Australians believe that having a job will protect them from homelessness. But that's no longer the case, with a dramatic rise in the number of people turning to services for the homeless to get by.
The caravan park is the only place Peter Morris can afford on his pension. Now it's being sold off, like many others around the country, and the residents are facing an uncertain future.
For the first time, a new interactive map details the scale and type of the often hidden homeless population, revealing the issue creeps well into the suburbs.
While some welcome the job opportunities from the boom in short-term accommodation in Tasmania, an inquiry hears calls for a tougher response from government to help address the negative impact.
When John Kenney was released from prison in the 1980s he ended up on the streets, saying he received no help transitioning back into the community.
In order to raise awareness of the plight of Australia's homeless community, a selection of sporting stars took to the SCG to support the Chappell Foundation.
At the height of her good fortune, while the tip of a Chesterfield cigarette still burned brightly between her fingertips, Maryanne Van Arkadie had no inkling that one day life would be lived out of a suitcase.
The old Devonport maternity hospital site is sold for $283,000 less than the council paid for it, and looks destined to become units, but with the Government appealing for affordable housing.
A cutting-edge social housing development in Hobart is getting a new landlord and tenants fear proposed changes will wind back improvements in their lives.
Homelessness can be confusing and even scary for children, but talking about it honestly can help to understand this complex social issue and be more compassionate.