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Clay Lucas

Clay Lucas is city editor for The Age. Clay has worked at The Age since 2005, covering state politics, urban affairs, transport, local government and workplace relations for The Age and Sunday Age.

West Gate Tunnel worker dies in hospital

West Gate Tunnel worker dies in hospital

An engineer loses his battle for life after sustaining a head injury building Victoria's biggest road project to date.

  • by Clay Lucas, Noel Towell & Joe Hinchliffe

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Engineering an equal workplace is a long way off, chief engineer says

Engineering an equal workplace is a long way off, chief engineer says

Collette Burke says the massive shortage of engineers won't stop until we stop getting '100 per cent of the workforce from 50 per cent of the population'.

  • by Clay Lucas
Melbourne City Council to formally drop Doyle-era crackdown on homeless

Melbourne City Council to formally drop Doyle-era crackdown on homeless

A plan to fine homeless people for leaving their possessions out, and to ban rough sleeping, is to be officially dumped by Melbourne City Council

  • by Clay Lucas
North East Link's footprint grows amid fears project will 'trash' Yarra

North East Link's footprint grows amid fears project will 'trash' Yarra

Road will now potentially affect area of land four times the size of Melbourne's CBD, new documents show, as fears grow about environmental risks to the Yarra.

  • by Clay Lucas
Guy says new planning rules will stop city growing too big, too fast
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Guy says new planning rules will stop city growing too big, too fast

High-density property developments would be banned from parts of residential Melbourne under a Coalition promise

  • by Clay Lucas & Benjamin Preiss
Recycling firm to clients: we're burying your waste, not recycling it

Recycling firm to clients: we're burying your waste, not recycling it

A multinational recycling company collecting recyclables from Melbourne businesses is instead dumping them in landfill.

  • by Clay Lucas
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Lord Mayor's $2m goodwill gesture to Queen Vic Market traders

Lord Mayor's $2m goodwill gesture to Queen Vic Market traders

Queen Vic Market to get almost $2m extra for marketing and maintenance.

  • by Clay Lucas
Worker critically injured on West Gate Tunnel project

Worker critically injured on West Gate Tunnel project

A man in his 50s in a critical condition after incident at Docklands site amid an industrial relations stand-off over work conditions.

  • by Clay Lucas
West Gate Tunnel stand-off to blow out costs and delays: opposition

West Gate Tunnel stand-off to blow out costs and delays: opposition

Gridlock between unions and consortium building the $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel could cause costs and delays, opposition warns.

  • by Clay Lucas & Ben Schneiders
West Gate Tunnel project embroiled in industrial relations stand-off
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West Gate Tunnel project embroiled in industrial relations stand-off

Victoria’s biggest transport project is embroiled in an industrial relations stand-off between the consortium appointed to build it and Victoria’s powerful building unions.

  • by Ben Schneiders & Clay Lucas
Grocon responsible for safety, coroner rules over fatal wall collapse
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Grocon responsible for safety, coroner rules over fatal wall collapse

Safety of a wall that collapsed and killed three people in Melbourne five years ago was the responsibility of the site owner.

  • by Clay Lucas & Anna Patty