Australia's major cities are benefiting the rich more than the poor and becoming breeding grounds for inequality in the process, research suggests.

An analysis of 101 Aussie cities and towns concluded that the bigger the population, the wealthier the city. However the incomes of wealthy people living in the biggest cities grow disproportionately faster than low-income earners, the study by University of Sydney researchers said. Lead researcher Somwrita Sarkar said the findings…