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Tea and juice are OK but developers cannot take an MP to the Eagles

Tea and juice are OK but developers cannot take an MP to the Eagles

"Accepting light refreshment is a basic courtesy." The rules for politicians accepting donations from property developers have been published by the ECQ.

  • by Felicity Caldwell

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'Real estate deal': Concerns raised about Fish Market redevelopment
Retail

'Real estate deal': Concerns raised about Fish Market redevelopment

Most seafood auctioned at the Sydney Fish Market arrives by truck, so why does the new facility need to be built over the harbour?

  • by Andrew Taylor
Labor vows to halt 'rampant' development in parts of Sydney
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Michael Daley

Labor vows to halt 'rampant' development in parts of Sydney

Labor leader Michael Daley says western Sydney has been "clobbered" by unfair housing targets and he wants to go back to the drawing board.

  • by Alexandra Smith
Canberra Now: Queanbeyan's revamp; and the bureaucrats calling in sick
Public service

Canberra Now: Queanbeyan's revamp; and the bureaucrats calling in sick

Plus forecasting the deadly weather change; and a Northbourne Avenue hotel development.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Canberra Now: Apartment contracts torn up; questions over light rail
Property market

Canberra Now: Apartment contracts torn up; questions over light rail

Plus, house sitters provide a holiday relief, and learning about the profession that mothers the mums.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Controversial multimillion-dollar Apollo Bay resort stopped

Controversial multimillion-dollar Apollo Bay resort stopped

A $70 million resort proposed for the small coastal town of Apollo Bay will not be built thanks to an intervention by the Andrews government.

  • by Timna Jacks
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Concerns over 'bulky' apartments at Dickson's Section 72
ACT government

Concerns over 'bulky' apartments at Dickson's Section 72

The North Canberra Community Council wants Dickson's Section 72 precinct retained for community use.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
'Chasing 20 seconds of fame': Blame game over Opal Tower
Planning

'Chasing 20 seconds of fame': Blame game over Opal Tower

The NSW government and Labor opposition traded barbs over the Opal Tower building woes.

  • by Andrew Taylor
The developments set to shape Canberra's landscape in 2019
Development

The developments set to shape Canberra's landscape in 2019

This year alone, the planning and land authority approved more than 930 applications for developments.

  • by Han Nguyen
Saving eyesores: When is a cultural venue worth preserving?
City life

Saving eyesores: When is a cultural venue worth preserving?

Many of Sydney's cultural treasures have been demolished. Which venues should be saved from the developer's wrecking ball?

  • by Andrew Taylor
'Trust is low': Opal Tower developer admits evacuation indefinite
Property development

'Trust is low': Opal Tower developer admits evacuation indefinite

Exasperated residents have no idea when they will be allowed to return home, and have become frustrated no one has accepted responsibility for the building's problems.

  • by Josh Dye