If you think there are a lot of cranes on the city skyline these days, expect to see even more of them.
Clancy Yeates writes on business specialising in financial services. Clancy is based in our Sydney newsroom.
The strong growth in part-time employment shows "flexibility" comes with a cost for many workers.
Banks are once again paying more for deposits, but savers may have to part with their cash for longer.
Climate change is no longer confined to the "ethical" investment option in funds.
The big winners from low interest rates are those with a mortgage, often at the expense of first home buyers.
The rush to refinance is on but don't fall prey to common mistakes.
For all the fuss about bracket creep, its impact is often overestimated.
There's probably more anxiety than usual about where future jobs will come from.
Households probably can't afford to pile on even more debt and bid up house prices much further.
The economy chalked up one of its more unimpressive records recently: household debt reached a new all-time high.