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Today's News - June 23, 2005

Amendment to New South Wales, Australia's planning code is a "a Lemony Snickett version of A.A. Milne...in which Pooh sticks it to the Heffalump." -- Planning for San Francisco's waterfront requires regulators and residents to work together. -- Judge rules SCI-Arc didn't dot all the "t"s and cross the "i"s in bid to buy home. -- Recycled school designs and architects held accountable in effort to keep building schools in New Jersey. -- Plans for tallest building in London go for approval. -- Design unveiled for King Tut's new home in the Egyptian desert (designed by Irishmen). -- London's Jubilee Gardens to have a Dutch accent. -- Design workshops for prisoners to "visualise a "creative prison." -- Registration deadline draws near for performing arts center in Western Australia. -- A cliff house fit for a remake of "Vertigo." -- Hot Firm 2005 list released.

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