Queensland tenants under pressure as rents rise amid calls for compassion from landlords | ABC News

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There appears to be no end in sight for those caught in Queensland’s rental crunch. Tenants across the state face rising rent as demand outweighs supply, but there are calls to show compassion for those in financial stress.

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