There is no science behind the notion that two successive quarters of “negative growth” equal a God-given licence to use the r-word.
- by Ross Gittins
The population of older people in the City of Sydney is projected to more than double by 2036.
- by Andrew Taylor
Is it a concern with practicalities or something much deeper and darker that drives our fear of asylum seekers?
- by Jessica Irvine
Hungary's anti-immigration Prime Minister said the government would increase financial aid and subsidies for families in a bid to boost the population.
State governments are pushing back against a federal request for more information on their population growth.
- by David Crowe and Eryk Bagshaw
The gaffe-prone Taro Aso, a 78-year-old former prime minister, blamed childless women for the country's alarming population trend.
- by Mari Yamaguchi
Why outer suburbs lack inner city’s ‘third places’: a partial defence of the hipster.
- by Peter Walters
Meimanat Hosseini-Chavoshi, a dual Australian-Iranian citizen, is a population expert affiliated with the University of Melbourne.
Labor leader Michael Daley says western Sydney has been "clobbered" by unfair housing targets and he wants to go back to the drawing board.
- by Alexandra Smith
Canberrans were once unable to find a grandparent to babysit their kids. Today, the national capital is older and wiser.
- by Doug Dingwall