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  1. Chiara Opens on Collins

    Though Chiara opened its doors only yes­ter­day, Dock­lands’ lat­est Ital­ian diner already feels famil­iar. “I wanted it to feel like it’d been here for a while,” says Gavin Baker (for­merly of The Fat Duck), who along with Pete Evans (a My Kitchen Rules judge) and devel­oper Lang Walker, is intent on redefin­ing din­ing on lower Collins Street.

  2. Entertaining design to suit lively lifestyle

    Families needing a big home to accommodate children, friends and entertaining will fit well into the roomy four-bedroom, two-bathroom Sentosa. The home has a living area of 218sqm and a total area of 258sqm.

  3. Overhaul of precinct may bring in $200m

    The opening of the redeveloped Adelaide Oval has sparked renewed calls to overhaul the Riverbank precinct as new plans for a major new open bar are revealed.

  4. Prestige home owners look to Forest Springs for their dream lifestyle

    Access and amenity to a range of community facilities remain the key driving forces behind the popularity of the Forest Springs neighbourhood according to Walker Corporation's Queensland General Manager Peter Saba.

  5. Sales energise CBD office market

    The Sydney and Melbourne central business district office markets are set for a shake-up in coming months as DEXUS Property and GPT Group reshuffle their respective portfolios.

  6. Mayor’s Column

    On Friday 28 March I visited Yanderra Public School to talk with the students about the different levels of government as part of my Governance program. The program has been running since October 2013 and I have enjoyed engaging with students and teaching them about what goes on at Council and in government.

  7. Food – Leanne Tolra reviews Bar Nacional

    Once upon a time, in a stroke of Docklands derring-do, a dream team of chefs and entrepreneurs created a drinking and dining venue in the shadow of an accounting giant.

  8. Old Inn to Shine Again

    The historic Appin Inn is a shadow of the building that once provided vital shelter for horsemen travelling between Sydney and the Illawarra, but the Walker Corporation is giving the site a new lease of life.

  9. Super-sized local artwork

    Installation of Dion Horstman’s large-scale sculpture began at Collins Square last month.

  10. Catapult docks

    Sports group Catapult has signed a four-year lease to move its Melbourne office into Walker Corporation's $1.8 billion Collins Square project in Melbourne's Docklands