Choked by unrealistic messages – Haaretz – Israel News

October 18, 2008,AEST

“Last month, the Tolerance Park and Monument was dedicated atop the Armon Hanatziv ridge along the Goldman Promenade in Jerusalem. Its main attraction is an impressive 15-meter bronze sculpture, the handiwork of Polish sculptor Czeslaw Dzwigaj.” read more @ the | Read More

Shared high streets ‘not safer’ – BBC News

October 16, 2008,AEST

“New street schemes which merge traffic and pedestrian areas could put blind people at risk, a charity has warned.” SOURCE: BBC NEWS | UK | Scotland | Tayside and Central | Shared high streets ‘not safer’.

Martha Fajardo Interview – Land8Lounge

October 16, 2008,AEST

Read a great interview with Martha Fajardo by Kevin Gaughan of “MARTHA CECILIA FAJARDO, Immediate Past-President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), received her Colombian Landscape Architect Master degree on Landscape Design at Sheffield University, England.” SOURCE: – | Read More

Mumbai’s final chance? – DNA

October 15, 2008,AEST

Today, Mumbai is at the crossroads — a unique opportunity or an unmitigated disaster. Can this be a defining moment in Mumbai’s history? The answer lies with us. Mumbai is not unique. Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Birmingham, London and Chicago | Read More

Malaysia’s largest development unveiled

October 13, 2008,AEST

The Iskandar Investment Board (IIB) launched Malaysia’s largest urban development at Cityscape Dubai last week. Medini Iskandar, a 2,300 acre (920 hectares) international mixed-use urban development project consisting of nine clusters, should bring in about Dh20 billion in the next | Read More

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