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Queensland's National Party $52.5 million land scandal

In the National Party's final days, a plot of land in the Brisbane CBD was purchased by the ...  
Sussan Ley's environmental law circus

Vulnerable species like the koala – and the environment in general – are the losers, while ...  
The banking system putting pressure on consumers

New laws are designed to trap us in a web of digital debt, writes Simon Cole.  
The jury is still out on housing prices

Tarric Brooker investigates whether house prices are really increasing.  
The unpredictable fall of housing prices

With property prices shaping up as a key election talking point, the Coalition and Labor continue ...  
Broad-based taxes drive economic inequality

Broad-based taxes are often designed to guarantee wealth concentration, not to mitigate inequal ...  
Australia's student housing crisis

Rosie Williams discusses the difficulties involved with trying to find suitable student housing ...  
A.C.T. Housing continues to waste money, ignore tenants

Public housing is in crisis across Australia, with waiting list times growing longer as demand for ...  
Bubble or burst: Young Australians face losing battle to own property

Owning a home is becoming increasingly difficult for new generations of Australians to achieve ...  
Factual lies: How the Turnbull gang negative gears the truth

Managing editor Dave Donovan explains why the media constantly allow the Coalition to get away ...  
NO CONFIDENCE! Residents rebel as developers take over Gold Coast Council

A secretive committee of unelected developers has been given the job of rewriting the City plan ...  
Is the housing crisis leading millennials to invest differently?

Millennials have snubbed the 9-to-5 and working for one employer for a long time, for a life where ...  
INVESTIGATION: The mystery of the mayors and the phoenix with four names

Why did Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate sell property out from under former Albury Mayor Amanda Dunca ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and the man with four names

In the spotlight for all the wrong reasons after Four Corners last night, things get worse for Tom ...  
Senate lethal building products inquiry spotlights far more than systemic failure

The Senate Inquiry into lethal building products has confirmed their endemic use across the ...  
Brisbane Council's $68m land deal man sells home to beneficiary for $5.45m

Two men involved in a secret Council agreement have been linked in the sale of a $5 million ...  
Maryam Berenji: Cities, community and the importance of public space

Public space is a fundamental ingredient in our cities because it is a platform where people can ...  
Raiding superannuation: Housing, the debt trap and parasitic capitalism

Allowing people to raid their superannuation to buy overpriced homes is more evidence the system ...  

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