In an apparent bid to boost the medium-density housing component in Sidney, the Gladys Berjiklian-headed state government has unveiled new regulations aimed at raising approvals from the prevailing 10%. [...]
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In a knee-jerk reaction of sorts, last Thursday, the federal government announced funds to the tune of a few billion dollars for the Pacific nations - apparently to safeguard [...]
A coalition of business and conservation groups, investors and social services strongly suggest that in order to reduce electricity costs, which is an urgent matter, you must consider reliability [...]
Investments in student accommodation solutions and other alternative residential solutions are rising all around the globe, topping industry or retail investments, according to the latest Savills study. Student apartment building [...]
Environment Protection Authority scheduled a series of drop-in events in order to provide information, answer questions and get feedback about the new Environment Protection Amendment Act 2018 and its [...]
Everybody has his experiences with cold, dark and sterile class rooms. But future generations won’t have the same classrooms without character. Altona Primary School in Melbourne’s South West is [...]
On Tuesday the 16th of October, The Brisbane City Council approved the resumption of four Rochedale private properties on School Road. The Brisbane Metro project is expected to cost [...]
It seems that the population growth in major Australian cities has not impacted congestion. According to data collated over five years, between 2011 to 2016, the population in Sydney [...]
When you get bored of your home or outgrow the home, there are a number of options to consider. While most consider renovations, there is a sometimes a better [...]
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