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The Commission is giving us an early look at the first steps for a system that works.
“Acting on energy efficiency for people on low income is critical to tackling poverty and inequality."
The Victorian Government has unveiled an impressive though imperfect list of minimum standards for rental properties
It shouldn’t just be the ‘healthy and wealthy’ who are supported through climate change.
Recognition must be more than words. Words alone cannot soothe our nation.
The NDIA must move from its ‘hands off’ approach to market oversight in favour of active market stewardship.
Default pricing is a significant and very justified intervention in the Victorian energy market.
This is a budget which largely delivers the policy platform Labor took to the state election.
All kids in Victoria should be able to get to school, wherever they live and whatever their families’ circumstances.
Victorian energy retailers are attempting to block power users from getting a fairer priced deal, the state's peak social advocacy
Victoria doesn’t have to settle for the title of Australia’s most progressive state. We can be Australia’s fairest state, too.