Monthly Archives: June 2011

Kew Cottages in Court

2pm SUNDAY 26 JUNE 2011 KEW COURT HOUSE OFFICIAL LAUNCH Mayor of Boroondara, Cr Nicholas Tragas, and Andrew McIntosh, MLA, Minister responsible for the establishment of an Anti-Corruption Commission, Member for Kew. followed by Kew Cottages and th… Continue reading

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Stockland, Walker Corp eye deal: report | News | Business Spectator

Published 4:48 AM, 16 Jun 2011 Last update 4:48 AM, 16 Jun 2011 QUICK SUMMARY | FULL STORY | RETAIL | PROPERTY Property company Stockland and developer Lang Walker are on the verge of announcing Australia’s largest property deal since the global r… Continue reading

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Firefighters battle blaze at Amcor Paper Mills | Herald Sun

Firefighters battle blaze at Amcor Paper Mills Shannon Deery From: Herald Sun June 16, 2011 12:01AM UPDATE 6.32am: FIREFIGHTERS battled for more than five hours to control a blaze at an Alphington factory last night. Crews were called to the Amcor… Continue reading

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State Labor loses 16% of members

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Off the plan: The pitfalls

Posted by Paul Osborne on April 9, 2009 Off the plan: The pitfalls You have to be careful when buying ‘Off the Plan’ property. I’m still seeing many people talk about the ‘no stamp duty’ benefits. Plenty of things counteract that, so it’s importan… Continue reading

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Anti-corruption body off the pace

David Rood June 9, 2011 Premier Ted Baillieu. Photo: Craig Abraham PREMIER Ted Baillieu has cast doubt over whether the government’s anti-corruption body will be operational this year. The Coalition went to the state election pledging its new Inde… Continue reading

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Buyer beware: off-the-plan warning as projects stall

Jason Dowling and Marika Dobbin April 9, 2011 Comments 6 Off-the-plan housing contracts in Victoria will soon come with a ”warning notice” on the front page as concerns escalate about complicated contracts favouring developers and a large number… Continue reading

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