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The secret lives of worms

February 20th, 2024 - Susan Saunders

Does your building have worms? No, this is not some uncomfortable affliction, it is to do with “saving the planet”. It is all about recycling your building’s day-to-day leftover vegetable matter.


New Year, new hope?

January 24th, 2024 - Barbara Francis & Rus Littleson

Is 2024 a year to dream that the impossible might happen? 

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First Metro Tunnel station complete 

January 24th, 2024 - Metro Tunnel

The Metro Tunnel has moved a major step closer to opening with construction of the first of five new underground stations now complete. 

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The city most liveable

January 24th, 2024 - Susan Saunders

Let’s take a philosophical view of life in the city. It does not matter where you live, there will also be the good and the bad. In the Melbourne CBD, this article looks at both, making some suggestions for improvement.

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Live longer, healthier

November 21st, 2023 - Susan Saunders

Residents 3000’s “Forum 3000” in October was about health and wellbeing – a popular topic in our online media. The theme of the recent event was to discuss the difference between “lifespan” and “health-span”.

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From housing crisis to hope?

November 21st, 2023 - Barbara Francis & Rus Littleson

Now that Victoria has both a new Premier and a new Minister for Consumer Affairs, can we dare to hope or dream there will be some meaningful changes during the first term of this new government?

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Your chance to be part of Melbourne’s train transformation

November 21st, 2023 - Metro Tunnel

Metro Trains is hiring more than 100 station staff to work at the Metro Tunnel’s five new state-of-the-art stations, opening in 2025.  

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Tough times ahead: how to protect your assets

November 21st, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Bah humbug! Isn’t Christmas meant to be a time of peace, goodwill, and joy to all people?

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A living testimony

November 21st, 2023 - Afraa Kori

When the civil war broke out in South Sudan, the only solution was to escape for David Delfin.

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Circular thinking for the built environment

October 25th, 2023 - CBD News

“Circularity” is defined as the shift from the wasteful “take-make-consume-discard” common practice to a “cradle-to-cradle” mindset.

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Bad taste

Bad taste

February 7th, 2017 - CBD News
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