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“Future Cities Office” structure threatens Townsville Enterprise standing

Townsville City Council (TCC) Mayor Jenny Hill's, Chief Executive Officer, Adele Young's headline announcement axing 144 positions in the proposed restructure of Council has set the foundation for the establishment of a Future Cities Office, while exacerbating doubts about the strategic viability of Townsville Enterprise (TEL) as an economic value-add

Guide to selling a luxury home

What it takes to sell a luxury home Sellers want to get things right considering the value of the luxury home. Often worth millions of dollars, these homes are substantial investments. Putting forward a positive vision of the property is the all important aim because there are fewer luxury homes out

Townsville governance organisation structures damaging to investment pipeline

Townsville Enterprise acting vicariously for the Townsville City Council is boasting about the significant economic stimulation that the Adani project, rail and port upgrades, military deal with Singapore, solar energy projects, stadium project and the "Smart City Deal" are going to inject into the local economy. Although a noticeable inflow of

Botched media coverage or Turnbull spin?; negative gearing in federal budget

Now that the fine print of the Turnbull-Morrison federal budget has been digested, the real extent of the damage likely to impact property investors can be brought to light for full consideration. Even though the Turnbull government must negotiate the Federal Budget Bill through the Senate, the nominal federal budget measures

Family-owned local building company in liquidation after 30 years servicing North Queensland

Liquidators have moved on another long-standing Townsville family-owned business that has been manufacturing, supplying and installing building products for 30 years after collapsing with close to $2 million in debts. Nu-lite Glass and Aluminium has been experiencing significant reductions in business activity and increased competition, causing a dramatic reduction in the