"Some of the worst that I have seen has been here," Kwajo Tweneboa said on a visit to New York City.
Why? Why would you even think that was a good idea?
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The fate of Munger Hall remains as opaque as its windowless bedrooms.
The average household could've saved more than $5,000 over the last year if rents had been frozen. Australia's rental crisis continues.
People are putting up with mouse infestations, hostile housemates and scumbag estate agents – all because there's nowhere else to go.
Australia’s housing crisis continues to stretch households thin, as more than 40 percent of low income households begin to experience housing stress.
About 45 percent of young people are struggling with food insecurity.
The wait-list for those seeking social housing grew by 8,000 households last year to 163,508. More than 116,000 Australians are experiencing homelessness.
Australia could have saved $7.1 billion if rents were frozen a year ago.