Sydney tower approved despite shadow fears

It’s all systems go for the $649 million redevelopment of Sydney’s Cockle Bay Wharf despite critics saying another skyscraper will overshadow the proposed Town Hall Square nearby. The NSW Independent Planning Commission on Monday announced it had approved the project – which includes shops, bars, restaurants and a commercial office …

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West Indies vs Bangladesh – Highlights & Stats

Bangladesh beat the West Indies by five wickets in Monday’s tri-series match in Malahide, confirming their place in the final at the expense of hosts Ireland. SCORECARD | COMMENTARY Mustafizur Rahman impressed for the Tigers, taking 4-43 in nine overs to restrict the Windies to 247-9 batting first. Shai Hope …

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All class by the coast

From its six bedrooms to its expansive open-plan entertainment area, 4 Robin Avenue in Sorrento presents a wealth of luxurious fittings and features. The house sits on a 751sqm block and is a mere stroll from gorgeous Sorrento beach. It is also walking distance to vibrant coastal cafes and restaurants …

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Quality shines through in Falcon residence

From the solid jarrah timber flooring that dominates most of the space to its contemporary facade, 11 Corinna Street in Falcon is suited to people who love quality. The abode offers two bedrooms and three bathrooms, but the guest bedroom on the ground floor could easily be split into two …

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Fears caged eggs sold as free-range in WA

Eggs from caged hens may have been falsely labelled free-range or barn-laid then sold at Perth supermarkets, producers warn. The Commercial Egg Producers Association of WA believes substitution has been happening for the past few years, given supermarkets have been selling free-range eggs at prices lower than farming costs. President …

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