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Labor vows to halt 'rampant' development in parts of Sydney
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Michael Daley

Labor vows to halt 'rampant' development in parts of Sydney

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

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The grey boom changing the face of Australia's young capital
Aged care

The grey boom changing the face of Australia's young capital

Canberrans were once unable to find a grandparent to babysit their kids. Today, the national capital is older and wiser.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'No country for old men': The two WA towns where the elderly are a rarity
The Pilbara

'No country for old men': The two WA towns where the elderly are a rarity

The red dust of the Pilbara and the prospect of a well-paid career lures hundreds of people to Karratha each year, but it seems most don’t choose to stay into their twilight years.

  • by Heather McNeill
The nation's best kept secret: regional Australia
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Opinion

The nation's best kept secret: regional Australia

Every day when city people wake up they should thank regional Australia for delivering their way of life.

  • by Fiona Nash
The capital cities that ate Australia
Population

The capital cities that ate Australia

The nation's capital cities are swallowing the rest of the country, upending politics and the economy.

  • by Shane Wright
Sydney young and old: Which age group is most common in your area?
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Sydney

Sydney young and old: Which age group is most common in your area?

A demographic mapping project has revealed which age groups are the most common in each Sydney district.

  • by Matt Wade
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NSW residents race south to Victoria

NSW residents race south to Victoria

NSW is losing residents at the fastest rate in a decade, with a northern exodus set to make Melbourne the country's most populous city by the 2030s.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Sydney's migrant mums keeping Australia fertile
Family finance

Sydney's migrant mums keeping Australia fertile

These are the baby deserts and nappy valleys of Sydney.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw & Shane Wright
Morrison signals population cut after premiers warn on infrastructure

Morrison signals population cut after premiers warn on infrastructure

The premiers have demanded more say over population in a debate with the Prime Minister.

  • by David Crowe
NSW proposes to send uni students to the regions
State Parliament

NSW proposes to send uni students to the regions

International students should be given incentives to study at regional universities, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will tell her federal counterparts. 

  • by Lisa Visentin
National process needed to monitor population growth: Infrastructure Australia
Infrastructure

National process needed to monitor population growth: Infrastructure Australia

A new Infrastructure Australia report in general offers a favourable view of the impact of population growth.

  • by Jacob Saulwick