Renters’ rights are back in the spotlight ahead of a National Cabinet meeting next week.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and state and territory leaders will convene to discuss housing affordability and planning reforms amid .
“Our key priority for this meeting is increasing housing supply and affordability across Australia,” Albanese said in a statement on Tuesday.
It has also been reported that the federal government, states and territories aim to strike a deal to better align rental policy across the country.
However, Albanese says a national rent freeze is not on the table, despite…
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