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Date Title
26/02/2009   London Mayor awards Channel Rail Link award for excellence 
24/02/2009   World Architecture Festival to proceed in November 
24/02/2009   Herzog & de Meuron to build tallest residential towers in UK 
23/02/2009   Royal Gold Medal presented to Alvaro Siza 
23/02/2009   Five shortlisted for Glasgow supercampus 
20/02/2009   Dublin Skyscraper plan rejected 
19/02/2009   Egeraat collaborates with IOB in new company 
19/02/2009   Kaplicky's legacy folds as architects fired 
19/02/2009   Twittering away 
18/02/2009   Russia cuts $8.4 billion off winter olympics builds 
18/02/2009   Infrastructure halts in California as bankruptcy is imminent 
17/02/2009   Trump files for bankruptcy 
17/02/2009   The Monument reopens after £4.5million restoration 
16/02/2009   New York bestows landmark status 
16/02/2009   Chapman Taylor win International Trade Award 
13/02/2009   RIBA's romantic poll results... 
13/02/2009   Princeton selects Williams and Tsien for new Energy Center 
12/02/2009   Double-whammy job losses for major firms 
09/02/2009   Fire at TVCC 
09/02/2009   Construction for seduction 
09/02/2009   Short list announced for Broad Museum 
09/02/2009   Foster + Partners tops the Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100 
06/02/2009   Niemeyer Brasilia plans scuppered 
06/02/2009   Architects selected for two American University outposts in Qatar 
05/02/2009   Reform army aim for success in ARB elections 
05/02/2009   Call for participation in RIBA Future Trends survey 
04/02/2009   AIA honours 'citizen architects' 
04/02/2009   RMJM appoint ex army officer to support move into emerging markets 
04/02/2009   Burj tops off, but no fanfare 
04/02/2009   Erick van Egeraat bounces back with new practise