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Sydney can’t rely ‘on natural talent
Public
Thursday December 5 2019

Sydney can’t rely ‘on natural talent

If Sydney was a professional tennis player, it would be more Nick Kyrgios than Rafael Nadal.

Sydney’s ‘liveability’ advantage narrows
Urban Planning
Monday November 25 2019

Sydney’s ‘liveability’ advantage narrows

The rising cost of living paired with falling job satisfaction are denting Sydney's standing compared with other global cities, a new report has found.

New water restrictions for Greater Sydney
Environment
Friday November 22 2019

New water restrictions for Greater Sydney

Greater Sydney will face tougher water restrictions as dam levels fall rapidly and the region grapples with a deepening drought "more severe" than the millennium drought.

Economic Reports Attack Sydney’s Planning System
Zoning
Wednesday November 13 2019

Economic Reports Attack Sydney’s Planning System

Many people see the NSW planning system as a social or environmental system but two recent reports have highlighted the importance of the planning system to...

NSW seeking federal funds for Metro West
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Tuesday October 29 2019

NSW seeking federal funds for Metro West

The NSW government is asking the Commonwealth for a "significant contribution" to help fund the western Sydney metro but they can build the project without federal...

Sydney mayor unveils $60m renewables plan
Energy
Tuesday October 22 2019

Sydney mayor unveils $60m renewables plan

The City of Sydney has unveiled a $60 million renewable energy plan that would see council meet all its electricity needs from wind and solar power.

Sydney Towers in Named in World’s Most Influential Buildings
Public
Monday September 23 2019

Sydney Towers in Named in World’s Most Influential Buildings

Two Sydney towers have been named in a listing of the world’s fifty most influential buildings to be constructed over the last 50 years – and...

Sydney Growth Tensions Need Political Leadership
Zoning
Monday September 9 2019

Sydney Growth Tensions Need Political Leadership

It is getting on to six months since the NSW election was won by the coalition yet the messaging about growth particularly for housing has been...

Paramatta Shows How to Cool City Streets by 2 Degrees Celsius
Green
Monday September 2 2019

Paramatta Shows How to Cool City Streets by 2 Degrees Celsius

Critical areas of a major street in Paramatta could be cooled by up to two degrees Celsius after a study found that increasing greenery and shading...

Residential
Jul 25 2019
Sydney house price fall is slowing: Domain

Sydney's embattled property market may finally be bouncing back after consecutive rate cuts and better lending conditions eased buyer tensions, according to a leading property economist.

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Residential
Jul 11 2019
Rental prices for Sydney units fall 5%

Rental prices on Sydney units have fallen by almost 5.0 per cent over the year on an influx of new supply but remain "significantly" higher than...

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Business
Jun 25 2019
Mascot Towers 'Moving in Downward Motion'

Residents and owners of units in Sydney's troubled Mascot Towers are being assured the building is not sinking, even though an engineer found part of it...

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Civil
Mar 27 2019
PM Promises $253m for Choked Sydney Roads

Scott Morrison is promising to spend more than $250 million on choked roads and car parks across Sydney and the NSW Central Coast.

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Commercial
Mar 7 2019
Daley Stands by SCG Trust Sacking Threat

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley is standing by his attack on the SCG Trust's board members despite the threat of potential legal action.

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Commercial
Mar 7 2019
Children's Hospital Earmarked for Upgrade

More sick children will receive treatment in western Sydney as part of a $619 million pre-election sweetener by the NSW government.

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Commercial
Feb 6 2019
Sydney Stadium Legal Stoush fast-Tracked

A Sydney court has agreed to expedite a last-minute bid by a community group to stop the controversial demolition of Allianz Stadium.

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Civil
Jan 11 2019
Light Rail Critic Launches Political Party

An outspoken critic of the Sydney light rail project has launched her own political party which will run candidates in several inner-city seats at the upcoming...

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Business
Jan 11 2019
Cracked Opal Tower to be 'safe to occupy'

Some residents of the cracked Opal Tower in Sydney could be back in their homes as early as Saturday after engineers declared the building safe for...

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