Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sep 22

VCOSS wants to see a fair and flexible means test, recognising the complex financial circumstances people living in poverty may experience.


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Sep 20

10,000 Victorian students are disengaging from education every year. But if we’re willing to listen and be flexible, we can


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Sep 16

One in ten young Australians are not in education, employment or training. They’re neither “earning” nor “learning”. What if we


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Sep 15

When a major earthquake shook Christchurch in September 2010, bridges and buildings weren’t the only things put under pressure.


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Sep 9

VCOSS submission to the issues paper for the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 Review Under current Victorian laws, landlords can rent


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Sep 8

Victoria is fast becoming an outlier by not having minimum standards for rental properties


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