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The Melbourne housing market is at a critical juncture. A new research paper by Monash University's Centre for Population and Urban Research called 'The End of Affordable Housing in Melbourne?' argues
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Change usually comes with loss. Living in Europe right now, there is a sense of deep loss and uncertainty. For people living in other parts of the world pictures of burning houses and riots such as those in Athens over austerity measures are hardly surprising. The current struggles in Europe take their historic place alongside the Latin American debt crisis, the Asian crisis, the many and continuing upheavals in sub-Saharan Africa, the crushing lives in Central and Eastern Europe, and the recent regime changes in the MENA region.
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The technology is available. There are loads of talented designers and architects eager to design buildings and places that make more sense than the ones they were born into. What's lacking is money.
I write this on the morning of the end of the once-mighty General Motors. By high noon, the President of the United States will have made it official: Ge...