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9 June 2021
Tiny House

Australia’s big interest in tiny houses

Despite early forecasts of a COVID-19-driven slump, house prices are now surging in many parts of Australia. This is further widening the gap between the housing “haves” and “have-nots”, and we are seeing related rises in housing stress, rental insecurity and homelessness. In Australia and elsewhere a movement has emerged that supports tiny house living as an important response to the housing affordability crisis.

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8 June 2021
Brisbane Flood 2011

Climate change and the great Australian insurance dilemma

Underinsurance and un-insurability are growing in Australia and creating a plethora of social justice issues. With low-income earners and first home buyers disproportionately exposed to risks.

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30 May 2017
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20 November 2018
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31 October 2018

Experts to open new doors at 2018 Affordable Housing Symposium

Industry and academia will focus on delivering and managing a Build-to-Rent market within a whole-of-life approach.

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5 May 2016
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20 February 2015
Real estate and property development graduate, Sherifaye Jalloh, was the inaugural recipient of the Oliver Hume Corporation bursary.

Education meets industry to powerful effect

An industry bursary is opening doors for property development and real estate students.

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11 August 2014
New graduate, Ellen Clark, added the 2014 Property Council of Australia Peter Trathen Memorial Scholarship to her degree in real estate and property development.

Scholarship opens door to industry experience

After receiving her degree at a graduation ceremony in Brisbane, Ellen Clark now turns her attention to a property development...

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29 January 2024
Wivenhoe Dam at sunset

Is the Wivenhoe Dam really the guardian of the River City?

In the aftermath of recent cyclones, South-east Queensland residents should remain alert - especially the catchments downstream of Wivenhoe Dam says Griffith University’s Dr Margaret Cook.

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14 January 2024

Preparing for extreme weather

The Australian summer is frequently accompanied by extreme weather risks. Residents must understand their risks, stay informed through warning systems, and have disaster plans tailored to specific threats says Professor of Disaster Management, Iain MacKenzie.

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