Federal Election 2013
My City 2013
Australia needs to rethink and modernise its approach to the three tiers of government
Good public policy can deliver tangible benefits to the community
Mandatory Disclosure: an essential toolkit for energy efficiency compliance
The burden of regulation on businesses needs to be slashed
Property Council welcomes Henry Tax Plan
Australia's cities should be great by design, not by accident
Australia’s property industry has shrugged off mining boom gloom and enters the new year with improving levels of ...
These vacancy numbers reflect the impact of a softening Australian economy and real downsizing in the mining sector
Governments should stop thinking of the property sector as a cash cow
A large, skilled workforce is needed if the property sector's success is to continue
The property industry has a clear plan for addressing climate change
Local roots, global knowledge: Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz
We are continually bombarded with new information and statistics, but sometimes it pays to step back and view the big picture, writes Craig James.
The rise of knowledge-intensive industries is clustering high-value jobs around city centres, writes Jane-Frances Kelly.
The past few years have seen economic turmoil, which has given rise to talk about a ‘new normal’: low growth, low interest rates and greater volatility.
From kayaks to pubs and skyscrapers, Rick Butler has been there, done that. In his 30-plus-year career, Butler has garnered a reputation for being as eclectic as his investment pedigree.
As commercial landlords endured falling rents in 2012, investors fared better, with steady returns. What are the prospects for 2013?
After a 14-year offshore odyssey in the most dynamic property markets of the world, Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, born in the UK but raised in Australia, has returned to take the helm at Mirvac.
There are those who say that the days of the office are numbered. That eventually, we will all be working from home and Skyping and social media-ing each other.
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