Japanese zippers have dominated the industry for decades. But there's a growing threat from China, writes Francois Leveque
A Sunshine Coast tradesman has his ute unlocked and driven to a nearby mechanic workshop using a different key. Here's how that could happen.
Parliament House in Canberra was designed to facilitate democracy, but instead symbolises the emptiness at the heart of our nation. And its centrepiece — a large slab of reflective granite — evokes a desire to throw coins and to wish for something better, writes Kim Dovey.
A Gold Coast aviation technology company believes the first commercial all-electric-powered plane could be just four years away.
Urban design can help protect pedestrians from vehicle attacks in cities. As these tragedies become increasingly common, cities can adapt to prevent further loss of life, write Jordan Fermanis and Sunanda Creagh.
Cassandra Steeth's family were the original makers of the Melbourne Cup. Now they can't believe how much it's changed.
Australia's largest coffee chain Gloria Jean's is being sued by KeepCup for allegedly copying its design, in a case which will test the effectiveness of Australian IP laws.
On an old industrial site in Adelaide, an ambitious project is underway to build Australia's most sustainable apartment block.