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  • Dig frees jail ghost (PDF 124kb 1p)
    Herald Sun, Friday, 26 September, 2008
    The original foundations of the Old Melbourne Gaol have been unearthed, giving a rare insight into the primitive conditions prisoners endured in the 19th century.
  • RMIT to build business school
    Australian Financial Review, Tuesday, 29 July, 2008
    A new home for its business school and a large commercial building will form the heart of a $200 million plus redevelopment of part of RMIT University’s substantial land holdings.
  • RMIT to pamper business students
    The Age, Tuesday, 29 July, 2008, Page 3
    RMIT business students could be treated to such digital delights as a “group debating café”, “text screen arcades” and an interactive grassy knoll when the university’s most expensive academic building opens around 2011.
  • RMIT's eco-friendly campus unveiled
    The Australian, 2 July
    RMIT's new $56 million Design Hub building in Melbourne will incorporate environmentally responsible design with an outer skin of 16,000 sand blasted glass cells, some of which will be photovoltaic solar power collectors to help shade and power the building.
  • Design school promises to shine light on city
    The Age, Wednesday, 2 July
    Just as our skin reacts with the environment around us communicating moods, regulating heat and storing energy - a building planned for RMIT University will use a shimmering jacket of glass cells to join the elements with insensate bricks and mortar.
  • RMIT’s $500m building plan
    The Age, Wednesday, 23 April 2008
    A visitor to Melbourne craving a speedy education on the city’s architectural history could probably not do better than a walking tour of RMIT University’s vast property portfolio, which dominates the central business district along Swanston Street.

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