A broken dream: outer Melbourne has affordable houses but no train or school.
In the first of a short series on Australian housing, Elias Visontay examines how Victoria’s planning system is failing residents and the environment:
Taxpayers are paying at least $59m for major government advertising campaigns to run in the lead-up to the 2022 election.
The campaigns span the topics of cybercrime and online safety, the jobtrainer program, domestic violence, recruiting a carer workforce and, most controversially, climate change, as the government seeks to explain its road to Damascus conversion on the net zero by 2050 target.
Paul Karp has broken it all down for you here: