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20 life changing lessons to start your week
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20 life changing lessons to start your week

Here’s a selection of great inspirational quotes to start off your week – many from some great thought leaders. Some would even call these life changing lessons: “Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power.” -CLINT EASTWOOD- “The past is a great place…

First home buyers in Vic and NSW look to be taking advantage of recent policy changes to stamp duty
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First home buyers in Vic and NSW look to be taking advantage of recent policy changes to stamp duty

Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows a rebound in owner occupier first home buyer housing finance commitments.  In August, 10,227 owner occupier first home buyer finance commitments were recorded and represented the greatest number since December 2009 – this is 17.2% of all owner occupier housing finance commitments and the highest proportion…

Things to Come: The timeline of future technology [Infographic]
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Things to Come: The timeline of future technology [Infographic]

Technology keeps changing at an ever increasing speed. So what’s ahead for us – probably the unimaginable. Today’s infographic from Futurism rounds up some of the most interesting predictions about the future, from trusted sources such as Scientific American and The National Academy of Sciences. MACHINES, BIG AND SMALL The confluence of robotics, artificial intelligence, and increasing levels…

Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them
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Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them

Digital media on building facades are changing the appearance of our cities – this creates a need for new urban policy guidelines to retain architectural quality and promote social engagement, writes… Niels Wouters, University of Melbourne Looking over the Melbourne skyline in the evening, I can see at least four high-rise building facades containing digital…

Podcast Episode 11: Who should you ask for property investing advice?| Claiming negative gearing in a trust | Some lessons from Jim Rohn
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Podcast Episode 11: Who should you ask for property investing advice?| Claiming negative gearing in a trust | Some lessons from Jim Rohn

It has been an exciting weekend for me. I just got back from visiting my daughter who had her third child.  That’s my tenth grandchild and a great reminder of the important things in life. In today’s podcast, I answer the question of who should you ask for property investment advice. With so many mixed…

City-by-city analysis shows our capitals aren’t liveable for many residents
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City-by-city analysis shows our capitals aren’t liveable for many residents

Governments, developers and urban planners all aspire to create liveable cities – yet when it comes to Australian cities, the rhetoric and reality don’t quite match, writes… Billie Giles-Corti, RMIT University and Jonathan Arundel, RMIT University This article is one in a series, Healthy Liveable Cities, in the lead-up to the Designing Healthy Liveable Cities…

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