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Historic Burrawang West Expected to Sell For $8.5 Million


NINETEENTH century station Burrawang West in western New South Wales is for sale and expected to sell for about $8.5 million.

The historic property spread over 5000 hectares on the Lachlan River, about 450 kilometres west of Sydney, was once a wool production operation, in 1884 establishing a then-record for processing 5000 bales.
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News Limited Issues Leasing Requirements, Sydney, Which May See it Quit Long Time Surry Hills Home

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MEDIA giant News Corp has signaled it could relocate from its long-time, owner-occupied premises in Holt Street, Surry Hills, in Sydney’s inner south.

The local News Limited arm has issued a leasing requirement for between 2000 and 12,000 square metres to occupy in the medium and long term. In addition it is looking for 1000 square metres to 5000 square metres of space immediately.

News Limited - which recently announced a restructure which would involve shedding jobs - is looking around Sydney’s western suburbs as well as Chatswood and the North Shore.
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Toxic Material Fears Stop Work at $6 Billion Barangaroo Project Again

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A SECOND work stoppage in three months has plagued the much hyped development of Lend Lease Group’s $6 billion Barangaroo project, on a waterfront piece of the Sydney CBD.

Crumbled asbestos, believed to have been disturbed by trucks or other heavy vehicles accessing the site, are believed to have caused the concern this time. About 40 staff downed tools due to fear about toxic materials.

The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) will meet today (June 26) to determine whether it was safe to resume work.
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Lend Lease Wins $315 Million Contract to Widen West Motorway, Sydney

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LEND Lease has secured the $315 million contract to widen the M5 West Motorway in Sydney.

It will design and construct the upgrade which include interlink roads. Two lanes will be extended to three in each direction from Camden Valley Way, Prestons to King Georges Road, Beverly Hills.

Lend Lease's construction business, Abigroup, has been working on the proposal since February 2010. Completion of the project is expected in December 2014.

Lend Lease announced the contract to the ASX this afternoon (June 26):
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TAL Leases 10,500 Sq m in Sydney CBD

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THE life insurer formerly known as Tower, and now, TAL, will relocate across from Sydney’s north to the CBD after committing to lease 10,500 square metres at 363 George Street, near Martin Place.

TAL will leave Milsons Point and Albert Street which it has called home for 40 years. The move will bring together the company’s 850 staff – including some currently located at another Martin Place office.

It’s new George Street office will spread across 12 levels. It fills part of 60,000 square metres being vacated by the Commonwealth Bank (which is moving to the Darling Quarter).
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Rail Infrastructure Worth More Than $18 Billion Announced For Metropolitan Sydney

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SYDNEY will get a second harbor crossing under plans for a multibillion rail vision announced by Infrastructure NSW on June 20.

The crossing – with conservative cost estimates of $10 billion – will join the $8.5 billion North West Rail Link, set to be open in about 2019-20. The harbour crossing is not expected to start before then.

The crossing is needed for Sydney to use metro-style trains similar to those in London and Paris.

Coalition government advisers have speculated the tunnel cost would be considerably more than $10 billion – but Transport Minister Gladys Berejikian assured the AFR the infrastructure project will be built. The newspaper also included a map of the project.
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