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ICAC eyes property crooks through 'world-leading' digital planning portal
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Corruption

ICAC eyes property crooks through 'world-leading' digital planning portal

The Independent Commission Against Corruption believes a new digital portal for development applications being rolled out by the state government will help it investigate corrupt activity.

  • by Michael Koziol

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Housing study shows Queenslanders get right what modern homes do wrong
Queensland

Housing study shows Queenslanders get right what modern homes do wrong

Contemporary housing design ignores features that make old Queenslander homes better suited to the state's climate, a University of Queensland study has found.

  • by Tony Moore
The evolution of the chalet: from rustic lodge to chic retreat
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The evolution of the chalet: from rustic lodge to chic retreat

When I think of a chalet, my mind goes straight back to the mid-1970s, but one project changed my mind.

  • by Karen McCartney
'Like a five-star hotel': Homeless find stability in a place of their own
Homelessness

'Like a five-star hotel': Homeless find stability in a place of their own

After suffering two strokes and being deemed unable to earn a living, Armindo De Olizeara was living in squalor in a private rooming house. Now he has a fresh start in a new social housing development.

  • by Chloe Booker
Thousands in NSW register for HomeBuilder but main game lies elsewhere
Development

Thousands in NSW register for HomeBuilder but main game lies elsewhere

The grant scheme provides money to people who sign building contracts by the end of the year, in a bid to stimulate the economy.

  • by Angus Thompson
North Sydney’s shrunken soul wantonly brutalised
Opinion
Opinion

North Sydney’s shrunken soul wantonly brutalised

Two new development proposals threaten what little is left of the northern CBD's soul.

  • by Elizabeth Farrelly
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Development panel knocks back Nedlands' 'most controversial' towers
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Planning and development

Development panel knocks back Nedlands' 'most controversial' towers

A development assessment panel has sided with Nedlands locals and councillors opposing a deeply unpopular building proposal.

  • by Marta Pascual Juanola
Apartment plans for popular Trigg cafe site parked after development panel sides with locals
Planning and development

Apartment plans for popular Trigg cafe site parked after development panel sides with locals

Parking – or rather, a lack of it – ultimately led a Joint Development Assessment Panel to refuse plans for a four-storey apartment block where popular Trigg cafe Yelo currently sits.

  • by Cameron Myles
Turning the tide on Perth's 'sea of sameness' one brick at a time
City life

Turning the tide on Perth's 'sea of sameness' one brick at a time

Establishing a small corner of European living in Mount Lawley, complete with wine bar and coffee shop, all speaks to developer Tim Willing’s own story and hopes for Perth beyond COVID-19.

  • by Aja Styles
Merry widows: getting to know the older women in my inner-city street
Good Weekend

Merry widows: getting to know the older women in my inner-city street

You can spend years living next door to someone without getting to know them. Then one sunny afternoon, they tell you their remarkable story.

  • by Greg Callaghan
'Fraud and forgery': Fireworks over Sirius buyer's development attempt
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Public housing

'Fraud and forgery': Fireworks over Sirius buyer's development attempt

One of the only known developments associated with the buyer of the Sirius Building unravelled in spectacular fashion.

  • by Carrie Fellner