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Controversy over $100m Tasmanian luxury resort
Submissions relating to a controversial $100 million development on the East Coast of Tasmania close in two days amid growing concerns about the fast-tracked nature of the proposal.
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Historic hotel a golden opportunity among NT’s old mining settlements
History buffs in the Top End looking to secure a slice of the region’s past should consider investing in the Grove Hill Heritage Hotel.
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A vision for an old Kensington woolstore
Repurposed factories and buildings from a bygone era continue to be all the rage, but it’s a novel approach to retail that could set this old Kensington woolstore apart. The woolstore, among a collection of …
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Mystery benefactor may ‘rescue’ Tasmania’s churches
Tasmania’s Anglican community may have a new “guardian angel” in the form of a wealthy mainland benefactor who is interested in buying all the churches about to hit the market as a bulk lot.
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The secrets of one of Melbourne’s oldest pubs
Plenty of folks dream of owning a pub, but how about Melbourne’s oldest watering hole?
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First church falls in Tasmania’s big Anglican selloff
One of the first churches to be sold under the Anglican Church’s asset sell-off has gone under the hammer.
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The Seekers’ Bruce Woodley’s Elsternwick property finds audience
An investment property owned by a member of 1960s supergroup The Seekers hit a high note as it soared $1.7 million past reserve at auction last week. 
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Artist to breathe new life into Old Castlemaine Gaol
Celebrated artist David Bromley and fashion designer Yuge Bromley have splashed about $1.5 million to buy the Old Castlemaine Gaol with a vision to transform it into an arts precinct.
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Sale of 76 Tasmanian churches to help fund abuse payments
The sale of about half of the Anglican Church’s property holdings in Tasmania is expected to raise around $20 million, says Bishop of Tasmania Richard Condie.
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