When design firm Six Degree Architects were engaged by Victoria’s Department of Education to transform the existing heritage listed Sandridge Post and Telegraph Office (JJ Clarke 1887) and Naval Drill Hall (1911) in Port Melbourne into a new environmental arts hub for year nine students, their brief involved maintaining the heritage aspects of the original façade but creating spaces within that which inspired students to learn.
Growing Backlash over NSW Dam Wall Plan
Community groups and traditional owners have accused the NSW government of not being transparent over plans to raise the Warragamba Dam wall.
Govt Bullying PBO over Stadium cost: Daley
Michael Daley has accused the NSW government of "bullying" the parliamentary budget office into re-examining its costing of Labor's stadiums policy on the eve of the...
Fast-Rail Links on Horizon with $2b Boost
Commuters travelling between Geelong and Melbourne will cut their journey time in half thanks to a $2 billion government commitment for a fast-rail link.
Final WA Asbestos Town Locals Forced Out
Landowners who refuse to move from the most contaminated site in the southern hemisphere will have their properties compulsorily acquired by the West Australian government.
Government Plan Off the Rails: Labor
Labor says Australia needs "genuine" high-speed rail project to link big cities with regional centres.
PM Morrison Hits 'Pause' on Migrant Intake
The prime minister has hit "pause" on Australia's annual migration intake as he tries to redirect more new arrivals away from overcrowded capital cities and into...
Victoria Solar Farm Bid Sparks Complaints
Plans to build a $195 million solar farm in central Victoria have been deferred after complaints about glare, construction dust and a loss of farming land.
NSW Premier Stands by Stadium Rebuild Cost
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian denies Allianz Stadium could have been upgraded to meet safety standards for a mere $18 million - a fraction of the $730...