A $40 million property development in Adelaide — which was spruiked as a "new benchmark for energy and sustainability" — has been scrapped after apartments sat on the market for more than 18 months.
The Mandorah Jetty was originally constructed in the late 1960s and was badly damaged during the 1974 Christmas cyclone. Now, after years of patchy repairs and upgrades, the NT Government bites the bullet and commits to a replacement with expected completion in 2022.
A Sunshine Coast director has been sentenced to jail for one year, and fined $1 million, in a Queensland first Workplace Health and Safety trial.
Asian conglomerate Jemena says the expansion of a massive outback pipeline project would fuel the gas demands of Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.
A federal parliament inquiry argues no families should be trapped on land contaminated by PFAS chemicals and recommended the Commonwealth offer financial compensation for residents exposed to the substance.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk scraps plans for a high-speed tunnel under the west side of LA after legal action from community groups, instead moving ahead with a tunnel to transfer people to Dodger Stadium.
With Australia's population topping 25 million this year, our major cities are not just spreading out, they're also stepping up.
An historic Qantas plane, that popularised luxury international air travel, has been restored and put on display in Western Queensland.
Sydneysiders will still have to wait several months until the barricades surrounding the CBD light rail are removed, with fencing to remain in front of some retailers along Sydney's George Street over the Christmas period.
A neighbourhood in the city of Eindhoven will welcome what is claimed to be a world-first habitable 3D-printed housing development, with the first residents due to move in next year.