Can’t see the wood for the trees:This architect doesn’t want you to notice his work

Can’t see the wood for the trees:This architect doesn’t want you to notice his work

Most people walk right past architect Phillip Arnold’s new award-nominated pavilion in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. And that’s by design.

  • byJulie Power

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Liberals at odds over funding for Parramatta light rail extension

Liberals at odds over funding for Parramatta light rail extension

A NSW Liberal minister has warned that the federal government’s reluctance to fund a transport project could jeopardise two key federal seats.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan andTom Rabe
NSW minister criticises colleague’s ‘naive’ call for federal light rail funding

NSW minister criticises colleague’s ‘naive’ call for federal light rail funding

David Elliott has attacked ministerial colleague Geoff Lee over his call for Commonwealth funding for the second stage of the Parramatta light rail project.

  • byTom Rabe
NSW minister tells feds to ‘stop stuffing around’ and fund light rail

NSW minister tells feds to ‘stop stuffing around’ and fund light rail

“Why doesn’t the federal government help? These things are always supported,but they don’t show us the money,” said state MP Geoff Lee.

  • byMichael Koziol
Parramatta light rail setback is a betrayal of Sydney’s new pioneer populations
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Parramatta light rail setback is a betrayal of Sydney’s new pioneer populations

Thousands of people have moved to the affected areas with the promise of public transport.

  • byDavid Borger
‘Dream come true’:Parramatta light rail inches towards completion

‘Dream come true’:Parramatta light rail inches towards completion

Transport Minister David Elliott said construction equipment would be removed from Church Street in Parramatta by Easter as work begins on the final segment of the light rail line.

  • byAndrew Taylor
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Adapt trams to run on different lines,government says

Adapt trams to run on different lines,government says

The NSW transport agency is in talks about the “option of a mixed fleet operation” for the inner west and the CBD and eastern suburbs light rail lines.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
Inner west light rail to return with trams borrowed from the east

Inner west light rail to return with trams borrowed from the east

The original fleet was put out of service when extensive cracking was discovered in the vehicles.

  • byHarriet Alexander
‘Take a breath’:Elliott won’t commit to Parramatta light rail stage two

‘Take a breath’:Elliott won’t commit to Parramatta light rail stage two

The new Transport Minister’s position on the project has prompted the Opposition to accuse the government of breaking an election promise.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
NSW government holds back committing to next Parramatta light rail stage

NSW government holds back committing to next Parramatta light rail stage

Businesses say fast-growing suburbs along the route of the line will be distressed to learn that the project is “still uncertain”.

  • byMatt O'Sullivan
Sydney’s inner west light rail to resume in February

Sydney’s inner west light rail to resume in February

Trams from the CBD will supplement the reopened line – from Central to Lilyfield only for the first few months – until all 12 cracked trams are repaired by next October.

  • byTom Rabe