Cost of Living

Mar 17

The last thing we need is predatory bank bosses or dodgy debt collectors making the damage of COVID-19 worse.


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Dec 20

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


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May 30

Default pricing is a significant and very justified intervention in the Victorian energy market.


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May 6

Victorian energy retailers are attempting to block power users from getting a fairer priced deal, the state's peak social advocacy


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Jan 29

VCOSS is urging the State Government to take significant steps to ease the financial burden for school families.


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Oct 26

We welcome a political tussle over which party will do the most to get Victorians the best possible power deal.


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Aug 29

A state owned energy retailer for Victoria? It might just help.


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Jul 16

All school-age children should be able to play sport however simply making PE compulsory isn’t the right response.


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The real issue isn’t intergenerational welfare dependency, it’s intergenerational disadvantage.


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Jul 11

This is a horror show with no single villain. Many players bear the blame for high prices.


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Jan 25

Think education in free in Victoria? Think again.


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Dec 31

Victorians are about to get whacked by a series of price hikes in 2018, according to Victorian Council of Social


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Dec 19

Every person in Victoria should be supported to live a good life.


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Oct 10

New rules for power companies in Victoria will help stop struggling energy users incurring big debts or being disconnected, the


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Oct 4

In the new report ‘Stuck in traffic? Road congestion in Sydney and Melbourne‘ the Grattan Institute has suggested the Victorian


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