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Ballarat Heritage Weekend was biggest yet
MORE people than ever attended this year’s Ballarat Heritage Weekend, with visitors to the city spending more than $500,000 during their stay. MORE people than ever attended this year’s Ballarat...
Read more at The Courier
Street art proponents see the big pictures
Street art - once treated as a form of vandalism - is now celebrated public art in many of the world's most creative cities, such as Melbourne and Berlin. Debbie Porteous speaks to some who think...
Read more at Otago Daily Times
Council weighs in on debate for street art to det...
THE City of Ballarat has weighed into the debate on street art being used as way of deterring or erasing graffiti. THE City of Ballarat has weighed into the debate on street art being used as way of...
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Heritage Fest: Your chance to see Central School ...
Stew Slater St. Marys Journal Argus The doors — one set of doors: the eastern set traditionally, way back when, used solely by St. Marys Central School’s male population — are being swung open to...
Read more at SouthwesternOntario.ca
The Former Residence of H. H. Kung
Address: No. 383 Yongjia Road, Xuhui District Built in 1926, the British style garden residence was designed by Robert Fan, the well-known architect in modern China. The building was once the...
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A peek into The Great Houses of Ipswich
ANYONE who lives in Ipswich, or visits the city, cannot fail to notice the outstanding wealth of
. Wonderfully crafted homes and buildings are a testament to the optimism in the...
Read more at Queensland Times
Dear council, stop destroying our Garden City
TOOWOOMBA'S Garden City image is under threat by the clearance of park lands and trees. That is the opinion of Chronicle Facebook likers after it was revealed trees would be cleared from two...
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TOOWOOMBA Regional Council
Port Hope unveils heritage pillars plaques
The first day of summer saw a special exercise in Port Hope: the unveiling of nine bronze plaques by the Eastside Fundraising Task Force as part of the Heritage Pillars of Port Hope fundraising...
Read more at Northumberland Today
Hotel Churchill: $17M makeover
The Hotel Churchill's south facade shows peeling paint and boarded up windows that will be repaired in the renovation. — Howard Lipin Downtown's venerable Hotel Churchill, which opened 100 years ago...
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San Diego Housing Commission
Brunswick tower block wins top architecture award
For years, Melbourne has talked about building along its train lines and railway stations - most recently in the Plan Melbourne strategy for the city. For years, Melbourne has talked about building...
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