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New data shows 177,500 jobs created since 2015

New data shows 177,500 jobs created since 2015

The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to growing the economy helped deliver 7,100 new jobs in August, including 6,200 new full-time jobs.

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Property prices fall 0.7% in June quarter 2018

Property prices fall 0.7% in June quarter 2018

Residential property prices fell 0.7% in the June quarter 2018, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

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New Rail Loop Set To Connect Geelong And The South-West

New Rail Loop Set To Connect Geelong And The South-West

A re-elected Andrews Labor Government will embark upon the biggest transformation of public transport in Australia’s history, with a new underground rail network set to circle Melbourne connecting every major regional train line from the Geelong line to the Gippsland line through Melbourne Airport.

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Mulpha selling Cairns Rydges Esplanade Hotel nearly double what they paid in 2016

Mulpha selling Cairns Rydges Esplanade Hotel nearly double what they paid in 2016

Malaysian real estate giant Mulpha is hoping to almost double its money on a Cairns hotel, acquired less than two years ago, after riding the recent tourism boom in Far North Queensland.

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Crystalbrook Collection starts employment campaign in Cairns

Crystalbrook Collection starts employment campaign in Cairns

500 local jobs across three hotels in the next 18 months. That's the massive recruitment mission facing Crystalbrook Collection as the countdown begins for the opening of its first hotel in early November.

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Exciting Times for Townsville

Exciting Times for Townsville

Townsville could very well be the most exciting housing market in Australia at the moment. Townsville is a major regional hub in North Queensland, an easy 2 hour flight from Brisbane with a population base of approximately 180,000 people.  The median house price in Townsville has taken a bashing over the last 10 years and is currently -12% lower than in 2008. Units are even worse off, with prices 22% lower in 2018 than they were in 2008. So, why is this extremely poor performance over the last decade exciting? 

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