• Bensley creates 2400-room ‘Human Zoo’ wildlife resort

    IS THIS what the future of travel will look like? This fantastical rendering was conceived by famed Bangkok-based architect Bill Bensley, affectionately known as the ‘Willy Wonka’ of hotel design. Report from Asia correspondent, Ellen Boonstra. 

  • UNSW engineers develop hydrogen power retrofit for diesel engines

    ENGINEERS from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney have successfully converted a diesel engine to run as a hydrogen-diesel hybrid engine – reducing CO2 emissions by more than 85 percent in the process.

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THE Housing Industry Association (HIA) is tracking the rapid decline in the value of new housing and construction loans across Australia in reaction to the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA's) steeply inclining interest rates.

“The RBA’s tightening cycle has pushed down the total value of housing loans by a further 3.4 percent in August,” HIA economist, Tom…

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