The developers of a proposed twin towers development on one of Perth's most famous beaches officially advise the WA Government that the project is on hold while they re-evaluate the project.
The Chinese-backed developers of twin towers proposed for Perth's Scarborough Beach have reportedly put the project on hold, with WA Planning Minister Rita Saffioti saying she expects to find out more about the viability of the project this week.
A small room in a large office controls every set of traffic lights in the Northern Territory. A smooth morning commute is the goal but unpredictability gets in the way.
The Brisbane City Council scraps its support for the controversial Mt Coot-tha zipline project, with Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner saying in a statement that protecting the area is his priority going forward.
The Hobart International Airport will double its annual passenger numbers within a decade under a new multi-million-dollar expansion plan, but passengers will still have to brave the Tasmanian elements to get from the plane to the terminal.
Melbourne has seen a meteoric rise in co-working spaces, where crafting a community of like-minded individuals takes more than just providing a few desks and a slab of beer at the end of the week.
Victorian public transport users will be able to put away their Myki cards and tap on using their smartphones, but only if they use Android, as the Government has yet to come to an agreement with Apple.
Parking in the wrong spot can be costly, but are current parking signs doing enough to help us? Take our quiz and we'll show you there's a better way.
Melbourne commuters who use CityLink to get to work face paying an extra $15,000 a year under the Victorian Government's plans for toll increases on the roadway in coming decades, analysis shows.
Melbourne's road rules are set to get a little more confusing for visitors and commuters alike, with the introduction of the P-turn to one of the city's busiest intersections.