Pressure on national cabinet to address renter's woes

By Maeve Bannister
Updated August 15 2023 - 9:42am, first published 9:41am
Frontline social services say they are seeing 'distressing levels of housing need' in Australia. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)
Frontline social services say they are seeing 'distressing levels of housing need' in Australia. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)

As the prime minister prepares to meet with state and territory leaders on addressing Australia's housing affordability crisis, welfare advocacy bodies are calling for immediate action to limit rent increases.

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