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Accommodation Katherine News
Saturday November 29, 2008Katherine Townsend visits two mansion makeovers.
Thursday August 21, 2008Melbourne has been named a City of Literature by UNESCO. But what does that mean for the city's writers and readers - and its library? Katherine Kizilos reports.
Saturday August 16, 2008Katherine Townsend finds a demand for fewer flats in a block.
Wednesday May 21, 2008Forget the demolition plans and prepare for a long renovation, advises Katherine Townsend.
Saturday May 10, 2008This Hawthorn retirement complex sets the bar high, says Katherine Townsend.
Saturday April 26, 2008These sleek homes are turning heads, writes Katherine Townsend.
Saturday March 29, 2008THE Toronto waterfront home of former Hunter Area Health Service boss Katherine McGrath and her surgeon husband Stephen Clarke has sold for $2.15 million to Sydney builder Robert Cole and his wife Ainsley.
Saturday February 16, 2008The old heart of a new project awaits, writes Katherine Townsend.
Saturday November 10, 2007Vida is a new entry point to Richmond, says Katherine Townsend.
Wednesday October 17, 2007St Kilda's snow-white mansion has had many lives, not all of them popular with the locals, writes Katherine Kizilos.
Wednesday September 5, 2007Close to the zoo and park, this large house retains many Edwardian features, writes Katherine Townsend.
Wednesday February 21, 2007What could be the oldest Salvation Army Hall gets a modern makeover, Katherine Townsend reports.
Sunday September 10, 2006Katherine Townsend finds that inner suburbs are the place to be if you want your home to retain its value.
Wednesday July 26, 2006Katherine Townsend has found a classic Camberwell Edwardian, ripe for customisation.
Sunday February 5, 2006Australians Katherine Hull and Lindsey Wright are finding their way on the LPGA Tour, Martin Blake reports
Tuesday December 9, 2003DIALYSIS patients now have access to convenient and affordable accommodation while undergoing dialysis, training or diagnostic services thanks to a community group called HANKA.
Saturday March 15, 2003A $600,000 indigenous accommodation centre aimed at improving Aboriginal health has "gone off the rails", according to Hunter Health chief executive officer Katherine McGrath.
Wednesday May 30, 2001Katherine McGrath outlines a seven-year plan for Hunter Region health services.
Sunday June 18, 2000AS OWNERS begin to move into their new homes at Jacksons Landing at Pyrmont, history is being made and history is being retained. Barry and Katherine Goldman moved into their Huxley terrace last week after viewing the plans a year ago. As developers themselves, their choice showed great confiden
Friday April 7, 2000LONG renowned as the gem of the Northern Territory, Katherine never ceases to amaze the many travellers who visit the region every year. The Katherine region is the southern part of the great top end of the Northern Territory and is the ideal place to get away from it all. The region covers 4