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Housing Stress Increases for Social Housing Renters

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 31st July 2018 -  Housing stress has increased considerably among renters of social housing, new research shows, renewing calls from the social sector for more affordable housing and a national

Young Australians Struggling to Break Unemployment Cycle

Luke Michael, Monday, 4th December 2017 -  Blaming young unemployed Australians for failing to secure work is “simply not supported by the facts”, according to a new report which said they tried just as hard as older jobseekers

HILDA Spotlights Changing Attitudes to Same Sex Couples and a Love of Lotto

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 2nd August 2017 -  The longest running survey of Australia’s population known as HILDA has revealed a major shift in attitudes towards equality for same sex couples, a “surprising” rise in mortgage

Transport A Key Barrier for Young Unemployed

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 22nd November 2016 -  Young unemployed Australians are facing serious transport challenges in the hunt for work, according to a new report from the Brotherhood of St Laurence. The latest figures from

Land of the ‘Fair Go’ No More: Wealth in Australia Is Becoming More Unequal

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 9th August 2016 -  Australia’s wealth distribution is not only unequal, it’s faring worse than other OECD countries write social historian Christopher Sheil and emeritus professor of political

Women Are Satisfied With ‘Women’s Work’ but Not With the Pay

Staff Reporter, Monday, 8th August 2016 -  Women are happy doing stereotypical “‘women’s work” but not with the pay that goes with it, write Curtin University associate professor Michael Dockery and Sandra Buchler,

HILDA Report Reveals ‘Painful Realities’ of Australian Life

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 21st July 2016 -  Australia is facing a growing wealth divide between the young and the old, with expectations that by next year less than half of all adults will be able to own their own homes, according

Action Needed For Disadvantaged Families – Report

Staff Reporter, Monday, 14th October 2013 -  Sustained poverty in early childhood can affect children’s mental and physical health and development, a report by The Benevolent Society has revealed. The report, Acting
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