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'Developers don’t seem to care': Cronulla Sharks development splits the Shire

'Developers don’t seem to care': Cronulla Sharks development splits the Shire

The massive redevelopment around Shark Park continues to concern critics despite the assurances of the developer and NSW government.

  • by Andrew Taylor

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Rough sleeper count down but Sydney mayor demands more affordable housing
Local council

Rough sleeper count down but Sydney mayor demands more affordable housing

A decrease in the number of rough sleepers counted in inner city Sydney does not mean the homelessness crisis is over.

  • by Andrew Taylor
New Queen's Wharf river walk emerges as bridge cost blow-out shrugged off
South-east Queensland

New Queen's Wharf river walk emerges as bridge cost blow-out shrugged off

A 450-metre river's edge boardwalk opposite South Bank has been announced for Brisbane, however, the extra $50 million needed for the Neville Bonner Bridge was shrugged off by project's director.

  • by Tony Moore
Developer chases $74 million payout over bungled Manly development
Local council

Developer chases $74 million payout over bungled Manly development

The new Northern Beaches Council is facing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit over the contentious proposal to build a library at the Whistler Street car park site.

  • by Megan Gorrey
I'm relieved Melbourne is no longer 'the world's most liveable city'
Opinion
Opinion

I'm relieved Melbourne is no longer 'the world's most liveable city'

The first time we won, while the response from political leaders was little short of euphoric, the response from Age readers was more of a "meh".

  • by Clay Lucas
River operators forced out again by controversial Brisbane bridge
Development

River operators forced out again by controversial Brisbane bridge

The construction of the controversial Neville Bonner Bridge could displace tourism operators, remove significant trees and cost about $50 million more than anticipated.

  • by Ruth McCosker
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The sheikh, the planning minister and the Port Melbourne land battle

The sheikh, the planning minister and the Port Melbourne land battle

A Kuwaiti sheikh is taking Victoria's planning minister to the Supreme Court after the minister was persuaded to intervene in a Port Melbourne property dispute.

  • by Clay Lucas
How south-east Queensland measures up to the world
Planning

How south-east Queensland measures up to the world

Queensland Treasury found south-east Queensland has slow internet speed, it doesn't have an export focus and few of us went to uni - but it's still a gorgeous place to live.

  • by Tony Moore
Nylex developer gets three weeks to tidy up heritage-listed silo site

Nylex developer gets three weeks to tidy up heritage-listed silo site

The developer behind the proposed revamp of Richmond’s neglected Nylex site has been given 21 days to clean up the former maltings silos – or face hefty fines.

  • by Clay Lucas
Clover Moore warns Waterloo revamp will create 'ghettos of the future'
Development

Clover Moore warns Waterloo revamp will create 'ghettos of the future'

Sydney lord mayor Clover Moore says plans to triple the number of homes at the Waterloo housing estate will make it "one of the highest density precincts in Australia".

  • by Megan Gorrey
SEQ begins big push for a billion-dollar City Deal
Infrastructure

SEQ begins big push for a billion-dollar City Deal

A 15-year deal with the federal government will have layers of government working in unison and secure long-term major infrastructural investments.

  • by Tony Moore