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Tuesday July 14, 2020

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Redundancies and Recovery Opened my Eyes
Business
Wednesday July 8 2020

Redundancies and Recovery Opened my Eyes

“If you’ve not seen it, experienced it or been affected by it, it’s almost like it’s not real” (British teenager)

Accessible Housing Costs Outweigh Benefits: Report
Residential
Tuesday July 7 2020

Accessible Housing Costs Outweigh Benefits: Report

The costs of introducing requirements into the National Construction Code (NCC) to make new homes accessible for elderly or disabled Australians may outweigh the benefits of...

Returning to Work, For You
Architecture
Wednesday July 1 2020

Returning to Work, For You

The past months have seen a world never imagined move through challenges that have faced businesses, families, individuals and more. A world where there has not...

Resetting Architecture After COVID-19 (Part 3 of 3)
Business
Monday June 29 2020

Resetting Architecture After COVID-19 (Part 3 of 3)

-Elevated Architecture Resonates Through Holistic Environmental Design (EARTHED) PART 3 Reset

Resetting Architecture After COVID-19 (Part 2 of 3)
Business
Monday June 22 2020

Resetting Architecture After COVID-19 (Part 2 of 3)

-Elevated Architecture Resonates Through Holistic Environmental Design (EARTHED) PART 2 Reset

Ride or Die: Changing Transport Needs Impact Commercial Assets
Urban Planning
Friday June 19 2020

Ride or Die: Changing Transport Needs Impact Commercial Assets

As alternative modes of private transport like cycling increase exponentially in popularity this poses both a challenge and an opportunity for commercial office developers and asset...

Timber Multi-Story Construction – Does it make sense?
Commercial
Thursday June 18 2020

Timber Multi-Story Construction – Does it make sense?

Modern times are full of surprises.  Who would have thought that timber would be even considered as a super-structure material for multi-story construction?

Commonwealth ‘Agreement’ to National Settlement Strategy – an opportunity not to be missed
Urban Planning
Tuesday June 16 2020

Commonwealth ‘Agreement’ to National Settlement Strategy – an opportunity not to be missed

In responding to the recommendations of the Alexander Inquiry into the Commonwealth’s role in the development of cities, the Federal Government agreed ‘in principle’ to the...

Public
Feb 25 2020
Melb's Queen Victoria Market $35m revamp

Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market is set for a $35 million makeover scheduled for next year.

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Residential
Feb 24 2020
Sydney teens hurt in scaffolding collapse

Several teenagers have suffered minor injuries after scaffolding collapsed during a photoshoot at a school in Sydney's southwest.

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Green
Feb 24 2020
Labor reveals 2050 net-zero emissions goal

Labor has adopted a goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 while the Morrison government continues to consider its position.

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Public
20 Jun, 2019
Melbourne's Bourke St gets more Bollards

Additional bollards will be installed in Melbourne's Bourke Street mall to create pedestrian refuges beside tram tracks in case of another vehicle attack.

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Landscaping
16 Apr, 2019
Land Clearing is Stressing Koalas: Report

Koala droppings have helped a NSW researcher discover that land clearing is the leading cause of stress for the native marsupial.

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Business
10 Apr, 2019
Nearly Half of Aussie Professionals Experience Workplace Bullying

Almost one half (45 per cent) of Australian professionals have experienced bullying or harassment at work due to their gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability,...

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Public
8 Apr, 2019
Heritage Vic rejects Apple Fed Square plan

A bid to partially demolish Melbourne's Federation Square to make way for a controversial Apple flagship store have been rejected by Heritage Victoria.

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Public
17 Jan, 2019
NSW Labor Pushes 'Public Chill-out' Zones

Libraries, council chambers and art galleries across NSW could be used as air-conditioned "chill-out areas" during future heatwaves under a plan by Labor.

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Residential
10 Jan, 2019
Toddler drowns in backyard Sydney pool

A toddler has died after being pulled unconscious from a backyard pool in Sydney's west, while a young boy is in hospital after nearly drowning in...

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