Latest Housing News

Gateway artworks embrace cultural diversity
Canberra’s second Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Older Persons’ development opens
First Perth projects complete in $319 million social housing package
Agreement reached on future of Ihumātao
Labor lies on housing
Government’s solution to housing crisis? State sponsored couch surfing
Perths residential vacancy rate equals lowest level ever recorded
Household financial stress rises in June quarter: Australia
First home buyers continue to take advantage of generous Government support
Labor ignoring facts on housing again
Warmun Community Fraud Arrest
Alarm Bells On Housing Stress Must Spur Action
Proposals sought for renewable energy trials on Māori housing
REINSW: Real Week Ahead 14 December
Ginninderry’s first major community park opens
New Porirua public housing here in time for Christmas
More supported housing for Tasmanians in need 13 December
Auto principles guide to deliver for consumers
New development standards for City of Joondalup infill areas
Completion of first public housing refurbishments under $319 million package
Shout out to Tasmania’s thousands of volunteers
International Volunteer Day 2020
WA-first $6 million worth of solar panels installed on public housing
Older renters are lonely and struggling financially during COVID – research shows
Boroondara Volunteer of Year Awards
Affordable housing supply to be boosted
Housing wait list continues to surge under Labour
Smith – Labor cuts local communities out of development approvals
State Disability Accommodation boost on International Day of People with Disability
TPB welcomes reform announcement
First home buyers dominate Australia’s property market for first time in a decade
Report backs Labor’s call for short-stay regulation
New timber frame home demonstrates affordable, environmentally sustainable design
Rental Affordability Index further exposes Liberal’s failure on housing
$2.7 million to help support and rebuild Australia’s volunteer workforce
Level 1 water restrictions lifted in Greater Sydney
Jalbi Jiya program to aid Aboriginal home ownership in Broome
Red Cross volunteers receive honours for bushfire work
Home Builder Extension Giant Leap Toward Economic Recovery
Jaensch delivers an increase of just five homes for low income Tasmanians
State budget delivers welcomed news for locals
New approach to housing design gives battle-axe blocks chop
Surging homelessness demonstrates need for urgent social housing investment
Jaensch “Doesn’t Know”
Strong investment in social housing supporting Tasmanian jobs
More Safe Places for women and children
$2 million stimulus to build new surf life saving club
Whitlam, Canberra’s newest suburb open