Banjo Patterson’s classic Australia poem retells the tribulations of an impossible pursuit. So, I wrote the millennial version of it.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. In the week just gone, Donald crashed through the floor, an actor faced sexual harassment allegations and memes swept in to save us from ourselves.
In NSW, more than enough vacant properties exist in which to house the homeless, but is the solution that easy?
The homelessness crisis in Australia is at a pivot point. What is needed, is transformative change, but the changes put forward are certainly not it.
Our parent’s generation says we should all stop seeing the avocado for our own good. I’m not saying they’re right, but to prove them wrong, I’ve decided to break up with my green bae.
Both Sam Dastyari’s viral property video and the Coalition’s moves in the budget are off the mark. However, Millennials can still enter the housing market.
What a night. Our heads were swimming with the romance of possibilities, and some of us did some things we didn’t want to do. So, who got the most out of the budget?
For we millennials, affordable housing is little more than a myth, one perpetuated by those who criticise us loudest. So before you look down at us, look at yourselves first.
As Gen Y has repeatedly been told, get a good job, and you’ll be able to buy a house. Sure. The reality is something entirely different.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Josie, 16, looks to solve Australia’s housing affordability crisis.
#SmashedAvo or not, housing affordability is forcing many out of the market. Do we need to focus less on owning a house and more on building a home?
Despite baby-boomers’ claims, the realities of entering the housing market are grim. Rent forever so we can live happily? Sounds like an Australian Dream to me.