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Mount Low – Top Price Property Of The Week – 6 Newell Court – $560,000

Mount Low - elevated view of 6 Newell Court

This week’s winner – 6 Newell Court Mount Low As part of the northern beaches development corridor in Townsville North Queensland, Mount Low is popular with couples and families because of the estates such as Sanctum offering block sizes larger than the average property. The neighbourhood of just over 4600 residents and

Recipe Favourite – Coconut Blueberry Banana Cake

Coconut Banana Blueberry Cake by Jodie Klaproth

Coconut Blueberry Banana Cake It is so much fun getting creative with food. Here I have modified the recipe posted last week. We enjoyed the light coconut flavour of the Malibu Tropical Coconut Cake, added some bananas and blueberries whilst decreasing the sugar content and increasing the flour quantity. This combining of these

How government have widened the gap between generations in home ownership

Government - How they have widened the gap for generational home ownership

Various government policies have fuelled the demand for housing over time, expanding the wealth of older home owners and pushing it further and further beyond the reach of young would-be home buyers. A new study highlights this divide between millennials and their boomer parents. The study is part of a Committee of Economic

Development frenzy emerging between local builder alliance and national property retailers

Development of retail space at Townsville shopping centres

Development Local Alliance A development frenzy has emerged between Townsville City's local builders, State government subsidiaries and the "Big 3" major shopping centres who are upgrading brands, defending loyalty and seducing retail tenants with competitive prices against the central business district (CBD) around the North Queensland Cowboys Stadium. Townsville's CBD revitalisation initiative

Townsville FIFO Workforce Aspirations Outlawed by Queensland government

Townsville FIFO Fly-in Fly-out over coal mine in central Queensland

Townsville FIFO Hub Townsville aspirations to become the Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) hub for the Adani coal mine is under serious threat as the  Queensland Government has banned 100% FIFO workforces on large resource projects near regional communities. Minister for State Development Dr. Anthony Lynham said the Strong and Sustainable Resource Communities Bill would prohibit 100%

Construction boosts Townsville short to medium term prospects

Northern Australia - Local, State and Federal Government Ministers and Stakeholders stand ready to turn the first sod of soil on the new $250 million North Queensland Stadium

Construction Boost for Townsville Construction employment is driving a resurgence in demand for rental accommodation and dwelling ownership in Townsville’s property market at the cost of vendor discounting and modest correction in capital losses. Townsville medium house prices have dropped over the past twelve months by 7.4 percent and 4.5 percent over

Rangewood – Top Price Property Of The Week – 2 Raja Aho Road – $720,000

Aeriel View of 2 Raja Aho Road Rangewood Alice River photo from Remax Lyn and Rohan and featured by Townsville Real Estate News TREN eMagazine

This week’s winner – 2 Raja Aho Road Rangewood Rangewood has become a haven for couples and families as an estate in the Alice River suburb that offers the freedom and security of larger size blocks. The neighbourhood of just over 1000 residents and 376 dwellings has on average 4.1 persons occupying

As a coastal defence, the Great Barrier Reef value to communities goes way beyond tourism

Great Barrier Reef - Clown fish and coral near Townsville

Great Barrier Reef Rising sea levels are widely recognised as a threat to coastal communities worldwide. In Australia, the Climate Council estimates that at least A$226 billion of assets and infrastructure will be exposed to inundation if sea levels rise by 1.1 metres. Another report recommended that global mean sea level rise of up to 2.7