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Feb 17

No matter what, people who are struggling shouldn’t be left behind on energy upgrades.


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Feb 7

Energy efficiency upgrades reduce household energy bills and can make houses healthier and more comfortable.


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Feb 4

Financial counsellors across Victoria say they’re stressed, overworked and fearful of making bad decisions on the job.


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Feb 3

Ben Martin Hobbs explores why the in-home care system is failing the older people it’s meant to empower.


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Jan 31

A world some people can access money-saving tech and others can't is a world of growing inequality.


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Jan 24

As parents spend big for the new academic year, Victoria’s peak social advocacy body is warning high back-to-school costs are


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Jan 21

We are concerned that Victorians on low-incomes and with additional energy-related needs could miss out on their benefits and protections.


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Jan 6

Community organisations play such an important role for our communities during emergencies.


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Dec 24

Community organisations are themselves highly vulnerable to climate change.


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Dec 23

Young people tell of blowing out birthday candles in the morning and being handed a plastic bag with their possessions


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Dec 22

BY TALISHA OHANESSIAN When most of us think public education we think free education. This idea, after all, is a cornerstone of a


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Dec 21

strong and vibrant communities will do more to prevent crime than any number of 'cops on the beat'.


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Dec 20

At a societal level, vilification and hate divides and damages our community.


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Proposed rental minimum standards could go further.


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Victorians are preparing for a series of price hikes and cost changes that take effect on 1 January 2020.


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