The developers of South Brisbane's popular Fish Lane propose to build an 'urban park' and 12 mini-eateries beneath the South Brisbane rail line in a Manhattan-style extension to Fish Lane, opposite the Queensland Museum.
- by Tony Moore
Owners of buildings covered in highly flammable materials are being ordered to move smoke alarms closer to danger zones as a stop-gap measure to prevent deadly fires breaking out.
- by Clay Lucas and Cameron Houston
Plus how an accountant named John made all the difference to Pavana's life; and a new centre to help Canberra's injured wildlife.
- by Alexandra Back
It never ceases to surprise me how negative the older generations can be.
- by Jilly Gibson
Canberra's historic trees will reach the end of their lives soon, and the National Capital Authority wants help to develop a policy to manage them.
- by Sally Pryor
Parramatta Park is the green lungs of western Sydney but there are fears it is besieged by vested interests wanting to carve off land for private profit.
- by Andrew Taylor
Work will begin on turning the large swathes of land into new suburbs within the next four years.
- by Sumeyya Ilanbey and Adam Carey
A proposed $650 million redevelopment of Cockle Bay Wharf has triggered another dispute between Clover Moore’s City of Sydney Council and Gladys Berejiklian's government over development.
- by Jacob Saulwick
NSW Labor has vowed to shut a "backdoor" in the planning system, but developers warn this will send planning "backwards".
- by Esther Han
South-east Queensland's economy could be "$58 billion bigger" if money was invested in productivity improvements at its four international airports and the Port of Brisbane, a City Deal research paper shows.
- by Tony Moore
An independent panel has rejected a controversial bid to rezone parts of the Showground station precinct in Sydney's north-west.
- by Megan Gorrey