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1. 21 September 17TASMANIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said that Hobart is experiencing a continuation of supply and demand pressures which is driving house price growth; however, it remains affordable in the context of some of the mainland house prices. [Full text]
2. 21 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said that falling house prices are indicative of a weak economy, which is why the WA Government must double down on its commitment to driving the State's growth. [Full text]
3. 21 September 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The NT Government issued 'Construction Snapshot July 2017'. [Full text]
4. 21 September 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA released a list of the 20 largest residential builders in NSW. [Full text]
5. 21 September 17ECONOMICS / ICT
Shadow Minister Ed Husic addressed the AFR Innovation Summit. [Full text]
6. 21 September 17ECONOMICS / ICT
Barton Deakin issued a brief on the Digital Economy Consultation Paper. [Full text]
7. 21 September 17ECONOMICS / ICT
Minister Arthur Sinodinos released a consultation paper as part of the development of a Digital Economy Strategy. [Full text]
8. 21 September 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Shadow Minister Brenden O'Connor called for an inquiry into the appointment of the former ABCC Commissioner. [Full text]
9. 21 September 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA released a list of the 20 largest residential builders in Australia. [Full text]
10. 21 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
According to the CoreLogic Accumulation Index the total returns nationally from the housing asset class were 13.2 per cent over the 12 months to August. [Full text]
11. 21 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The annual pace of capital city dwelling price growth moved up a gear to 10.2 per cent during the June quarter, according to the HIA. [Full text]
12. 21 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS issued 'Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities, Jun 2017'. [Full text]
13. 21 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The RBA said that housing price growth slowed over 2017 in Sydney, but remained strong in Melbourne. [Full text]
14. 18 September 17ECONOMICS
The Parliamentary Library issued 'Dividing the pie: release of new data on economic inequality'. [Full text]
15. 11 September 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
During August, growth in the construction of detached houses continued while apartment construction slipped backwards, according to the Ai Group. [Full text]
16. 7 September 17ECONOMICS
The Ai Group announced that its Performance of Services Index fell 3.4 points to 53.0 in August. [Full text]
17. 7 September 17ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Office of Northern Australia issued a communique following last week's Ministerial Forum on Northern Development. [Full text]
18. 7 September 17ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Regional Australia Institute released a report on the trends shaping the economies of Darwin, Geelong and Hobart. [Full text]
19. 7 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said that solid growth in home renovations activity contributed to a pick up in the pace of economic growth in the June quarter. [Full text]
20. 7 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS also released national accounts figures and said that dwelling construction remains at elevated levels, although new residential building approvals are on the decline. [Full text]
21. 7 September 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS released building approvals data for July. [Full text]
22. 4 September 17VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said that building approvals and construction work completed in Victoria in the past 12 months have continued their upward trend. [Full text]
23. 4 September 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The ABS issued 'Private New Capital Expenditure and Expected Expenditure, Australia, Jun 2017'. [Full text]
24. 31 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said it will be important that governments at all levels do not over react to the strong housing market by adding more regulation or levies that could slow supply down. [Full text]
25. 31 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Minister Roberts said housing approvals in NSW continue at historic highs, according to data released by the ABS. [Full text]
26. 31 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said the data indicates a fall in housing completions of nine per cent. [Full text]
27. 31 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Minister Anthony Roberts said the figures show housing completions are up from last financial year. [Full text]
28. 31 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
NSW Planning and Environment issued Metropolitan Housing Monitor data for Sydney, including dwelling approvals and completions. [Full text]
29. 31 August 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Treasury issued papers on productivity trends and structural change in the economy. [Full text]
30. 31 August 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The ABS released preliminary figures on construction work done in the June quarter. [Full text]
31. 31 August 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said a drop in new apartment sales has contributed to the continuing decline in new home sales nationally since they peaked in mid 2015. [Full text]
32. 31 August 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The figures show that the detached house building sector has plateaued at a high level while the building of multi-unit projects is sliding, according to the HIA. [Full text]
33. 31 August 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The ABS issued building approvals data for July. [Full text]
34. 28 August 17TASMANIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
New home building activity in Tasmania will see solid growth for the next number of years, according to the HIA. [Full text]
35. 28 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said that things are anticipated to gather pace during 2018/19 when total dwelling commencements are forecast to rise by 7.2 per cent. [Full text]
36. 28 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said the WA property sector is on track for a recovery but it looks like it will take a little longer to fully materialise. [Full text]
37. 28 August 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Detached house building in the ACT will see fairly consistent growth over the next three years, according to the HIA. [Full text]
38. 28 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Fletcher announced that Western Sydney Airport's headquarters will be in Liverpool. [Full text]
39. 28 August 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Paul Fletcher discussed the Western Sydney Airport and the growth of Western Sydney in an address. [Full text]
40. 28 August 17RURAL AND REGIONAL / ECONOMICS
Regional Capitals Australia published its submission and list of recommendations to the Productivity Commission's interim report on transitioning regional economies. [Full text]
41. 28 August 17RURAL AND REGIONAL / ECONOMICS
A House committee released an issues paper for its inquiry into regional development and decentralisation. [Full text]
42. 28 August 17DESIGN / ECONOMICS
The Committee for Sydney published a summary of its recent event on the economics of walkability. [Full text]
43. 28 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Treasury issued a document relating to negative gearing and capital gains Budget measures, under a Freedom of Information request. [Full text]
44. 28 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The HIA issued a summary of its National Outlook Report and advocated against regulatory changes to foreign investment in real estate. [Full text]
45. 28 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The newly-formed Affordable Housing Party launched its website and policy platform. [Full text]
46. 28 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The UTS Business School's Associate Professor Harry Scheule discussed the financial risks of concentration in the housing market, in an article. [Full text]
47. 24 August 17VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said that Victoria is the only state economy that has grown above trend for two consecutive years. [Full text]
48. 24 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Senator Peter Whish-Wilson called for investment property to be treated as a financial product. [Full text]
49. 24 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Professor Bill Randolph discussed investor-driven density and disadvantage, in an article. [Full text]
50. 24 August 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Core Logic published an analysis of the significant drop in the proportion of dwellings selling below $400,000 in recent years. [Full text]