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An explosion in the number of high-rise apartments across our capital cities is dramatically driving up student enrolments, resulting in "jam-packed" public schools. Too many students and not enough classrooms. How did government's get it so wrong?
When the Treasurer Scott Morrison visited London last week... he made time in his schedule... to see what he learn off the Brits when it came to housing affordability.
He toured a housing re-development at Elephant and Castle in South London that involved a...
New South Wales has once again taken pole position as the nation's top economic performer. In fact, the state is enjoying its biggest economic lead in fifteen years. But will today's gain be tomorrow's pain?
The latest Commsec State of the States report has...
The eviction of social housing tenants from Sydney's CBD is nearly complete. The NSW government says it will build over a thousand houses elsewhere with the $500 million raised. But the sell-off has come at a social cost, and at the loss of an architecturally...
It's well known that Australia is one of the most urbanised countries, with many state governments fast-tracking development and population growth, promising to change the face of our major cities in coming decades.
So against this backdrop, how 'walkable' will our cities be?...
People have collected and kept animals for thousands of years. During the eighteenth and nineteenth century, what had been called menageries—often royal collections—gave way to zoos, where live specimens were collected for study.
Although some zoos—like the London Zoo—were established specifically for scientific research,...