Category: Social issues

Wrapping Up Homelessness Week 2018

Home means very different things to different people. If you asked me, home means comfortable living with both my parents and my brother under a roof with four walls. Others might say it’s living in a little apartment in the city, or out on a farm in the Wheatbelt. But there are some, more than we may like to think, that think of home as…nothing. If they’re lucky, they might have an overpass to shield themselves from the weather. But some don’t even have that.

Negative Gearing: Who Wins?

In the absence of a consensus among Australians, negative gearing merely remains in the hands of those who form government. While the discussion has not only raised affordability concerns but accessibility questions too, negative gearing will surely continue to spark a public debate for the foreseeable future.