Thousands of Australian Veterans Homeless!

The Invictus Games are held in Sydney Australia this week.

Sport is assessed as a means of helping those with injuries and mental health issues resultant from warfare.

Is this what they truly need or is this what men and women do to forget and take their minds off the reality of war and what… Continue reading

Launch Housing – Real People Real Poverty

This could be you, no matter who you are.  You may have a crisis, a nervous breakdown, bullying, a shock, self respect, independence, conscientous objection with welfare or lose everything.  I am you.  You are me!  One story talks about sitting at cafe’s I’ve done a lot of that in order… Continue reading

Is Housing Affordability the same as ‘Affordable Housing?

How we treat those on the least income reflects the whole.


‘Housing Affordability’ is not the same as ‘Affordable Housing’

If we just look at the news headlines about housing becoming increasingly affordable in Western Australia, the news is not good for… Continue reading

Calls for more Affordable Housing and Equality

The issue of rental affordability is really evident today.  I recall back in the 1990’s I rented a property for $140 a week, it was a 3 bedroom house in Brisbane.  Today you would be looking at around $250-$350 or more.  I find it very disturbing the way Real Estates have people… Continue reading

Overseas Investors Buying up Local Housing Market

he Chinese strategy has been not war but economic dominance. They have bought up resources and properties globally. Given we see investment as good rather than affecting local prices, people sell to the highest bidder.  This is called business without conscience.  Gandhi spoke of this.


Wall of Chinese capital buying up Australian… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”