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VICTORIA will have more days of catastrophic bushfire loss unless its ageing electricity system gets an urgent multibillion-dollar overhaul to prevent it starting fires, the Bushfires Royal Commission heard yesterday.
THE art deco building in Lonsdale Street may have had a better chance of survival if heritage groups were not so precious regarding the preservation and use of such buildings. This building has long outlived its original function and is in a very shabby state. However, imagine it cleaned up,..read more
A second-term Bracks government will host a meeting of state and territory leaders in Melbourne early next year to set greenhouse gas reduction targets, allowing Australia to meet its obligations under the Kyoto protocol.
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