The arrival of the cute peregrine falcon chicks atop a Collins Street tower are providing Melburnians with a much welcomed distraction from lockdown life.
One of Brisbane’s biggest shopping centres is among a range of new COVID-19 exposure sites identified by Queensland Health authorities as multiple new clusters emerge this week.
Police confirmed they had arrested 94 people in the CBD and St Kilda on Saturday for breaching health orders.
Working from home is an opportunity to reimagine the modern city,
The mother of George Lin, a 21-year-old student at the University of Sydney, visits his grave every day, she told a Sydney court. Lin was run over by a garbage […]
TV networks can still show live aerial footage of Melbourne’s CBD protests after being granted a stay against two notices that tried to ban the coverage.
Victoria Police says the crackdown on helicopter footage comes after protesters in the CBD were “actively monitoring aerial live streams, compromising the police operation”.
Daniel Andrews vowed police would crack down on protesters who tried to shut down the CBD, as 1000 anti-lockdown demonstrators converged on the Shrine of Remembrance on Wednesday.
Police are preparing for further protests in Melbourne’s CBD, Byron Bay is waking up to its first day of a seven-day lockdown and the PM has had his first face-to-face […]
Police commenced an investigation after receiving footage of the incident at the intersection of Phillip and Bent streets.
Christian Porter being back in the news reminded CBD of some extracts from “Briefs” – the magazine from the law students of UWA.
People travelling for essential work, healthcare or to attend a vaccination appointment will be allowed in the CBD, but will have to carry ID and proof of their reason for […]
Popcaan’s want you to take a sip of his Unruly Tea. If ever there was a model to success for young deejays to follow, it would have to be Popcaan’s. […]
The fund manager is confident corporates and government tenants will be keen to move into CBD towers.
Thousands of police took to the streets and set up checkpoints in Sydney’s CBD on Saturday to quell an anti-lockdown protest, Victoria’s lockdown has been extended into the regions, and […]
The protest disappointed some activists who wanted to achieve the scale seen at a large rally in the CBD last month.
Six police officers were hospitalised and more than 200 people were arrested during anti-lockdown protests that brought chaos to Melbourne’s CBD on Saturday.
There’s more to keeping tenants in big CBD buildings than deals on space and lease flexibility.
More than one-10th of the city’s office floor space was empty in July – the highest vacancy rate since January 2000 – as COVID shutdowns hit business confidence and workers’ […]
NSW Police took extraordinary measures on Saturday to thwart any repeat of last weekend’s anti-lockdown protests, setting up an exclusion zone around the CBD. And they say residents can expect […]
NSW Police launched an investigation into the widely condemned event that saw thousands of participants march in defiance of COVID-19 public health orders.
The retail vacancy rate across Australia’s major CBD’s has risen to 12.9 per cent amid the fallout from the pandemic and an increased shift to online retailing.
Thousands of protesters are marched in Sydney’s CBD to protest widespread lockdowns in NSW, as crowds opposing COVID-19 restrictions gather in major cities across Australia.
Sydney councils are divided, with Bondi residents copping fines if they overstay their welcome while people in Randwick, the CBD and the inner west might be shown a little leniency.
Sydneysiders were excited to get their first COVID-19 jab as a new mass vaccination clinic opened in the CBD on Monday morning.
The pandemic is the final blow for some kiosk operators whose future had been uncertain even before office workers deserted the CBD.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison now has six press secretaries – which is more than CBD can ever remember any PM having.
Victorian health authorities are on the alert after eight new cases were announced and the MCG, Highpoint shopping centre and a CBD pub were listed as exposure sites.
A report commissioned by the City of Melbourne projects the CBD will return to its pre-COVID-19 peak of about $74 billion gross regional product by the second half of 2024.
A safe injecting service would ensure that a city recovery also means supporting vulnerable people who often see drugs as the only answer.