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1. 14 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Tania Mihailuk said there is just over $61 million of new funding across four years and no permanent housing funded. [Full text]
2. 14 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOMELESSNESS
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the NSW Budget commits $1 billion for homelessness services over the next four years to support new and existing initiatives. [Full text]
3. 11 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter SA said the majority of people accessing services were struggling to afford rents, maintain tenancies or access safe, affordable homes. [Full text]
4. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The UDIA welcomed the ACT Government's abolition of stamp duty for first home buyers with an income below $160,000. [Full text]
5. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Yvette Berry outlined ACT Budget measures that address affordable housing and homelessness. [Full text]
6. 7 June 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said Budget Estimates have revealed the Government has delivered no relief to first home buyers or rising numbers of Australians experiencing rental stress and homelessness. [Full text]
7. 31 May 18HOMELESSNESS
AHURI issued a brief: 'What is the Housing First model and how does it help those experiencing homelessness?'. [Full text]
8. 28 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / HOMELESSNESS
Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp said she looks forward to working with Council to proactively plan for Melbourne's population growth, major infrastructure projects and a response to homelessness. [Full text]
9. 28 May 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the report shows that many people who access the Salvation Army's Emergency Relief services are experiencing housing stress. [Full text]
10. 28 May 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Salvation Army released 'Feeling the Pinch', key findings from its National Economic and Social Impact Survey. [Full text]
11. 24 May 18HOMELESSNESS
Wesley Mission said ABS figures show only six per cent of the total homeless population are rough sleepers. [Full text]
12. 24 May 18HOMELESSNESS
Wesley Mission released 'Perceptions of homelessness in Australia: how to make our compassion count'. [Full text]
13. 24 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Staff from UNSW said the Federal Budget fails 1.5 million households living in unaffordable rental housing or homeless, despite the need for Commonwealth leadership on affordable housing policy. [Full text]
14. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA welcomed the WA State Government's urban infill project, 'The Precincts,' more information is needed on how the project will increase social and affordable housing supply. [Full text]
15. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA released a WA State Budget analysis focusing on affordable housing and ending homelessness. [Full text]
16. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOMELESSNESS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Northern Rivers MPs invited NGOs to submit an EOI in developing supported temporary accommodation models to reduce homelessness in the region. [Full text]
17. 21 May 18EVENTS / HOMELESSNESS
Homelessness Australia said registrations are open for the National Homelessness Conference on 6 and 7 August in Melbourne. [Full text]
18. 21 May 18PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / HOMELESSNESS
AHURI released an overview of housing, homelessness and urban measures in the Federal Budget. [Full text]
19. 21 May 18HOMELESSNESS
Staff from UNSW and the University of Queensland said Census statistics showed a 14% increase in overall homelessness in Australia since 2011. [Full text]
20. 21 May 18HOMELESSNESS
UNSW said the Australian Homelessness Monitor is designed to reveal the extent of homelessness and influence government action to solve the problem. [Full text]
21. 21 May 18HOMELESSNESS
The Council to Homeless Persons said seven things in the Federal Budget will create more homelessness. [Full text]
22. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Community Housing Industry Association said the Government's Budget has let the momentum slide on affordable housing. [Full text]
23. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
AHURI released 'Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes'. [Full text]
24. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the Monitor confirmed action is needed to address housing affordability and homelessness. [Full text]
25. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Launch Housing released the 'Australian Homelessness Monitor'. [Full text]
26. 10 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
PowerHousing said whilst there is less focus on affordable housing there are tax cuts which will support those on low incomes and assist with cost of living pressures that are usually housing weighted. [Full text]
27. 10 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Homelessness Australia said federal homelessness and housing funding will drop to $1.54 billion next financial year, the lowest level in a decade. [Full text]
28. 10 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Budget had no measures that address housing supply and affordability, according to the Real Estate Institute. [Full text]
29. 10 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the Budget failed to deliver the leadership required to address the nation's housing and homelessness crisis. [Full text]
30. 7 May 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Staff from the University of Melbourne used Melbourne city centre's 1990s revitalisation as a case study to highlight links between urban development and displacement of homeless people. [Full text]
31. 3 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS
SACOSS said assertive outreach services are needed to connect with people on the streets, identify their needs, link them to appropriate supports and help them into safe, secure, affordable housing. [Full text]
32. 3 May 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Council to Homeless Persons said the proportion of social housing in Victoria is set to reduce from 3.52 to 3.44 per cent, in the absence of new money for social housing. [Full text]
33. 30 April 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
The Victorian Parliament released 'Homelessness in Victoria: Clients of specialist homelessness services, 2016-17'. [Full text]
34. 26 April 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / HOMELESSNESS / INDIGENOUS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said a national agreement is needed to tackle the unacceptable amount of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiencing homelessness and over-crowding. [Full text]
35. 26 April 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / HOMELESSNESS / INDIGENOUS
Treasurers Scott Morrison and Nicole Manison and Minister Nigel Scullion said the Turnbull and NT Governments have reached agreement on future funding for remote indigenous housing, public hospitals, and housing and homelessness. [Full text]
36. 19 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Jaensch discussed initiatives under the Tasmania Government's Affordable Housing Action Plan to help young Tasmanians at risk of homelessness. [Full text]
37. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The data is online. [Full text]
38. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
ATCOSS said data it has compiled confirms that creating affordable housing and addressing homelessness should be the number one priority for a government committed to reducing inequality. [Full text]
39. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Pru Goward announced $13.9 million to support vulnerable children and young people at risk of homelessness access support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. [Full text]
40. 19 April 18HOMELESSNESS
The ABS issued 'Census of Population and Housing: Estimating homelessness, 2016 (Additional Information)'. [Full text]
41. 19 April 18HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said 'The State of Homelessness in the Cities' report highlights the failure of the Turnbull Government to tackle the growing rate of homelessness across the nation. [Full text]
42. 19 April 18HOMELESSNESS
AHURI examined which state and territory has experienced the greatest increase in rough sleepers. [Full text]
43. 19 April 18HOMELESSNESS
Homelessness Australia said that ABS data reveals that there has been a 40% increase in homelessness among tertiary students in the last five years. [Full text]
44. 16 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Roger Jaensch announced the first of 78 newly constructed two bedroom units to help ease Tasmania's housing shortage. [Full text]
45. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS
End Homelessness WA released: 'The Western Australian Strategy to End Homelessness'. [Full text]
46. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
David Kelly from Deakin University said the voices of residents missing in a time of crisis for public housing. [Full text]
47. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
A coalition of community housing and homelessness advocates said Australia's real problem is housing tax measures that give big incentives for investors at the expense of home buyers. [Full text]
48. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Chris Bowen said Labor has a plan to tackle housing affordability, that deals with both demand and supply issues. [Full text]
49. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Centre for Social Impact released 'The state of homelessness in Australia's cities'. [Full text]
50. 12 April 18HOMELESSNESS
AHURI issued a brief, 'Where has homelessness increased in Australia?'. [Full text]