Benjamin Preiss,  State Political Reporter for The Age, Ju

Renters could secure tenancies for 10 years at a time under a proposal being considered by the state government. The Andrews government is reviewing residential rental laws to ensure Victorians can access "safe, affordable and secure housing"...

Published in the Age, Thursday 11th June 2015

Letter by Jeff Fiedler, Housing for the Aged Action Group,Older people do not have the option of getting a "well paid job", with some  paying up to 80 per cent of their age pension in the private rental market...

21st May 2015

The state government is warning retirees to seek advice before buying into retirement villages to avoid being thousands of dollars out of pocket. Daisy Ellery and Helen Vallack, members of Housing for the Age Action Group appear in a video produced by Consumer Affairs Victoria...

Tuesday 5th May 2015. Funding for innovation sets the stage for future investment in ending homelessness.

The Andrews’ Government released its first Budget with a range of social spending and a particular focus on child and family services. The centrepiece of the housing and homelessness funding was $40 million over four years to continue seven Innovation Action Projects (IAP)...

Australian Ageing Agenda - 24th April 2015

Linda Belardi covers the launch of the joint ECCV and HAAG project: Preventing Homelessness in older CALD communities... Go to story

Article by Christina Zhou, Domain reporter, The Age 16th April 2015

The rental market has never been tougher for tenants as rents in Melbourne soar to an all-time high. The median asking rent for houses increased by 2.5 per cent over the March quarter to $390 a week, according to Domain Group's rental report released on Thursday... Go to story

Rebecca David - Melbourne Leader, 30th March 2015

Future of program to ease homeslessness uncertain. Elderly Victorians face homelessness if a social program fails to get State Government funding... Go to story