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This is in line with history since about 1995, a record of capricious decision-making by ideologically-driven politicians.
by Robert Gibbons - 1/12/2017 - 2 comments
Once the difficult transition period when human controlled vehicles are still common is over, a world of fully driverless vehicles should be a lot different from today.
by Alan Davies - 17/11/2017 - 11 comments
The acrimonious battle over Australia's largest motorway may be a case study in how class conflict plays out across the 'post-industrial' metropolis.
by John Muscat - 8/11/2017 - 2 comments
The NBN seems to have been a Kevin Rudd idea, and he used it effectively in his 2007 election campaign. It sounded good, too.
by Don Aitkin - 2/11/2017 - 10 comments
At this stage, if we don't know what the precise objectives are, 'No Energy Guarantee' is the best elaboration of the NE'G' acronym.
by Geoff Carmody - 25/10/2017 - 6 comments
Oh well, it all has to be approved by COAG, which meets in November, and the whole exercise so far smacks of the back-of-envelope calculations that people make excitedly in hotel bars.
by Don Aitkin - 24/10/2017 - 7 comments
What's the 'official family' feeding the punter about cost increases within the National Electricity Market (the NEM)?
by Geoff Carmody - 20/10/2017 - 19 comments
But Florida has since re-canted, admitting that the focus on inner urban 'cool' may have worked for the wealthy and privileged but at the same time created city wide disadvantage.
by Ross Elliott - 19/10/2017 - 2 comments
Prominent businessman and philanthropist Dick Smith recently released a booklet designed to tell the full story on housing.
by Rex Drabik - 18/10/2017 - 10 comments
There are clear signs of a nuclear slow-down in China, the only country with a large nuclear new-build program.
by Jim Green - 16/10/2017 - 21 comments
There is the very real possibility that privately owned open space created from recent development may be more beneficial to the community than publicly owned space.
by Natalie Rayment - 29/09/2017 - 6 comments
No, architects and designers do not need to counteract terrorism.
by Riley Flanigan - 3/08/2017 - 3 comments


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