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Transformed Brisbane train station to include hundreds of car parks

Transformed Brisbane train station to include hundreds of car parks

A Brisbane train station is proposed to be redeveloped to include more than 750 additional commuter car parks as well as a retail and residential precinct.

  • by Ruth McCosker

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The colourful Sydney house 'seen from heaven' may soon be no more

The colourful Sydney house 'seen from heaven' may soon be no more

For many years, the sign reading Our Berta’s Corner swung from a post in front of the neat fibro house.

  • by Murray Trembath
Land around Western Sydney Airport to be rezoned by 2019
Aviation

Land around Western Sydney Airport to be rezoned by 2019

The land-use plan breaks the land around the 1780-hectare Western Sydney Airport site into nine precincts.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
Premier asks for report as controversial koala shift policy is debated

Premier asks for report as controversial koala shift policy is debated

Koala experts will meet on Monday to debate a controversial policy to shift koalas from critical habitat even though it is illegal unless scientific permits are granted.

  • by Tony Moore
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
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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
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
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