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    News Archive for November 2022

    ACT and NSW lead rankings in clean transport report

    The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) tops the rankings in a new clean transport report released by the Climate Council.


    ALAND announces new luxury development in Gosford

    Award-winning Sydney developer ALAND announces the launch of a new mixed use development in Gosford.


    Rising land costs and lack of supply strains government housing targets

    The Housing Industry Association (HIA) believes the Federal Government’s target of one million new homes by 2028 is under threat, mainly due to rising land prices and cash rate increases.


    ARM office design intersects commercial and culture

    Kane Constructions’ new headquarters, designed by ARM Architecture, epitomises the facility of the modern workplace, while remaining mindful of company values.


    Australia’s first mass timber fire station opens in Maryborough QLD

    Australia’s first mass engineered timber fire and emergency services complex has officially opened in Maryborough, Queensland.


    Studco systems get Australian Made label

    Studco Building Systems proudly announces that a range of EZ Concept and Resilmount products have been licenced by Australian Made Campaign Limited.


    Get ready for NSW’s Six Cities Region

    Australia’s first multi-city region, the Six Cities Region, is being developed in New South Wales. A multi-city region, also known as a mega-region, establishes an integrated network of globally and locally connected cities.


    House painting simulator: Test new paint colours on your walls without touching a brush

    New paint can be difficult to visualise when you are used to looking at walls one colour. Thankfully, there is an abundance of free interior design software ready to helps.


    Trust in Mirvac underpinned by highest possible iCIRT rating

    Mirvac Constructions has been recognised by Equifax as the first Australian business to be awarded a 5 Gold Star iCIRT rating, which determines an entity’s capability, capacity and ability to deliver a trustworthy building.


    AIA calls upon world leaders to do more in climate fight

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) says its members are prepared to take greater action in regards to climate change, in the wake of the COP27 United Nations Climate Change Conference.


    It’s time to paint the town with Dulux Colour Awards entries open

    Dulux has opened entries for the 37th edition of the Dulux Colour Awards, with architects, interior designers, specifiers and students invited to submit their projects that feature a pioneering use of colour across a multitude of spaces and contexts.


    Sydney Modern opens with the air of ambition

    The NSW Art Gallery’s North Building, designed by Tokyo-based practice SANAA in collaboration with Architectus, has reached completion, with the design culminating in a world-class facility most worthy of its siting and cultural significance.


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