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Building an embassy – the practical and poetic Tuesday, 23 May 2017 Australia’s new embassy in Washington will be an important tool of trade and business. It will also express a uniquely Australian design aesthetic and capture our nation’s character, says Bates Smart Pilot program lays a new pipeline of women in property Tuesday, 23 May 2017 Last week, as more than 120 Sydney students attended the first Girls in Property program, we laid the foundations for a long-term pipeline of talent with fresh perspectives, says AMP Capital’s Louise Queensland Government’s strong stance on value-capture supported by in Friday, 19 May 2017 The Property Council has today welcomed the Deputy Premier’s warning about the tax hit Queenslanders would suffer if a poorly conceived ‘value capture’ framework was thrust upon the Cross River Rail p CITY LEFT OUT OF COUNCIL’S OWN BUDGE Thursday, 18 May 2017 The Property Council is deeply disappointed with the release of the City of Darwin’s 2018 budget and the absence of any new funding, fee waivers or other real incentives to revitalise Darwin CBD. More unemployed than seats at Adelaide Oval Thursday, 18 May 2017 In the lead-up to the State Budget, the Property Council of Australia has seized on the latest jobless figures to renew calls for reforms that drive economic growth. Victoria must lock in location for second port Thursday, 18 May 2017 The Property Council applauds Infrastructure Victoria's advice to the Victorian Government that Melbourne's second container port should be in western Victoria ("Bay West").
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