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Labor’s bold stance on housing tax reform and investment makes this one of the likely policy flashpoints in the coming election campaign.
The destruction of Notre Dame cathedral is lamentable. A wonderful icon has been largely destroyed by fire. However, we should not despair.
Australia’s retirement incomes system has been built on the assumption that most retirees would own their home outright.
Regulation of the Australian building industry is broken, according to the Shergold-Weir report to the Building Ministers’ Forum (BMF).
Eucalypts have been in Australia for at least 60 million years, but a comparatively recent explosion in diversity 2 million years ago is the secret to their spread across southern Australia.
After a three-year cycle of industry comment, review and revision, May 1 marks the adoption of a new National Construction Code (NCC).
Our research, published earlier this year in the European Journal of Marketing, looked at the roles technology plays in Australian homes. We found three main ways people assign control to, and trust in, their technology.
The Australian Federal Government will be investing $15 billion into new road and rail projects in 2019, aiming to take tens of thousands of cars off the road and ease congestion in our capital cities.
To regain top spot, or indeed just to become a better place for the people who actually live in the city, perhaps Melbourne and other cities like it should consider other factors that affect not only liveability but also health and sustainability.
The Coalition government has announced its Commuter Car Park Fund, a A$500 million package intended to make it easier for people in the suburbs and regions to drive to their local railway station.
E-scooter mania is sweeping cities around the world. Fun, accessible and cheap to rent, shared electric scooters are one of the biggest technology stories this year.
According to a story on the ABC, in the 1930s, while the outward tension between modernism and the Nazis was always risible, that didn’t stop those in the precursor to modernism, especially those in the Bauhaus School, to try and accommodate the movement within more sinister endeavours.