One in three economists now don’t expect prices to rise in Melbourne until at least 2022.
The federal government should use this ample fiscal firepower to ensure Victorians get through this crisis.
COVID-19 and the growing recession concentrated in the services sector will not just increase social inequality, but accelerate the growing spatial divide in our cities.
This will only happen if we stick to the rules.
Coastal land affected by flooding – including high tides and extreme seas – could increase by 48% by 2100.
A native, staple Australian crop would allow us to grow food suited to our environment.
Property prices continue to decline, with national falls of around 2% over the three months to July.
Australians will as a result have until 30 December to withdraw up to $10,000 for the first or second time.
In Australia, walking and cycling only receive between 0.1% and 2% of transport budgets.
Unions, peak bodies and activists have given the changes a thoroughly mixed reception.