Date: Date: August 3rd & 4th 2017 (2 Day Course) Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm Price: $750.00 plus GST Venue: Barbara James House 9 Mirambeena Street, The Gardens Darwin NT 0820 There are only 5 places remaining so book in TODAY. This course targets…Read more
What’s in a name? When it comes to homelessness, the answer could be of considerable importance. New research looks at whether people accessing crisis accommodation see themselves as homeless, and what difference that self-applied label makes to their wellbeing. Read more here.Read more
National Shelter, Community Sector Banking and SGS Economics have released key findings from the Rental Affordability Index, showing that rental affordability has dropped in all metropolitan areas across Australia, except Perth. You can access the report, and an interactive map showing…Read more
Darwin Community Legal Services (DCLS) Law Week Event – ‘Blacklisted in the NT’ Tenancy Databases, Bringing parity to NT Legislation
Check Out and Register for Darwin Community Legal Services (DCLS) Law Week Event ‘Blacklisted in the NT.’ Its free. Tenancy Databases, bringing parity to NT Legislation. At this event, Darwin Community Legal Service will present a report with case studies…Read more
Today we share with you the news that our Executive Officer, Tammy White, is leaving NT Shelter, having been offered an exciting opportunity with the Northern Territory Government. The Board and staff wish Tammy all the very best in this next…Read more
Anglicare Australia – Rental Affordability Snapshot April 2017 finds no affordable rentals for NT, WA and ACT singles on low incomes.
The Snapshot was undertaken over the weekend of 1-2 April 2017 (Snapshot weekend). The Snapshot found that affordable rentals for any single person on government pensions were essentially non-existent. In Northern Territory, ACT and WA there were no affordable…Read more
South Australia has launched the country’s first homelessness social impact bond, which will support 600 people through a program focused on life skills and employment pathways. In a Pro Bono Australia article dated 14th March 2017, journalist Ellie Cooper writes…Read more
What policy levers does Scott Morrison have in mind and how much he is prepared to spend on affordable housing?
The politics of the Federation, supply and demand, diversity in affordable housing policy issues and more.Read more
Reserve Bank data on Property prices, March 2017 compares Darwin against all capital cities and non-capital areas
A month before the federal budget and the Reserve Bank has clearly argued that the biggest domestic threat to Australia’s economy and financial stability is household debt and rising house pricesRead more
The draft minutes of the last KAAG meeting held on 21st March 2017 are now available.Read more