How An Ageing Population Will Affect Australia

July 5th, 2013

Market analyst Catherine Cashmore said that taxpayers will bear the brunt of an ageing population's needs. With a fifth of Australians now expected to live into their nineties, and a statistically-significant drop in the country's birth rate, Austral

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Risk Economist Discusses Tough Times For Economy

June 28th, 2013

It is possible to predict changes in the stock market, said risk economist Didier Sornette. In a TED Talk, Sornette discussed unstable market bubbles and how his team of researchers have been able to identify when these bubbles will pop. Sornette

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Sydney’s Central Park Sustainability Investments Pay Off

June 27th, 2013

Sydney’s city center is in the process of being transformed. Frasers Property Australia recently showcased One Central Park, its new five-star green designed development. The project consists of a large residential and retail complex featuring a la

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Home Ownership Doesn’t Necessarily Buy Happiness

June 26th, 2013

The dream of home ownership in Australia may be changing. According to Australian writer, magazine columnist and broadcaster Clementine Ford, writing for The Guardian, the dream of owning a home is now more expensive, complicated and unrealistic.

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Research Reveals Priorities for Australians in Cities

June 25th, 2013

A new study explored what Australians are most looking for from their cities. The engineering and consulting firm MWH conducted the study in order to determine what people deem most important for comfortable city living. The study, entitled Your L

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