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Plan for new ways to climb the Harbour Bridge, but will it be cheaper?

Plan for new ways to climb the Harbour Bridge, but will it be cheaper?

The Hammon family have high aspirations for climbing operations on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

  • by Andrew Taylor

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Paris to tackle congestion with world's largest electric bike fleet
Cycling

Paris to tackle congestion with world's largest electric bike fleet

The Paris region plans to launch a massive e-bike fleet in a state-funded scheme aimed at getting commuters to cycle to work.

  • by Geert De Clercq
'Where is the outrage?': the issue Nelson Mandela urged his granddaughter to pursue
Roads

'Where is the outrage?': the issue Nelson Mandela urged his granddaughter to pursue

Progress on reducing deaths and injuries on the roads had stalled globally, a major safety conference in Bangkok has heard.

  • by Julie Power
A man of few words reflects on a life building bridges

A man of few words reflects on a life building bridges

John Eveston, who is still in the bridge business at 87, recalls one bridge that was "cranky".

  • by Garry Maddox
Children's sport could be devastated by construction of the Beaches Link
Roads

Children's sport could be devastated by construction of the Beaches Link

Residents in NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's electorate on Sydney's north shore are concerned about the construction of a new road tunnel.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Mega-saw crushes man's legs while working on NorthConnex

Mega-saw crushes man's legs while working on NorthConnex

The man was freed and was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital where he was expected to undergo surgery on his legs.

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Judge makes final call to resolve road train head-on crash blame game

Judge makes final call to resolve road train head-on crash blame game

The two experienced road train drivers collided head-on after neither gave way to cross the single-lane bridge over the Fitzroy River.

  • by Heather McNeill
51-year-old woman dies in crash near Goulburn
Police

51-year-old woman dies in crash near Goulburn

A white Holden utility collided with a white Isuzu utility while travelling on Spring St, Crookwell, about 40 kilometre out of Goulburn

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
There's just one catch to the massive projects being promised
Opinion
Opinion

There's just one catch to the massive projects being promised

Who's going to build them?

  • by Alesha Printz
Absence of cycle lanes in Barton Highway plans prompts warning
Canberra

Absence of cycle lanes in Barton Highway plans prompts warning

Business owners and cyclists warn potential economic and health benefits will be lost because duplication plans do not include cycle lanes.

  • by Blake Foden
Melbourne can thrive as a city of 8 million but...
Opinion
Opinion

Melbourne can thrive as a city of 8 million but...

But it won't be the same Melbourne.

  • by Steven Lewis