Tenant advocates are concerned that low-income renters impacted by COVID-19 may face homelessness after the moratorium ends.
As the student accommodation crisis becomes increasingly dire, the University may just have missed the mark.
Properties are cramped, pest-ridden and lack adequate security, but renters have no choice, as Anna Hush reports.
A note from Editor-in-Chief, Madison McIvor: my friend, Haidarr Jones generously allowed me to transcribe his life story and share it with you all. Haidarr’s is a rich tale of strength, passion and extraordinary ambition for someone so young who has fought through so much. I am incredibly proud and humbled to know such a…
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Homelessness policy is failing queer youth, finds Amy Davis.
Hundreds gathered in Pitt St Mall to protest the closure of womens’ homelessness shelters, reports Matilda Surtees.
Students have organised to stop the closure of women’s homelessness services in Sydney, reports Matilda Surtees.