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    Credit crunch squeezes retail projects

    Credit crunch squeezes retail projects

    29 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    THE buoyant economic conditions that prompted the recent wave of new retail developments in the Perth CBD are starting to turn, and while inquiries from retailers remain strong, a downturn in retail spending may dampen demand. ...

    Subi Centro plans released

    Subi Centro plans released

    29 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    SUBIACO-BASED property syndicator Australasian Property Investments Pty Ltd has released the plans for its $150 million Subi Centro development on the former site of refrigeration company, Arcus Australia. ...

    Employment dynamic shifts

    Employment dynamic shifts

    22 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    TWELVE months ago, the idea of having more than a handful of job applications for a single vacancy would have been beyond contemplation for many businesses in Western Australia. ...

    Training opportunities food for thought

    Training opportunities food for thought

    22 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    FOUR years after it started training food industry employees, Victoria Park-based provider Australian College of Training is preparing to export its services to New Zealand and Asia. ...

    Downturn effects felt in property sector

    Downturn effects felt in property sector

    22 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    WESTERN Australia's property market was a vastly changed landscape in the latter half of financial year 2008, as the boom came to an end and the global financial crisis began to unfold. ...

    Rising rents pressure CBD tenants

    Rising rents pressure CBD tenants

    22 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    RISING office rents in the Perth CBD are prompting a change in the city's tenant profile, with a number of companies relocating after rent reviews, and others pushed out of the city into fringe suburbs. ...

    Perth rents remain steady

    Perth rents remain steady

    16 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    House rents in Perth remained steady in the September quarter, in line with most other state capitals, while rents for units fell 6 per cent, according to figures from Australian Property Monitors. ...

    Working women key: CCI

    Working women key: CCI

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    ALMOST 120,000 extra workers could be made available in Western Australia if women received more incentives to join the workforce, according to a new report from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA. ...

    Builders move to manage margins

    Builders move to manage margins

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    THE downturn in Western Australia's property market is continuing to challenge the residential building industry, with housing starts falling across the board and businesses being forced to adapt. ...

    House prices hit for third quarter

    House prices hit for third quarter

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    THE downturn in Perth's housing market continued during the September quarter, with the city's median house price falling for the third consecutive quarter to $426,000. ...

    Bringing CBD laneways to life

    Bringing CBD laneways to life

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    THE push to redevelop laneways in the Perth CBD is gaining momentum, with plans for a series of small bars and cafes being developed by business owners and arts groups. ...

    Independent design panel for Joondalup

    Independent design panel for Joondalup

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    PROPERTY developers with projects in the City of Joondalup will soon have their development plans assessed by an independent committee, following a decision by the council to set up a design advisory panel. ...

    Unis consider study options

    Unis consider study options

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    WITH universities facing growing pressure to specialise, driven by funding models and the looming federal government higher education review, Western Australia's four public universities are preparing to run the measuring tape over their course offerings. ...

    Women key to labour shortage: CCIWA

    Women key to labour shortage: CCIWA

    15 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    Almost 120,000 extra workers could be made available in Western Australia if more women were encouraged to join the workforce, according to a new report from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA. ...

    Perth house prices face slow climb

    Perth house prices face slow climb

    14 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    Perth's median house price is expected to rise 12 per cent by 2010-11, although solid growth is unlikely over the next two years due to affordability constraints, according to a report from mortgage insurer PMI. ...

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