In 35 years, Sydney's population will hit 8 million. Sue Holliday argues there are six ways the city can be transformed by 2050 to increase liveability and affordability.
There is no reason to confine iconic architecture to the CBD, and every reason to think on a grand scale when planning infrastructure for the majority of Sydney’s population, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
Funding issues aside, there's a case to be made for investing in a new Sydney airport, a high-speed railway link, and intermodal freight terminals and related infrastructure, writes Frank Zumbo.
The planned Melbourne Metro project faces engineering hurdles, but there may be light at the end of the tunnel, writes Leonhard Bernold.
UNSW has ensured its role as a key contributor to creating a sustainable and secure energy future following a $75 million funding announcement from the Federal Government.
UNSW has won the largest share of any Australian university in the latest round of Federal Government research infrastructure funding.
Climate change offers Australia a unique opportunity in nation building and infrastructure investment, according to a UNSW researcher.
Climate change offers Australia a unique opportunity to build the nation, according to a University of New South Wales (UNSW) researcher.
UNSW has positioned itself as a key authority on critical infrastructure risks and requirements with the establishment of the new Centre for Infrastructure Engineering & Safety.