
People walk past a graffiti mural of a house with dollar signs coming out of the chimney

Urgent action needed on rents, as pressure grows on sector

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 29th November 2022 -  The latest Rental Affordability Index has clear implications for policymakers with calls growing to increase financial support for those struggling.
A prison fence topped with spiral barbed wire, with a prison building behind. We are looking up at the fence and building.

A bird? A plane? No, it’s social housing

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 21st November 2022 -  Forget about imaginary superheroes, a targeted social housing program could reduce crime, recidivism and help vulnerable people avoid prison.
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