Baby Ava settles into idyllic life with property manager parents
by Mandy Clarke, Resort News Reporter 02nd October, 2017
Paul and Michelle Henriksen are the new residential managers of Dockside Apartments Mooloolaba.
Less than a year ago, this lovely family took over the management rights to an excellent two and thre [...]
Red flag for investors, job creation following The Spit axing
by Graham Vercoe, Resort News Reporter 28th September, 2017
Queensland’s international reputation as an ideal location for tourism investment has been shattered in an amazing backflip that stunned developers and investors alike on August 1, when Queensland premier [...]
by Trevor Rawnsley, CEO, ARAMA 28th September, 2017
Living in a high-density residential environment opens the door to a whole new style of residence that is quite different to owning or renting a stand-alone house; the primary difference being the by-laws, or [...]
The modern toilet roll: an essential item across the Western world. We can thank the Brits for the paper product most of us know and appreciate; for, it is the British Perforated Paper Company that is credited [...]
Reducing bills: hospitality is not a 9-to-5 business
by Accom Properties 19th September, 2017
In hospitality, energy consumption never takes a break. Guests come-and-go and providers need to power their businesses around the clock.
With energy costs continuing to rise: accounting for up-to 20 [...]
by Graham Vercoe, Resort News Reporter 18th September, 2017
The horror of the Grenfell Tower inferno in London on June 14 jarred the high-rise community in Australia, bringing back memories of the Lacrosse Building conflagration in Melbourne back in 2014.
It’s getting hot in here so fix the air conditioning
by Accom Properties 17th September, 2017
An oh too familiar phone call received by the front desk of any accommodation provider is undoubtedly one that has been provoked by an unruly air conditioning remote. (Or, more likely, a guest’s inability to [...]