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Federal Election this Saturday.
Check out this scorecard which shows where the parties stand on the 5 key things that will fix the broken housing system.

Anglicare Australia is a partner in the Everybody’s home campaign.It's all been leading to this.

Election Day is your chance to vote for a party that will act to make sure everyone has a home.

Check out our scorecard which shows where the parties stand on the 5 key things that will fix the broken housing system - so that you can make your vote count!
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Governments can prioritise the fundamental right of secure homes for people, providing the base upon which they can build their health, wealth and education.

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It has provided 7,290 permanent homes since 2009.

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We should also be using the money earned from a boom in conveyancing (stamp duty), generated by buoyant housing sales.

See full report at:
bit.ly/RAS2019The burden of our historic housing debt to the Commonwealth, which reduces our housing budget by $16 million each year, should be spread across State Government, so that Housing Tasmania has more funds to house Tasmanians appropriately.

We should also be using the money earned from a boom in conveyancing (stamp duty), generated by buoyant housing sales.

See full report at:
bit.ly/RAS2019
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April 2019 Newsletter

This newsletter celebrates our successes so far this year and gives a taste of how SARC works to improve Tasmanian policy and advocates on social issues. View it HERE.  

The housing factors creating the perfect storm

Talking Point: The housing factors creating the perfect storm Margie Law, The Mercury April 29, 2019   Subscriber only LINK TASMANIA’S housing crisis has been in the news a lot lately. Actually, it has made the news for many years because this “crisis” has been going on for years. Unfortunately, …

Pokies policy out of touch with Tasmanians’ wishes

Talking Point: Pokies policy out of touch with Tasmanians’ wishes MEG WEBB, Mercury January 16, 2019 12:09am Subscriber only LINK WHEN government policy diverges significantly from community views, we are rightly prompted to ask why. It happened last week with the release of yet another poll showing Tasmanians want fewer …