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"It's using the power of sport to help people overcome adversity and life challenges".
A new cost-benefit analysis has illustrated the link between homelessness and the economy.
The protests have been loud and personal.
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It is hoped that the expanding Brisbane guide could spread Australia-wide.
That's more than many Australians.
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'All he wanted was work.'
‘Why can’t people stop it from happening? There’s enough f*****g money in the world for everybody.’
When you're homeless, it's hard to keep cool. Melbourne is trying to help.
'We’re predominantly parked at the bottom of the cliff, catching bodies as they fall over.'
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And there's a push for federal family violence law reform.
There are a lot of them. One in 200 Australians in fact.
Underfunded services forced to turn away 329 homeless people every day.
It’s time the Government stopped criticising those who speak out against homelessness, and instead did something about the problem.
She allegedly racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars in unauthorised expenses at the charity.