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Woodside director to lead CEDA

2017-08-15 businessnews.com.au
Melinda Cilento has been chosen to succeed Stephen Martin as chief executive of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia.

Medical emerges as a major new asset class for Perth's property market

2017-07-25 smh.com.au
GPs working out of new medical facilities near Perth's hospitals could be paying rent as high as a premium grade office block in the CBD, according to new analysis by Perth business intelligence company Y Research.

It All Adds Up episode 3: The seven secrets to happiness from the 'dismal science'

2017-07-06 theage.com.au
And not just a dismal science, but "a dreary, desolate and, indeed, quite abject and distressing one."

It All Adds Up episode 3: The seven secrets to happiness from the 'dismal science'

2017-07-06 smh.com.au
And not just a dismal science, but "a dreary, desolate and, indeed, quite abject and distressing one."

Census religion figures are no guide to the future

2017-06-28 smh.com.au
Michael Hing says he is the everyday relatable Australian, according to the 2016 census. From The Feed on SBS Viceland, 7.30 weeknights.

Howard's broad church leaned hard to the right

2017-06-28 smh.com.au
When John Howard said the Liberal Party was a broad church, it was always a statement of aspiration rather than a reality ("We need strong conservative voices – like me, says Abbott", June 28).

Dexus launches $800m healthcare fund

2017-06-27 theage.com.au
Dexus Property has made good on its intentions to expand into the $125 billion hospital and medi-centre sector, with the purchase of a seed asset for a wholesale healthcare fund that has the potential to grow to $800 million.

Dexus launches $800m healthcare fund

2017-06-27 smh.com.au
Dexus Property has made good on its intentions to expand into the $125 billion hospital and medi-centre sector, with the purchase of a seed asset for a wholesale healthcare fund that has the potential to grow to $800 million.

Watpac wins contract to build $73M aged care facility in Melbourne

2017-05-19 proactiveinvestors.com.au
Watpac (ASX:WTP) has been awarded a $73 million contract by Jewish Care Victoria to build its Senior Living and Community Precinct in Melbourne.

Nicole helps… decide whether to fix your mortgage rate

2017-04-27 smh.com.au
I'd really like your help. I'm 32, single and want to take out my first home loan soon, to buy a house in Brisbane. I've managed to save a 20 per cent deposit, like you recommend, by staying living with my parents. I'm worried about bank rate hikes though and don't know whether I should fix so I know what my mortgage repayments will be each month. I can afford a house up to $550,000. 

Investors seek out $450m of north shore assets

2017-04-25 smh.com.au
Investors are snapping up about $450 million of north shore assets with at least four major properties being offered as the owners take advantage of the strong demand for higher-yielding bricks and mortar assets.

Investors seek out $450m of north shore assets

2017-04-25 theage.com.au
Investors are snapping up about $450 million of north shore assets with at least four major properties being offered as the owners take advantage of the strong demand for higher-yielding bricks and mortar assets.

Instantly reduce health cover costs

2017-04-23 perthnow.com.au
HEALTH insurance hikes have kicked in and policy holders will notice their premiums will significantly increase but there are ways to ease costs.

Top bureaucrat moves between PM's department and health insurer Bupa

2017-04-01 smh.com.au
One of the country's top decision-makers has been seconded from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to Bupa, the country's largest health insurer that is set to benefit the most from the $22 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Another millionaire cashes in on apartment boom

2017-03-31 theage.com.au
Robert Le Tet – a low-profile member of Melbourne's establishment for more than three decades – is the latest businessman seeking to replace his company's inner-city headquarters with an apartment building.

Another millionaire cashes in on apartment boom

2017-03-31 smh.com.au
Robert Le Tet – a low-profile member of Melbourne's establishment for more than three decades – is the latest businessman seeking to replace his company's inner-city headquarters with an apartment building.

'I no longer need to hide my disability from the boss'

2017-03-15 theage.com.au
Since starting a new job at a major bank in Sydney five months ago, there has been no need to keep the secret.

'I no longer need to hide my disability from the boss'

2017-03-15 smh.com.au
Since starting a new job at a major bank in Sydney five months ago, there has been no need to keep the secret.

Cutting your health insurance costs

2017-03-04 perthnow.com.au
LOOMING private health insurance premium hikes have prompted one in four Australians to prepay their policies in full before the April 1 increase.

Extraordinary battle under way at Contango MicroCap

2017-03-03 theage.com.au
There's an extraordinary battle underway in a relatively small listed investment company (LIC) that tangentially involves the well-known names of James Packer and Peter Switzer. It raises important questions about the fiduciary duties of brokers operating discretionary accounts and the governance responsibilities of a chairman during an attempted takeover of the board.

Extraordinary battle under way at Contango MicroCap

2017-03-03 smh.com.au
There's an extraordinary battle underway in a relatively small listed investment company (LIC) that tangentially involves the well-known names of James Packer and Peter Switzer. It raises important questions about the fiduciary duties of brokers operating discretionary accounts and the governance responsibilities of a chairman during an attempted takeover of the board.

One Day in Fremantle that could change the date of the nation forever

2017-01-30 smh.com.au
If we adopt the Trump lexicon of alternative facts, only a three-legged lama, Harold Holt, two Ukrainian backpackers and a Sasquatch in a gardening hat turned out to the One Day in Fremantle event to see a Korean Bon Scott impersonator murder Highway to Hell on a kazoo.

Evergreen banks $24.4m from South Melbourne office

2017-01-27 theage.com.au
A Malaysian investor has paid $24.4 million – reflecting an incredibly low yield of 1.97 per cent – for a six-level office building at the northern end of Albert Park Lake.

Evergreen banks $24.4m from South Melbourne office

2017-01-27 smh.com.au
A Malaysian investor has paid $24.4 million – reflecting an incredibly low yield of 1.97 per cent – for a six-level office building at the northern end of Albert Park Lake.

Company that 'invented' Australia Day wants it changed

2016-12-14 smh.com.au
Just when you thought the Australian Day debate was done and dusted, the company that set the January 26 date more than 125 years ago says it's time to change it.