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    Royal visitors officially open Taronga Institute of Science and Learning
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    As part of their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning to learn about the ground-breaking work the zoo is undertaking and to engage with conservation.


    Caulfield to Dandenong rail upgrade wins Premier’s Sustainability Award
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    The Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project was awarded a Built Environment award in this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards.


    Cox Architecture wins Moore Park stadium design competition
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    The design proposal submitted by Cox Architecture for a new stadium at Moore Park, Sydney has been named the winner of the competition.


    Indigenous element in Australian design still an afterthought?
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    Is the Aboriginal element invisible in the Australian urban landscape?


    Tasmania is on a home building spree
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    Tasmania is leading the nation in dwelling commencements, according to new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).


    Bayside West to become Sydney’s newest lifestyle precinct
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    Sydney suburbs Arncliffe and Banksia have been rezoned to bring to life a new lifestyle precinct called Bayside West.


    Notre Dame to offer new Master of Architecture program
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    The University of Notre Dame Australia has announced a new Master of Architecture Program at their Fremantle Campus from next year.


    Woods Bagot and Peddle Thorp to design 50-storey Auckland tower
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    An architectural collaboration between Woods Bagot’s Melbourne studio and Auckland’s Peddle Thorp won an international design competition for a new high-rise hotel and apartment tower in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Immediate action needed to achieve Paris climate target
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    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has called for immediate action to keep global warming within the 1.5 degree target outlined in the Paris Climate Agreement.


    Designing safer cities by tracking the fears of cyclists
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    A German study called Urban Emotions provides new insights into how people experience the city emotionally depending on the design of traffic areas, the size and distance of buildings, and the dynamics in a park or on a frequently-used bicycle path.


    Hecker Guthrie wins coveted $30k Rigg Design Prize
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    The 2018 Rigg Design Prize has been awarded to Melbourne design practice Hecker Guthrie.


    10 WAFX 2018 winners address eco and societal challenges
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    The sheer diversity of approaches won ten architects and designers a place at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) to be held next month in Amsterdam.


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