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'There was just nothing else': Expensive rents forcing older women into shared housing

Skyrocketing rents are pushing many older single women into a type of accommodation that is usually associated with young adults — shared housing.Go to site

2 October 2023 - 3:40pm

Tamworth and Gunnedah drive population growth in New England and North West NSW

Overseas migration to Tamworth and Gunnedah is driving the region's overall population growth, according to recently-published statistics.Go to site

2 October 2023 - 1:47pm

India's elderly population will double and overtake children by 2050 - CNBC

Little or no income coupled with rising health care costs will also place a huge burden on the country's aging population, it said. According to ...Go to site

2 October 2023 - 1:00pm

Statewide harm reduction iniatives meet needs of at-risk populations - Record-Journal

These strategies significantly prevent drug-related deaths and increase access to health care, social services and treatment. Harm reduction is most ...Go to site

2 October 2023 - 11:11am

It's an Albo engineered housing crisis - MacroBusiness

“Looking ahead, interest rates have likely peaked and population growth is rebounding strongly”. ... migration of nearly half a million people”. “These ...Go to site

2 October 2023 - 10:16am

Counterpoint: Task force should focus on health, not health care - Star Tribune

Health care's narrow disease- and treatment-centric orientation limits its ability to apply proven solutions to this immense population health ...Go to site

2 October 2023 - 10:02am

Action on alcohol produces significant health gains, modelling shows | New Zealand Doctor

In 2016, alcohol consumption was rated fifth for the New Zealand population as a cause of death and disease. The study found significant health gains ...Go to site

2 October 2023 - 9:25am

How Zim specific mortality tables can transform insurance market - The Chronicle

... mortality experience of our population, leading to potential flaws ... mortality rates used by insurers are reflective of the local insured population.Go to site