A "high-handed" developer who smashed down most of the protected 1912 Edward facade of an old Potts Point building to make way for a new apartment block has been ordered to reinstate the wall by council officers.
Allison Worrall The unusual listing photos have raised a few eyebrows ??? the giant blue blanket is hard to miss.
Jayne D'Arcy This could be your average Melbourne city fringe suburb, adding to the urban sprawl. But that's not the plan.
Nicole Frost There's been plenty of speculation about Beyonce and Jay Z's potential property acquisitions in LA, but it turns out they've picked up a mansion on the US East Coast as well.
Kate Jones Sandringham is a suburb that has always lived up to its seaside rep: the vibe is relaxed and friendly, the architecture pretty and varied.
Ellen Lutton The move from a Bavarian castle in Germany to a run-down timber cottage in Queensland bushland doesn't seem like an obvious one, although it's exactly what Fiona Wood's wealthy aristocratic husband did.
Kate Burke The former house of a hoarder has rotten floors, badly damaged walls and a missing ceiling.
Carlene Duffy We are drawn to what we know, and what we know is what we see on repeat.
Andrew P Street Other cities have benefitted from having a dedicated person in charge of nightlife - why don't we?
Ellen Lutton Bill McHarg, founder and former chairman of Australia's largest commercial property agency Colliers International, has been at the helm of billions of dollars worth of property development during his career ??? but it's his latest sale that has his heartstrings pulled tight.