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Three Policy Perspectives on COP26
Green
Friday November 26 2021

Three Policy Perspectives on COP26

After two weeks of intense dialogue and diplomacy at COP26 in Glasgow we caught up with Green Building Council of Australia’s (GBCA) policy team to find...

Sydney’s Tallest Residential Tower is an Architectural and Engineering Marvel
Residential
Monday November 8 2021

Sydney’s Tallest Residential Tower is an Architectural and Engineering Marvel

Outdoor balconies on the 67th floor, placement of a new residential tower on top of an existing commercial building and special artworks are part of architectural...

Housing, Infrastructure Surge Will Create Construction Jobs Boom
Residential
Monday November 8 2021

Housing, Infrastructure Surge Will Create Construction Jobs Boom

A surge in detached home building and infrastructure construction work will drive growth in activity and employment within Australia’s construction sector, new forecasts show.

Understanding Place
Landscaping
Monday November 1 2021

Understanding Place

When we look at things often, they become familiar. They are part of our ‘place’. They make us feel safe, comfortable and at ease.

Let’s Get Serious About Embodied Carbon
Green
Monday November 1 2021

Let’s Get Serious About Embodied Carbon

Australia is missing a major opportunity in the renewable space as our governments remain more concerned about keeping votes than implementing meaningful change to reduce our...

Super cool building materials prove powerful arsenal against climate change
Business
Wednesday October 27 2021

Super cool building materials prove powerful arsenal against climate change

New building materials that reflect rather than absorb solar energy can reduce peak temperatures in our cities by up to four degrees. 

Sydney’s Tech Central Dream Moves Closer to Reality
Commercial
Wednesday October 20 2021

Sydney’s Tech Central Dream Moves Closer to Reality

Sydney has moved closer to achieving its dream of creating a ‘Silicon Valley’ following approval of anchor tenant Atlassian’s new headquarters and the rezoning of additional...

Public
25 Feb, 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
24 Feb, 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
24 Feb, 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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