Save our suburbs: shifting the load

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Our inner city areas are highly valued for work and living, in large part because of past state  largesse. Jago Dodson suggests the time is ripe for a ‘spatial accessibility tax’ that could spread jobs and services far more equitably across Melbourne.

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