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In the face of increasing concerns about the abuse of Powers of Attorney, legal experts are asking for submissions as part of their review of existing South Australian law.Read more about Abuse of Powers of Attorney under the spotlight
Revegetating green spaces within cities can improve soil quality and has been linked to human health benefits.Read more about A return to the wild for better immune health
Social housing has been home to many Australians over its 80+ year history.Read more about The many faces of social housing in Australia
Slowing the spread of the coronavirus is of utmost importance for Australians, with the Federal government continuing to provide new updates about hygiene and social distancing requirements to ease the stress on hospital beds.Read more about How to flatten the curve of coronavirus, a mathematician explains
Economics researchers at the University of Adelaide are urging politicians to address the issue of the Newstart Allowance with maturity and consider increasing it by as much as $120 per week.Read more about Newstart debate must focus on people, not politics
Enhancing information flows and strengthening communication systems for use during emergencies can save lives, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide.Read more about Emergency communication in a digital world
About 5.6% of Australian defence veterans could end up homeless.Read more about 5,800 defence veterans homeless in Australia – that’s more than we thought