Real Estate News & Articles

Brisbane clinic to begin trials on promising coronavirus drug

05 Nov2020
A Brisbane clinic is set to begin human trials on a drug that's exhibited a strong anti-viral effect against COVID-19. Niclosamide has been used as an anti-parasitic treatment since it was developed in [...] Read More...

How To Remove Calcium Buildup on Your Shower Screen

03 Nov2020
CALCIUM BUILD UP AND LIME SCALE Have you ever noticed the white, hard to remove stains on your shower screens and doors? Lime Scale or calcium is what causes the white build up that occurs on your shower scree [...] Read More...

BRISBANE AIRPORT MORE THAN TWICE AS BUSY AS SYDNEY

02 Nov2020
Queensland’s decision to reshut its border to NSW has bizarrely caused Brisbane to surge past Sydney and handle more than twice as many passengers per month as its larger rival, Australian Aviation can [...] Read More...

'Perfect storm' for renters ahead, advocates warn

30 Oct2020
Tenancy advocates say the Queensland government's decision to end an eviction moratorium this month could create a "perfect storm", as JobKeeper rates are also reduced. On Wednesday, Housing Minister Mick [...] Read More...

Flu-related hospital admissions plummet from 900 to just 1 in Brisbane, thanks to COVID

29 Oct2020
Brisbane’s major public hospitals have had a dream run this winter with just one admission for influenza compared to more than 900 a year ago. The remarkable and very welcome decline in flu-related admis [...] Read More...

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane rent prices plummeted amid pandemic, RBA reveals

28 Oct2020
A massive change is sweeping Australia’s housing market, and whether you rent, own or invest, it’s going to affect you. House prices are the flashy part of the housing market, but the Reserve Bank of [...] Read More...

Six minor mistakes that could cause tenants to lose bond money

27 Oct2020
This could be due to small issues in the home overlooked by tenants – even after a routine clean and moving out your furniture there are often issues that can eat into your bond, Amy Sanderson general [...] Read More...

$3.5 million for Holocaust museum in Brisbane

26 Oct2020
For all Queenslanders and visitors to have the opportunity to hear and learn about the Shoah is vital for future generations. We must never forget what happened'.   JUST days after the federal govern [...] Read More...

Separated bike lanes to run through Brisbane's CBD in 12-month trial

23 Oct2020
New separated bike lanes will run through the heart of Brisbane's CBD by the end of the year, with some on-street parking, loading zones and taxi zones removed or relocated to make way. Brisbane City Council [...] Read More...

Brisbane café’s ‘cup of coffee kindness’ campaign goes viral

22 Oct2020
A Queensland coffee shop is grabbing the attention of Australians and people around the world with its thoughtful campaign that enables customers to anonymously buy a cup of coffee for someone in need. The Bean N [...] Read More...
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