HouseMate would sell homes for little more than the cost of construction, allowing the use of super for the deposit and mortgage payments.
Springtails are found in every habitat except the oceans.
Rats have lived with us for thousands of years.
A war is raging in your backyard between the “good” and “bad” mosquitoes.
Termite damage costs Australian homes at least a billion dollars each year – but they are absolutely vital for ecosystems.
Grunting, growling, hissing, screeching: if your home is making these noises, you probably have possums.
Silverfish have disappeared from our homes as book-bindings - their favourite food - have improved.
Huntsman spiders deserve a place alongside koalas and kangaroos as iconic Australian wildlife.
If you’re hearing a strange chatter in your home, you may have gecko housemates.
There are over 5,000 species of cockroach, but fortunately only a few have chosen to live with us.
Be thankful you aren’t a male redback spider.
Our homes harbour hundreds of species of insects and their relatives.
Fleas have lived with people for as long as people have lived with pets.
Moulds and fungi have been living with us for thousands of years - you just might not think about them until they become a problem.