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  1. Daily Deals

    Victoria Retail sale, 353-355 Flinders Lane, Melbourne A LOCAL private investor has purchased strata retail premises in Melbourne's CBD at auction for $1.67 million.

  2. Lang Walker bets both ways in Brisbane

    Billionaire Lang Walker has increased his bets on Brisbane's apartment market, buying a site in the city's booming Fortitude Valley from listed car dealer AP Eagers for $22.2 million.

  3. Inspired by X-Men, sculpture to have X-Factor

    It's a giant yellow sculpture that could divide Melburnians. Sound familiar? But unlike Ron Robertson Swann's Vault, otherwise known as the Yellow Peril, a striking new piece planned for the Docklands has so far been welcomed.

  4. Masters Leads the Way in New Citiswich Stage

    WALKER Corporation’s $1billion Citiswich Business Park reached an important stage this week with Masters Home Improvement opening a new 10,000sqm store.

  5. Great Facilities

    Only 30km north of Perth lies Banksia Grove – a 338 hectare community that is perfect for family living. With its many parks, community activities and a secondary school due to open in 2015, Banksia Grove has everything families need close at hand.

  6. Fast Land Sale

    The first Appin Valley residential land release for 2014 sold out in 48 hours. Walker Corporation development manager Tim Solan said Appin Valley had received unprecedented interest from first homebuyers as well as young families and empty nesters.

  7. New Kidz on the Block

    Elena Biantes loves working with kids, so opening her own childcare centre in Docklands is a dream come true. Ms Biantes is the owner and operator of Kool Kidz, a new centre within the historic Goods Shed South and catering for children aged between eight- weeks -old and six years.

  8. Lang Walker and Mayor Banasik cut ribbon for Appin Family Practice

    Executive Chairman of Walker Corporation, Lang Walker today joined Wollondilly Shire Council Mayor, Cr Benn Banasik to officially declare the completion and forthcoming opening of Appin’s first medical centre, Appin Family Practice.

  9. Sticking with the Nacional identity

    Australia is a nation hooked on tapas. Greek tapas. Japanese tapas. Even, on occasion, Spanish tapas. Our addiction to the term as synonymous with "small dishes" is in desperate need of rehab, but our embrace of a drinking/snacking culture ought to brook no argument.

  10. Valley of Dreams: New Land Makes Dreams

    EVERYONE wants to find their dream home. In the case of the Meznaric family, they have at least found their dream block of land to build their home.