The Block: Hey, whingeing reality TV stars, don't complain after the fat lady

The Block: Hey, whingeing reality TV stars, don't complain after the fat lady
When I read that some of the The Block contestants were feeling shattered and peeved that their post-auction spoils and profits were so low (we are seriously talking a #firstworldproblem here) the first thing I thought? It's TV! Deal with it. RELATED …
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Upcoming home & garden events: French Quarter home tours, garden festivals
Moonlight market — Oct. 11, 7-10 p.m., 725 Magazine St. — The Crescent City Farmers Market holds a fundraiser, featuring a craft beer garden, cocktails, a silent auction, farm-to-table fare and live music. Cost: $ 45 in advance, … Iris planting …
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Lastest Cheapest Tiles In Sydney News

How beacons and nearables are giving marketers new customer know-how
Sydney-based mobile technology developer, TigerSpike, ran trials using beacons earlier year to determine the strengths and limitations of beacon technology, and found immediate benefits in terms of navigation and messaging. However, according to …
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Solar Socket Parity Has Shifted Solar Forecasts (CHARTS)
… cleantech, carbon, and climate issues. Giles is based in Sydney and is watching the (slow, but quickening) transformation of Australia's energy grid with great interest. … The displacement of coal does require an assist from policy, as it's …
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Slow home prices growth in Australia brings RBA relief

Slow home prices growth in Australia brings RBA relief
SYDNEY, Oct 1 — Home prices in Australia's capitals rose only marginally in September, slowing after three straight months of strong gains, with five of eight cities recording falls in the month. The slowdown should actually be welcomed by the Reserve …
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Property speculators in the firing line
But is that the way auctions should be? <i>Sources: ABS, COMMSEC, RBA, … the great traditions of middle Australia. The latest tax figures show more than 1.2 million adults owned one or more rental properties in 2011 and that number is sure to have …
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Australia home price growth slows, in relief to RBA
SYDNEY, Oct 1 (Reuters) – Home prices in Australia's capitals rose only marginally in September, slowing after three straight months of strong gains, with five of eight cities recording falls in the month. The slowdown should actually be welcomed by …
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One of the last Newport prefabs set to be sold at auction

One of the last Newport prefabs set to be sold at auction
“The example we have at St Fagans contained two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a living room, fitted kitchen and bathroom; most had central plumbing and heating and internal electrical wiring. “Many of our visitors remember the prefabs with all …
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RED BANK: FREE SHOES. NO STRINGS.
He's also looking for some school volunteers to help control the flow of customers, so that only a handful are inside the store getting fitted at a time. A Spanish translator might also come in handy, he said. …. 09.26 – Under the Sea Gift Auction …
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The Block's Josh Densten and Jenna Whitehead put first house renovation

The Block's Josh Densten and Jenna Whitehead put first house renovation
And on September 20, Josh Densten and Jenna Whitehead's latest renovation project will go on sale. The property, 550kms away from Sydney in the NSW region of Albury, is the couple's first home sale outside of the show, and Daily Mail Australia was told …
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South Yarra then Templestowe top weekend Melbourne auctions
The former Bank of Melbourne boss David Airey secured Melbourne's top weekend auction result when his renovated four bedroom South Yarra home sold for $ 3.8 million. David Airey and his wife Sally acquired the two-storey home (pictured above) in 2011 …
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Strong weekend property sales
A home at 74 Dunstan St, Curtin in The ACT sold on the weekend for $ 913,000. It had a price guide of over $ 880,000. The four-bedroom home was marketed through McGrath Real Estate. The renovated home is on 1081sq m and has a covered outdoor …
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A three-bedroom Maroubra apartment is going to auction tomorrow

A three-bedroom Maroubra apartment is going to auction tomorrow
A luxurious apartment with panoramic city skyline views is one of 14 properties going to auction across Sydney's south east tomorrow. The three-bedroom unit at 26/102 Boyce Rd, Maroubra has a price guide over $ 950,000 and is located on the penthouse …
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Morning Agenda: A Market for Delinquent Mortgages
The recovery in housing is creating a market for newly minted bonds that are backed by the mortgages on homes on the verge of foreclosure, DealBook's Matthew Goldstein writes. “It is not just vulture hedge funds swooping in to try to profit from the …
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Markets Live: BHP rallies in anticipation
It recouped some of the lost round from the December half, but the full-year net profit still finished down 20 per cent, hurt by the reluctance of many clients to enter its electricity auction platform ahead of the abolition of the carbon tax. More …
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Lastest Auctions For Electric Cookers News

Stunning Dublin mansion on the market for €8m less than during the boom
It went for auction with one acre attached and sold for a whopping €10.5m. This time it was bought by en entrepreneur … Churchtown House is approached via electric gates and along a sweeping gravel driveway through its acre of landscaped gardens and …
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Unconsciousness Switch: Turning Off The Brain May Be As Simple As Flicking A
An extraordinary transparent car could fetch as much as GBP 295,000 when it goes up for auction.The motor, dubbed the 'Ghost Car', is a Pontiac Deluxe Six which has been covered in Plexiglas. The first transparent full-sized car to be made in America, …
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Soil Erosion and Agriculture Sustainability
As Southeastern Colorado enters the third consecutive year of drought, the threat of soil erosion caused by wind is increased. Drought affects soil moisture, plant growth and the amount of crop residue left after harvesting. Although farmers and …
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