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The utopian renewable future promised by Labor and the Greens is based on more fiction than fact, underpinned by faux moralism and will come with an undetermined price tag for little environmental benefit.
by Tristan Prasser - 21/05/2019 - 26 comments
Federal Labor's promise to contribute $10 billion toward the cost of the $50 billion Melbourne suburban rail loop shows it's prepared to see a generation or two of infrastructure funding pissed away if it offers a political advantage.
by Alan Davies - 17/05/2019 - 7 comments
The arable land per capita in China is 40% of the world average.
by Zegang Ren - 16/05/2019 - 1 comment
The future, we were confidently assured, was one where the inner city apartment 'lifestyle' would be the preferred housing option, for a range of demographic, work and lifestyle reasons.
by Ross Elliott - 8/05/2019 - 2 comments
Palestinians have never had a Mabo moment whereby their historical occupancy of the land of Israel has been recognised by Israel and its courts.
by Ron Witton - 8/05/2019 - 3 comments
A proposed High Speed Rail connecting Melbourne with Sydney and Brisbane is getting favourable press, but what are the hurdles?
by Ross Elliott - 8/04/2019 - 17 comments
There appears to be a route for a fully gravitational aqueduct with an ideal gradient of 1:5000.
by David Stockwell - 4/04/2019 - 6 comments
Barnaby Joyce proceeded with the project without allocating one cent of government funds to it. This means that his in-depth commitment to it has been Nil. It was simply a vote getting stunt.
by Everald Compton - 3/04/2019 - 3 comments
If it were on a strategic plan with construction anticipated to commence several decades from now it would make a lot more sense.
by Alan Davies - 8/03/2019 - 7 comments
What's it going to take to reignite the demand for Brisbane CBD offices?
by Ross Elliott - 1/03/2019 - 2 comments
Although there’s never been a strong tradition of cycling in Australia's capitals like there is in many European cities, the availability of battery powered bicycles and scooters is potentially a game-changer.
by Alan Davies - 26/02/2019 - 18 comments
The start of the year is an opportune time to take a big-picture view of the state of passenger transport in Australia’s major urban areas. The key challenge for policy-makers is to
by Alan Davies - 6/02/2019 - 15 comments

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