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

'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

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Tower standoff: residents told not to go home as tensions rise
Development

Tower standoff: residents told not to go home as tensions rise

Residents fear they are "caught in the cross fire" between the owners' corporation and the builder, as uncertainty surrounds when residents should return.

  • by Josh Dye
No guarantees as Opal Tower residents face up to six weeks in hotels
City life

No guarantees as Opal Tower residents face up to six weeks in hotels

Some residents face another lengthy wait before they can return home, as investigators prepare to release their report about the building's cracks.

  • by Josh Dye
'I enjoy the silence': The Sydney train driver who could earn more than a dentist
Trains

'I enjoy the silence': The Sydney train driver who could earn more than a dentist

Thea Pratt earns a six-figure salary from a job requiring no university qualifications. But there is a catch.

  • by Josh Dye
Population of a small town: the transformation of Darling Harbour
City life

Population of a small town: the transformation of Darling Harbour

While it has already won awards and attracts bustling daytime and evening crowds, not everyone is happy with how the $3.4 billion redevelopment has unfolded.

  • by Garry Maddox
With another pool closed, Sydney's councils struggle to keep city cool
City life

With another pool closed, Sydney's councils struggle to keep city cool

Sydney’s councils are struggling to keep up with the cost of upgrading the city’s ageing swimming pools.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
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Why the cost of a night out in Sydney makes it 'pretty compelling' to stay at home
Local council

Why the cost of a night out in Sydney makes it 'pretty compelling' to stay at home

How do you persuade people off the couch when a night out in Sydney can set you back more than $500?

  • by Andrew Taylor
'Man of sorrows': Arthur Boyd's landscapes of the soul
Art reviews

'Man of sorrows': Arthur Boyd's landscapes of the soul

A new exhibition of artworks by Arthur Boyd explores the artist's deep affection with the Australian landscape.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Opal: a planning failure not just a transport card
Opinion
City life

Opal: a planning failure not just a transport card

It may be apt - after the New Year’s Eve rail-fail - that our transport card should name-share with the building that may symbolise Sydney’s fall from grace.

  • by Elizabeth Farrelly
'Design and construction issues': residents claim investigators not co-operating
City life

'Design and construction issues': residents claim investigators not co-operating

The engineers gave an update on their investigation on Friday, as angry residents met with the planning minister and presented him with a letter.

  • by Josh Dye & Georgina Mitchell
Fears of 50 per cent loss in value as Opal Tower owners consider legal options
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Fears of 50 per cent loss in value as Opal Tower owners consider legal options

With their future uncertain, angry owners and tenants are openly threatening legal action against the builder and developer of Opal Tower.

  • by Josh Dye