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Cities need vision and planning for a sustainable future

Unchecked population growth in our major cities is leading to increased congestion, pollution, infrastructure demands and social and economic division, argue Mike Berry and Ian Lowe. It’s time for governments to develop and deliver long-term, ideology-free policy to ensure cities and residents have a sustainable future.

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Lightsview shock: "Dirty" wetlands water hooked up to drinking supply

EXCLUSIVE | A resident of the State Government-backed Lightsview development in Adelaide’s inner north says he and his family have suffered “ongoing health issues” after discovering recycled wetlands water – intended for irrigation and flushing toilets – had been connected to his drinking supply for the past four years.