China-born migrants in Australia's capital cities are becoming more suburban, but there are differences in settlement patterns between the biggest cities and smaller cities.
This is the first article in our series, Australian Cities in the Asian Century, which looks at the impact of the rise of China and Chinese migration on our cities.
Barangaroo is an example of a development with admirable green credentials, but it is also an exclusive precinct that has played a role in displacing the disadvantaged from this part of Sydney.
Renting a house shouldn't mean it's not home. Until we change our meaning of home by separating it from ownership, we will never be able to "fix" Australia’s housing crisis.
Modern healthcare may be helping us live longer, but hunter-gatherers point to a less expensive option.
For many world heritage sites, flood risks are increasing. But what about places that don't have the funds for protection?
Governments should stop offering false hopes and pandering to NIMBY pressures. As well as increased public and private housing supply, growing cities need well-designed higher-density development.
In the election bidding wars, parties commit billions to transport projects, often before all the work needed to justify these has been done. More cost-effective alternatives hardly get a look-in.
Efforts by governments to redirect population growth to regional Australia have never worked. Even if such policies could be made to work, they probably wouldn't be worth the costs.
The map will help uncover real experiences of gender inequality in public places, from sports facilities to public transport, community services and infrastructure, to simply walking down the street.
Ghana needs to deal with the underlying causes of floods and prepare people for them.
In a country where 26% of the population has access to mobile internet, India's working class women are finding other ways to fight the patriarchy.
For a nation in the grips of a housing crisis, you'd expect high-rise developments to be good news – unfortunately not.
We read about and watch other people moving to the coast or country and, in doing so, sometimes we're persuaded to join the seachangers and treechangers ourselves.
What happens in Bristol could set an important precedent for councils to step up and defend their local community's interests.
Australian cities are home to many threatened species but are also where biodiversity is being destroyed by development. But what if planning and design processes built nature into the urban fabric?
Research has started to identify the key factors in creating communities that promote good early childhood development.
Green spaces can help to address loneliness. But they are highly vulnerable to austerity.
Darwin's climate is getting even hotter and it's one of the main reasons people leave the city. A lot more can be done, though, to make our tropical cities safe, cool and enjoyable.
It's withstood the test of time, and it's leading people to get out of the house, travel around and spend more time with their families.