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Monday December 9 2019

Australian housin...

It only took a relationship breakdown for one Victorian father to be forced into sleeping in his car or on a couch, while his children shared a room at his mother's two-bedroom bungalow.

Wednesday October 30 2019

Property Pay Rise...

Renumeration increases for real-estate and property professionals throughout Australia are constrained despite being higher than pay increases across the economy generally, the latest report shows.

Monday October 21 2019

How to thrive at ...

Sectors such as property, infrastructure and energy are evolving and employers’ requirements are changing too. Understanding this new landscape is the key to professional success, whatever your career stage

Friday October 11 2019

Why We Need to Br...

In the early 1980s, Chalmers University of Technology researcher Roger S Ulrich compared records on recovery after cholecystectomy of 46 patients in a suburban Pennsylvania hospital over the period spanning 1972 to 1981.

Thursday September 5 2019

Urban Taskforce G...

One of NSW’s most influential property development lobby groups is set for a new leader after Chris Johnson has stepped down after eight years in the role.

Monday August 12 2019

Where Will Melbou...

“If Google was to land in Melbourne and want 8,000 square meters, (they would have) limited options – probably one at the moment.”

Wednesday July 17 2019

There’s Gold in T...

Hey home builders, would you like half a billion dollars?

22 Mar, 2019
Growing Backlash over NSW Dam Wall Plan

Community groups and traditional owners have accused the NSW government of not being transparent over plans to raise the Warragamba Dam wall.

30 Jan, 2019
Property Industry Fights For Negative Gearing

Opposing the abolition of negative gearing and discounts to capital gains tax will be the top advocacy issue for the property sector in the upcoming federal...

31 Aug, 2018
Less Building May Lift Home Prices: Report

House prices are cooling off in Sydney and Melbourne but could rise again as the pace of new home building slows, a report has warned.

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18 Jan, 2018
Govt Slammed for NSW Coal Mine Approval

Community groups have slammed the government's decision to approve the controversial Wallarah 2 coal mine on the NSW Central Coast, claiming they won't cease fighting to...

20 Feb, 2014
Mirvac to Help US Pension Fund Buy Premium Offices

Mirvac has struck a deal with one of America's leading retirement providers to jointly invest in prime office projects sourced by the Australian property group.