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Residents' Association

A massive win for City Rd
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Owners Corporation Law

Taking the plunge on defect claims
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Montague Community Alliance

Is having no third-party rights the new black?
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Housing

We are losing our social licence to operate
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Federal Politics

Michael Danby announces retirement
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We Live Here

Uniting against proxy farming and rorts
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Southbanker

Bringing the arts to life
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History

Meet you at the Malthouse!
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Skypad Living

Luv thy NABERS (for apartments)
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Health and Wellbeing

The psychology of persuasion
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Name it Domain!
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Riverside party impresses

14 Nov 2011

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Southbank hasn’t seen a party like this for a while.  On October 19 the investors behind WTC Wharf at Northbank spared no expense in launching their revitalised precinct.

In what was reputed to have cost $250,000, the old World Trade Centre was relaunched WTC Wharf, “Melbourne’s meeting place”.

It had masses of sound and light, a mini-orchestra, opera singers, ballet dancers, a celebrity DJ and the Premier Ted Baillieu who launched the precinct with a gigantic remote-control.

Asset 1 WTC chair Tan Sri Azmi Wan Hamzah spoke from the heart when recognising Victoria’s stability, rule of law and integrity as reasons why it was a great place to invest.

The tenant hospitality businesses served up delightful food, demonstrating why Northwharf is a great place to dine.

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