Real Estate News & Articles

Brisbane’s heritage bridges a blessing and a burden

22 Feb2021
Bearing the brunt of Brisbane’s congestion, bridges form a critical part of the river city’s infrastructure – but they come with their own set of challenges. While some, such as the Story and [...] Read More...

Property developer buys heritage-listed Shafston House but plans for site are unclear

19 Feb2021
The heritage-listed 1851 riverfront property Shafston House has been sold to a property developer. According to the Queensland Heritage Register, the gothic-style house at Kangaroo Point is one of the oldest [...] Read More...

Historical photos of Brisbane in the 1800s brought to life thanks to volunteer restorer

18 Feb2021
Almost 100 historical photographs of Brisbane and its surrounding regions have been brought to life for the digital age, painting a clearer picture of what the river city was like in the 19th century. The glass [...] Read More...

Young repeat offenders must prove why they should get bail under Qld reform

11 Feb2021
Teenagers accused of breaking and entering, robbery or assault while on bail will be forced to prove why they should not be held on remand under law changes announced by Queensland’s Premier. Annastacia [...] Read More...

Brisbane economy 'bouncing back' after coronavirus lockdown, council data reveals

10 Feb2021
The Brisbane economy has started to "bounce back" from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, with retail spending in the 2020 November-to-December period one of the biggest in a decade, new data released [...] Read More...

Brisbane company's home COVID testing kits approved for use in United States in landmark deal

09 Feb2021
A Brisbane-based company has signed a landmark $300 million deal with the United States government to roll out an at-home coronavirus testing kit. Ellume Health has developed the first non-prescription [...] Read More...

Why Byron Bay, Main Beach is disappearing before our eyes

07 Dec2020
Storms or tropical cyclones usually get the blame when Australia’s beaches suffer severe erosion. But on the New South Wales north coast at Byron Bay, another force is at play. In the past six months [...] Read More...

Lifesavers ask beachgoers to pay $1 for every hour they spend at Aussie beaches

04 Dec2020
Lifesavers across Australia are asking beachgoers to donate $1 for every hour they spend at Australia’s beaches this summer in an ambitious plan to thank volunteers. In the new Adopt an Hour ad campaign [...] Read More...

Brisbane's City Cycle scheme to undergo electric bike revolution

03 Dec2020
Brisbane's City Cycle scheme is set to undergo an electric bike revolution following a recent decline in rider numbers. From July next year, Brisbane City Council's 150 inner-city docking stations will be [...] Read More...

How to stay safe throughout snake season

02 Dec2020
As the weather warms, you’ll notice more wildlife appearing in your backyard – including snakes. Taronga Zoo keeper Emma Bembrick shares her top tips for safely interacting with these reptiles. SPRING [...] Read More...
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