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The Most Livable Cities in the World 2011

Vancouver has once again topped the list of the world’s most liveable cities, according to the reputable Economist Intelligence Unit. Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city claimed second place from Vienna whilst other Australian and Canadian cities dominated the list’s top 10 spots.

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The World’s Least Livable Cities 2011

Of the 140 cities surveyed by the Economist Intelligence Unit, of which Vancouver, Canada claimed top spot, there were always going to be some losers. There was indeed little change at the bottom, with Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, once again claiming the worst position with a rating of 37.5 percent, narrowly beating the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka.

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The World’s Most Livable Cities 2010

There are a number of different rankings each year that hold authority, including Monocle (Tyler Brule’s incarnation following *Wallpaper) and Mercer, but the global affairs magazine, The Economist, is perhaps the most prestigious (and indeed uses data from Mercer). The report placed Vancouver, Canada as the most livable city in the world, with Vienna taking second place followed by Melbourne, Australia.

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Nothing to Celebrate: New South Wales Slips to Last Place

It’s hard to believe that Australia’s most populous State and home of Sydney (the Year 2000 Olympic City) is the worst performing economy in the country. New South Wales is in trouble and has been for some time. It’s time for our leaders in New South Wales to have vision and purpose – something that has been missing for over a decade.

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