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Step One: Sorting out the traffic and the trains.
The prison was closed in 1991 for breaches to human rights.
Sydney is forever changing.
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There are alternatives but you need to be aware of the pitfalls.
A Melbourne heritage-listed pub was torn down after a fire, but there's hope of a rebuild.
Eastern Sydney Harbour, a Western City and a place called 'GPOP'.
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We're in the waste management business.
Bruce Springsteen is getting real about his experience with depression. The 66-year-old legendary musician opened up to Vanity Fair in their October issue about his family history with the illness, in...
Yes, it's on the Gold Coast.
Another day, another change to Sydney's cinema landscape. First came Palace Cinema's bold plan for 14 new cinemas at Central Park Mall in Broadway. Now comes news that the IMAX Cinema in Darling Harbo...
The swathes of street art, spoof fairground rides, derelict Cinderella castle and notoriously grumpy staff are all history ― Banksy's so-called Dismaland is no more. In the place of the "bemusement pa...
Dr Chris Brown says it’s impossible to plan for an Australia without this info.
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Photographer Johnny Miller's "Unequal Scenes" shows wealth discrepancy from above.
It can't come soon enough.
Who is responsible for the protection of coastal communities?
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The Government has vowed zero tolerance for corruption.
Inside Sydney's Gut, Food Scraps Are 'Eaten' To Make Green Energy and fertiliser. And no, it doesn't smell good.
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More than 490 cities have committed to reducing emissions and publicly reporting their progress. These include our home cities of New York, Rio de Janeiro and Paris, along with London, Tokyo, Mexico City, Jakarta, and myriad others.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has unveiled an ambitious funding plan to build "30 minute cities," where residents can access all essential work, school and lifestyle services within a half-hour comm...
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If university student accommodation conjures visions of fluorescent-lit, besa-block boxes that carry sound as effectively as they spread viruses in the communal kitchen, it's time to reacquaint yourse...
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Ride sharing service Uber has apologised to a blind customer who was refused service by one of its drivers and then abused by another driver, who would not allow him in his car with a guide dog. The...
South Australians will soon be able to use ride-sharing services UberX and GoCatch, following changes to the state's taxi industry announced by the State Government. Ride sharing providers such as Ube...
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Accessing appropriate transport is a challenge felt widely in the disability community despite it being key to providing people with the freedom to build an independent and inclusive life. While car...
South East Regional Hospital
The Federal Government has poured cold water on reports Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull plans to announce a high speed rail network along the nation's east coast, as the Opposition accuses the PM of "...
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Most hospitals don't have their own hashtag on Instagram but most don't look out on rolling grounds to a vibrant surf beach. Mona Vale Hospital in Sydney's north is one of many public hospitals that w...
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Architect Dame Zaha Hadid, known for designs such as the London Aquatics Centre for the 2012 Olympic Games, died from a heart attack on Thursday. She was 65. Born in Iraq, the British designer died in...
Indigenous heritage consultants are demanding an urgent halt to construction of a section of Sydney's new light rail line, after one of the largest recent discoveries of indigenous artefacts in the ci...
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Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens are an oasis occupying 30 hectares of one of the harbour city's most spectacular positions. Established in 1816, the Gardens are the oldest scientific institution in Aus...
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An estimated 1 million people live underground in small basement dwellings and former bomb shelters in Beijing -- a living situation that might seem intolerable until you hear how little rent they pay...
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As Australia's population pushes beyond 24 million, Infrastructure Australia plans to keep cities moving with a "user-pays" system that would see people charged based on how often they drive and wheth...
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The great Aussie dream used to be about the family home, the picket fence, the quarter-acre block. But not any more, with population growth, higher property prices and an increased desire for inner-ci...
Scores of fired-up cyclists have rolled through Sydney's CBD to protest against new NSW Government rules and penalties for bike riders including fines of more than $300 for not wearing a helmet. The r...