It’s been a favourite with St Patrick’s Day party-goers, late night revellers and lovers of Guinness — but Northbridge icon Rosie O’Grady’s is likely to close after being put up for lease.
Regardless of whether the proposed changes are right or wrong, they will likely make it quicker for millions of Australians to get loans from banks and finance companies.
Neale Prior and Nick Bruining
The number of properties available for rent in the Perth Metropolitan are at a near decade low sparking a warning the situation was fast becoming a ‘crisis’.
The design of the upcoming The Grove Residences in Claremont — set to house WA’s most expensive penthouse — has been more than 20 years in the making.
Two of Australia’s biggest banks have slashed interest rates on a suite of home-loan products in what’s shaping up as the start of a lending war.
COVID-19 has turned the financial world upside down, but in different ways than many people expected. Experts explain how you can make the most of what you have.
Solomon Lew says millions have been set aside to potentially close hundreds of stores across Australia and New Zealand if suitable rental deals cannot be reached.
An ad for a listed property that boasts “the best of the best” appliances from V-Zug, Gaggenau, Miele, Sub-Zero and Zip can only belong to one man — Rick Hart.
Subcontractors say the McGowan Government has only moved to protect retention money — which usually represents just 5 per cent of a contract’s total value.
An aged-care home under construction in West Perth that will use futuristic technology such as robots and motion sensors is likely to set a new benchmark in accommodation for seniors.
Developers are expected to pounce on prime land in Crawley after the university agreed to sell several blocks it owns within one of the State’s busiest development zones.
Builders with a history of ‘phoenixing’ face being barred from the industry under new laws designed to protect subcontractors that will be introduced to State Parliament today.
A Christian group has won approval through planning authorities to supersize its congregation at its 1400-seat mega church in suburban Willetton.
Kim Macdonald & Carmelle Wilkinson
The residential property market is tipped to reap the earliest benefits from a deal that will bring a university campus to the city, while commercial property benefits will be a slower burn.
The redevelopment — which will add an emergency department and a new mother and baby centre — will see the first buildings built on the Subiaco complex for more than 25 years.
WA’s home sales outperformed the nation across the past three months after Government building grants were opened but an industry body has warned of the ‘challenges’ around the construction deadline.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Jenna Clarke
Liberal Leader Liza Harvey is one of the few landlords in Perth set to get a pay rise.
Developer Paul Blackburne wants to smash his own record for the most expensive apartment ever sold in Perth at his upcoming Airlie Street complex in Perth’s western suburbs.
The flow-on from investment in infrastructure is sorely needed to offset COVID’s impact.
The WA Government is seeking to create a new set of guidelines that would ensure the design of individual dwellings that contribute to green, livable and well-ventilated spaces.
Westfield shopping centres owner Scentre has confirmed it has tapped a number of banks to help shore up its balance sheet to make it through the pandemic.
The tower will be the final piece of the puzzle to round out development of the Mounts Bay Road streetscape.
Applicants have only scratched the surface of two multimillion-dollar rent support grants put in place to help landlords and tenants through the pandemic.
Employer groups are fighting controversial proposals for new industrial manslaughter laws that would jail employers for up to 20 years, set to be debated in the Upper House this week.
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