Ultimately, the onus is on landlords to offer university students solutions to their black mould crises.
Tenant advocates are concerned that low-income renters impacted by COVID-19 may face homelessness after the moratorium ends.
The signs, which were hung in the windows of several of the Village’s flats, addressed the current threat of eviction faced by many residents of student accommodation sites.
Daniel Ergas takes a look into the books of Sydney University’s sandstone institutions
Students may soon have to venture off campus for their Nutella crepe fix, with the USU and Wentworth food outlet Azzuri Café set to lock horns over a leasing dispute in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT). On Monday, Azzuri owner Nick Ana lodged an interim application with NCAT for an urgent hearing. He…
Angel Zhao on transport, accommodation, and English as a Second Language.
Price hikes at Sydney University Village have set campaigners into battle against a lack of affordable student housing, writes Ada Lee
Max Chalmers investigates why rental affordability will not be an issue at next year’s election
Lucy Watson looks at alternative ways of affording the frighteningly pricey Inner West lifestyle