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Property Council challenges Palaszczuk government plan for economic growth

Adani coal mine Chairmen and Queensland Premier

Townsville real estate industry heads up The Townsville real estate industry knows too well the impact of slow growth as a major regional centre of Queensland over the past 10 years. Now the Property Council of Australia has raised the concerns of poor economic growth in the property industry more broadly in

In Like Flynn film from “shaggy bluff sheer like a fortress” of Townsville to Hollywood star

In Like Flynn actor Errol Flynn

A Hollywood legend In Like Flynn might not be the subject most people associate with Townsville real estate, or even the arts and cultural scene in the spiritual capital of the Northern Australian city, but the latest blockbuster movie does feature Australia's greatest Hollywood star. Out now for national release, the feature

Townsville water security falls on Hells Gates Dam

Townsville water security and Hells Gates Dam

Townsville Water Security Townsville water security aspirations have moved a little closer with the $2.2 million federally funded Hells Gates Dam feasibility study confirming the project’s viability, but the short term cost to Townsville’s economy could have negative impacts on the port city. The irrigated agriculture and power project is worth $5.35

Townsville Port reports solid annual profit and reduced tonnages

Trading - Bulk shipping service between Townsville North Queensland and Singapore and China

Townsville Port, a State government-owned corporation, has posted a $15 million net profit for the 2017-2018 financial year based on the entity's annual financial statement. The Townsville Port praised its own performance saying the business “again delivered strong financial results while continuing to deliver major infrastructure investments”. Management of the Port said

Townsville Home owners offered government handouts for home improvements

Townsville Home owners threatened by tidal waters

Townsville home owners targeted Townsville home owners living within 50 kilometres of the coast that qualify for the State Government's Household Resilience Program funding criteria could be eligible for up to $11,250 in handouts to spend on home improvements. Townsville and Residents and Ratepayers Facebook Group representative, Mr. Peter Newey expressed concerns about

Queensland Nickel resurgence exposes Government industrial investment bias

Queensland Nickel CEO Clive Palmer

Queensland Nickel exposing political corruption Queensland Nickel CEO, local Townsville resident and Queensland’s richest person, Mr Clive Palmer has laid the blame for Townsville’s poor economic performance squarely at the feet of the Labor Mayor Jenny Hill and the leadership of the Townsville City Council during a $15,000 community funding announcement

Selling your business – tips on getting resources ready

Selling your business

Selling your business Maximising value We have found through experience that many businesses have reduced the profitability of the business for tax reasons and, if this is the case, the true value of the business will not be clear from the financial records when selling your business. This creates a significant problem when

Townsville Harbour City Project calling Expression of Interests

Townsville Harbour City precinct

Townsville Harbour City A proposed new multi-million dollar world-class marine science and research building as part of the Townsville Harbour City precinct will be constructed on the banks of Ross Creek at Flinders Street East. The development will replace the existing Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority building if expressions of interest

Stamp duty tax grab; REIQ scathing of Queensland government and calls for 100% abolition

Stamp duty tax in Queensland draws scathing back lash from REIQ

Stamp Duty Tax needs abolition The Real Estate Institute of Queensland is scathing of the Queensland Government’s cash grab from the property sector from its stamp duty tax increases, saying an extra $273 million in revenues has been collected and it has reduced the affordability of housing across Queensland. Australian Bureau of

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