‘This massive fungus grew from the wall’: renters are skipping home insurance and it’s ending badly

Following a disaster, renters can face eviction, homelessness or be forced to live in a damaged property. Many don't have the insurance to cope, but it's not because they can't afford it, write Kate Isabel Booth and Chloe Lucas.

Energy ‘confusion-opoly’: Why 1 million households are paying too much for electricity

Scores of Aussie households could be saving up to $1,000 if they just "picked up the phone" and negotiated a better deal with their energy provider, according to a new analysis of tariffs.

Landlords not taking mould issues seriously despite grave illness, tenants claim

Renters and public housing tenants are facing an uphill battle to get the issue of mould in their properties taken seriously, with a growing number of people claiming it has left them ill and some owners blaming residents for the accumulation.