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Townsvillean giants in education, individualism and indigenous heritage

Townsvillian couple celebrating tropical lifestyle experience

Townsvillean's are of equal gender, giants in education, prefer de facto unions instead of marriage, progressive in their relationships and technology while abandoning their association with traditional faiths, except the schooling of our children, and boasts a higher than average indigenous heritage and cultural connection than the rest of Queensland

Bank fees in billions for home owners

Bank customer at ATM machine

The Reserve Bank of Australia released new data this month and found that Australians are paying for $1 billion a year in banking fees. These fees are the higher charges that are linked to home loans and credit cards. Property owners and credit card holders are throwing hundreds of dollars a

Idalia – Top Price Property Winner Of The Week – 13 Petrie Way – $580,000

TREN eMag 13 Petrie Way Idalia Top Price Winner - Townsville

This week's winner Idalia has developed from a light industrial suburb to become one of Townsville's fastest growing suburbs. The Fairfield Waters development saw the construction of nearly one thousand homes. Many of the homes are designed to executive standard with large floor areas, en-suites, 4 bedrooms and quality finishing. This week’s

Who’s responsible? Housing policy mismatched to our $6 trillion asset

Turnbull Cabinet

Does the Australian government have the policy, organisational and conceptual capacity to handle the country’s A$6 trillion housing stock? We ask this question in a newly released research report. The answer is critically important to both household opportunity and prosperity, and to the management of our largest national asset. Australians’ wealth

Top Price Property Winner of the Week – $955,000 – 18 The Point Castle Hill

This week’s winner - 18 The Point Castle Hill Castle Hill is arguably the most prestigious suburb in Townsville because of its elevation overlooking the Great Barrier Reef and Islands and the short distance to the City's business district and tropical beaches. This week’s residential property Top Price Winner of the Week has all

Council chambers development exposes false international bank representation

UK Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at Big Society Capital

Breaking story International banks are setting up global networks of "intermediaries" like the NSW-based Eastbrook Medical Centres (EMC) who have purchased the old Thuringowa council chambers site in Kirwan. They plan to develop 132 residential units and to recruit finance "actors" in the community to team up with trusted professional partners as