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Regional Development

Changes to negative gearing "damaging"

By Jane Fitzgerald
Executive Director Property Council of NSW

MANY Australians are feeling uncertain about the future.


Parramatta Jail. Featured

Jail incompatible with residential plans

By Di Bartok

THE uncertainty over NSW government plans to reopen Parramatta Correctional Centre has cast a pall over its UrbanGrowth Parramatta North Renewal project.


Premier with Deng Adut in background. Featured

PM and Premier were “out there”

FAST train to Badgerys Creek Airport, moving the Powerhouse Museum to Parramatta and major infrastructure proposals for Western Sydney were on the agenda when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Premier Mike Baird headlined a day-long summit at Western Sydney University last Friday.


Boost to Westmead power capacity

WESTMEAD Hospital’s new power system was officially switched on this week, doubling the availability of power to the broader Westmead precinct and marking another milestone in the redevelopment.


Artist impression of the Evergrand development at Rouse Hill. Featured

New projects headline quality

LEADING Western Sydney design firm, Idraft Group (IDRAFT), has welcomed the approval of its 17-storey residential and retail tower in Harris Park, thanks to its design excellence as assessed by an expert panel.


Blacktown family Tristram and Leanne Larwood with 13-month old Aiden: The couple married in September 2013 and managed to contain their wedding cost to about $16,000 - despite having 110 guests. When you consider the average cost of a wedding is more than twice that amount, the couple did well. As a result of saving on their wedding and honeymoon they were able to put down a deposit on their $500,000 Blacktown house with a pool. Featured

Home ownership trumps weddings

By Di Bartok

MORE young couples are downsizing or putting off their weddings to put money on a home deposit, the latest research shows.


Artist impression of the new zoo. Featured

Windfall expected from new zoo

By Red Dwyer

HIGH hopes of an economic windfall are riding on the approval of a zoo in Blacktown.


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