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Today's News - Friday, December 14, 2007

So little discussion of urban issues during presidential debates; mayors get a chance to speak out. -- Sydney sprawl: developers delighted, environmentalists dismayed. CABE calls for Cabe calls for a "major rethink" of £2 billion master plan for Victoria Station. -- Piano gets AIA Gold; KieranTimberlake and Tigerman also win big. -- A winner in U.K.'s Carbon Challenge for eco-village; shortlist for the next. -- A green apartment complex in Jerusalem among 11 such projects in Israel. -- Big names fail to save Pimlico School. -- Hawthorne gets a rare look into the rarified world of Hollywood talent agencies. -- Happy 100th Birthday Oscar Niemeyer! -- Call for entries: CitroŽn's design challenge. -- Weekend diversions: A new book sweeps aside the myth that Australia is devoid of indigenous architecture. -- A "serene, adroit" documentary explores Schindler's houses - "warts and all." -- An amusing British year-end review hands out turkeys and Christmas puddings. -- The demise of House & Garden: does it signal a trend (now where can we find out fill of Filler and Rus)?


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