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    Triple promotion at Techne

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    Tone on Tuesday 117: Adaptation and regional regeneration
    Tone on Tuesday 117: Adaptation and regional regeneration

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    Vale John Andrews

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    Tone on Tuesday 116: Big plans: the Snowy Mountains Scheme and the NBN
    Tone on Tuesday 116: Big plans: the Snowy Mountains Scheme and the NBN

    In the lead up to today's federal budget the PM, Scott Morrison, said on the ABC 7.30 Report “We build things, and we build big things”, giving an insight into how he thinks a budget can be framed to win the popular vote. He's wrong, and it's a lie, but we'll get to that later. For now, I want to continue our analysis of the history of Australia’s ‘big plans’.


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    NSW Planning Minister draws flak for ditching predecessor’s planning reforms

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    NAWIC introduces new National Chair

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    ISPT nurtures tenant relationships with creation of new role

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    Deakin appoints Indigenous design luminaries as Honorary Fellows

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    Tone on Tuesday 115: Big plans: The Sydney Harbour Bridge
    Tone on Tuesday 115: Big plans: The Sydney Harbour Bridge

    The Sydney Harbour Bridge turns 90 this week. My addition to the celebrations is through a series of lithographs by Robert Emerson Curtis, and in this story, there is a curious link to the author of the very idea of the ‘big plan’.


    Triple promotion blitz at Plus Architecture
    Triple promotion blitz at Plus Architecture

    Plus Architecture has promoted three senior team members from their Brisbane and Gold Coast studios, with the practice currently working on dozens of projects in the sunshine state.


    Introducing the first African architect to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize
    Introducing the first African architect to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize

    Diebedo Francis Kere has become the first African to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize, with the Burkina Faso native awarded the prize after many years designing structures across the world.


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