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Technological change is placing increased pressure on the real estate industry. It has reduced the market edge of the real estate professional by democratizing information and allowing other settlement service providers to occupy priority positions in the transaction.
This paper discusses the forces generating social-spatial change in Australian metropolitan areas.
At first glance the Constitution of Western Australia seems a dry, legalistic assembly of rules for the organisation and conduct of government. Unlike the emotive "we the people . . ." opening of the constitution of the United States of America, there is little to...
This report examined agricultural production in Australia, research and development, Australia's competitiveness in adding value to its agricultural production and Australia's exports of value-added products.
This article identifies and discusses some of the main technical factors affecting both poverty measurement and distributional analysis.
Which historical changes are imprinted in the contemporary Australian city centre? This working paper places the development of Australia's capital city centres in historical context and describes major historical themes of city centres since World War II.
Among a small, but vocal minority of shooters the universal registration of firearms is both the most ridiculed and the most feared of all measures to control guns. It is a fundamental belief of some gun owners that any register of firearms is merely the...
One proposal to reduce gun-related death and injury is the establishment of a register of prohibited persons – a “black list” of citizens suspected of mental instability or anti-social behaviour. These people could then be denied a firearms licence. Despite years of promotion by pro-gun...
Annual report of the Commonwealth of Australia communications and broadcasting regulatory authority: the Australian Broadcasting Authority
Parents frequently consult family doctors, paediatricians or orthopaedic surgeons because of concerns about their child's lower limb alignment or gait. This article discusses the principles of management for children with a normal variation, and discusses a number of common, remediable variations.