First home buyers will get up to $50,000 as part of a new scheme that NT Government hopes will boost the ailing construction industry, but it comes as new figures show another government incentive scheme has only paid out three applicants in the first three months of the program.
West Australian calls to the National Debt Helpline skyrocket by more than 60 per cent in a year, dwarfing every other state or territory, as the effects of the mining construction and housing downturn continue to bite.
A decade after Kevin Rudd was ousted as Prime Minister over his failed emissions trading scheme, Australia is still without a clear policy and it is discouraging investment.
Hipsters have an uneasy place in our cultural landscape, not least of which is their role in gentrification. But there's an upside for inner cities and the outer suburbs shouldn't miss out, writes Peter Walters
Tiny houses aren't for everyone, but most people who live in them are positive about the experience. Yet planning laws still make this way of life harder and less secure than it could be, writes Heather Shearer.
The Queenslander is one of Australia's most iconic architectural styles, but it was heavily influenced by far-away lands of searing heat and torrential downpours.
Japanese tidying aficionado Marie Kondo is on to something: clutter can affect our anxiety levels, sleep, and ability to focus. But it doesn't end there, writes Libby Sanders.
Tiny houses are everywhere. They've received heavy coverage in the media and there are millions of followers on dozens of pages on social media — but there's more than meets the eye, writes Megan Carras.
I travelled across Australia helping people make a life-changing move to the coast or the bush. These are the five things you should consider before turning your regional dreams into reality, writes Del Irani.
A number of housing industry insiders issue a warning about curbing negative gearing, with mortgage company boss "Aussie John" Symond saying it has to be treated "very carefully".