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"Confidence is well and truly back" in South Australian market

"Confidence is well and truly back" in South Australian market

The June 2018 quarter results released by the Real Estate Institute of South Australia (REISA) reveals confidence has returned to the market.

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TOURISM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA REACHES RECORD $6.7 BILLION

TOURISM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA REACHES RECORD $6.7 BILLION

South Australia’s tourism appeal continues to grow, with the state attracting more visitors than ever before, whilst notching up a record $6.7 billion in visitor expenditure.

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Increased passenger numbers spark $55 million upgrade at Cairns Airport

Increased passenger numbers spark $55 million upgrade at Cairns Airport

Cairns Airport's domestic terminal will be future-proofed to accommodate increasing passenger traffic under a $55 million redevelopment plan set to begin in August.

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New Era For Ballarat Secondary College

New Era For Ballarat Secondary College

Families in Ballarat will have access to two new stand-alone secondary schools in time for the 2019 school year, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.

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BHP approves $4.5b South Flank iron ore mine in Western Australia

BHP approves $4.5b South Flank iron ore mine in Western Australia

BHP has warned of rising cost pressures as it and Fortescue Metals Group push ahead with $6 billion of new iron ore projects in Western Australia, with the scramble for workers and equipment set to intensify should Pilbara rival Rio Tinto pull the trigger on its own expansion.

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Housing sector, Electrical Trades Union hit out at Queensland budget

Housing sector, Electrical Trades Union hit out at Queensland budget

The decision to slash Queensland's First Home Owners Grant scheme in the state budget was bluntly rejected as a real mistake by Queensland’s two senior housing sector bodies.

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