When 31 year-old Rachel McFadden moved into a Northcote sharehouse four months ago, she made a concerted effort to be a good, easygoing housemate. "I think I put a lot of work and invest a lot of time in trying to build a relationship without being co-dependant," Ms McFadden said.
Erin Munro Don't end up with walls that date as soon as they dry.
Nicola Powell It takes a short drive around Canberra to recognise building approvals have soared.
Jacqui Hammerton Domain's pick of the best open homes worth inspecting this weekend.
Jennifer Duke St Marys home owners are increasingly selling their homes in teams of two, rather than on their own.
Jayne D'Arcy "Yeah, nah." It's probably how every hipster in town responds to the words "Clifton Hill". It's just not that kind of suburb.
Josephine Huynh The launch of Park Avenue Canberra by Morris Property Group is a clear indicator that the ACT economy is thriving.
Meredith Booth The chance to reduce debt has been hijacked for some Australians - an "unintended consequence" of APRA's tighter lending rules.
Jim Malo Brisbane apartment developers are reacting to demand for high-quality new stock.
Bernadette Condren Living in an apartment doesn't mean you can't have the perks of the suburbs too ??? think tree-lined streets, peaceful surroundings and room to move ??? and all with the conveniences of a prestigious inner city address.
See all the action at the Krambach Cup at the Taree Racecourse
Nick Larkin among the runs in Toyota Futures League for ACT/NSW Country in Canberra
MidCoast Water Services interim director, Brendan Guiney answers your questions
De Old Nabiac Klub (DONK) was a hit at the Taree Show earlier this month.
Multicultural carers held a get-together at the Manning Regional Art Gallery on October 18.
Old Bar Pirates bulk up for next year's Group Three competition
Estia Taree residents have achieved success at the Taree Show