Article – Mining states continue to lead economy

20 January 2014 Melanie Timbrell Commonwealth Bank of Australia The resource rich states of Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland continued as frontrunners in CommSec’s quarterly State of the States report. WA […]

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Article – For Karratha once there was nothing but blue sky but future uncertain

28 December 2013 Georgia Wilkins The Age As the mining boom slows, Western Australia’s ‘City of the North’ looks to the future. The town of Karratha, at the centre of Australia’s iron […]

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Article – Boom and rust in iron ore hub

31 October 2013 Jonathan Barrett The Australian Financial Review Port Hedland cafe owner Ray Sampson has been looking for a one-bedroom unit that his son, who is also the cafe’s chef, can […]

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Article – Strive for best of both worlds

16 July 2013 Northern Territory News/Sunday Territorian LETTER OF THE DAY I’VE lived in Brisbane for all of my 63 years and have only visited the north for a couple of weeks […]

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Release land to increase housing affordability

Many Northern Australian mining regions have become victims of their own success when it comes to housing affordability. However, the large scale displacement of local communities that substantial increases bring can be […]

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Darwin house prices second highest in Australia

If something isn’t done to bring housing prices down in Northern Australia, the region will never be able to reach its full potential.

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