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Residents' Association

Congratulations Martin Foley!
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Business in Southbank

A Wellness Campus for Southbank
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St Johns Southgate

Baubles and bollards
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Owners Corporation Law

Happy with your OC manager? Most are
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Montague Community Alliance

It really is the season to be festive!
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Metro Tunnel

New cadets start their journey
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Federal Politics

Stand together against Jihadist terror
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We Live Here

Now Labor can work with residents
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Southbanker

Spreading the word from the heartland
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Housing

We are leaving an intergenerational time bomb for our children
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History

Workhorses of industry in Southbank
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Safety and Security

Merry Christmas from Southbank Police
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Yarra River Business Association

Reflecting on the past 20 years
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Health and Wellbeing

Authenticity: what does it really mean and how do I get more of it?
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Skypad Living

Luv thy NABERS (for apartments)
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Tram shame
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Edition - May 2018

Greens candidate imminent

The Greens are due to announce their candidate for the state seat of Albert Park this month.

08 May 2018

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Political games an “insult” to veterans

An ongoing game of political football over who should take responsibility for the former repatriation clinic at 310 St Kilda Rd continues to anger the veteran community.

08 May 2018

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Claims of ill-health protect Doyle

By claiming ill-health, Robert Doyle looks like walking away from allegations of sexual assault and misconduct with a damaged reputation, but with no formal legal finding against him.

08 May 2018

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The residents celebrate 20 years!

The Southbank Residents’ Association (formerly Southbank Residents’ Group) has come a long way since its establishment in 1998.

08 May 2018

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“Fined for working”

Around 20 employees from businesses in Fishermans Bend staged a protest at the City of Port Phillip’s April 18 council meeting in response to proposed changes to car parking in the area.

08 May 2018

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Locking out boxes

The City of Melbourne is playing an active role in removing illegal lock-boxes from public infrastructure, which are used to carry keys for short-stay apartments.

08 May 2018

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What’s in the budget?

The State Government’s 2018/19 State Budget delivered some benefits for the Southbank community, predominantly around arts, planning and education.

08 May 2018

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Good behaviour bond for Richard Foster

Former Melbourne councillor Richard Foster has received a good behaviour bond for his role in Brooke Wandin’s unlawful candidate nomination in the 2016 council elections.

08 May 2018

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High school around the bend

Local education has received another boost in the state government’s latest budget, with the inclusion of $3.8 million to start planning for a high school in Fishermans Bend.

08 May 2018

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Cladding checks funded in the budget

$25 million in the Victorian Budget 2018/19 will be given to authorities in a bid to tackle combustible cladding found on 1400 buildings across the state.

08 May 2018

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Global hunt for BMW site

The biggest names in architecture are being pitted against each other to work with Malaysian-backed developer Beulah International on a project valued at more than $2 billion.

08 May 2018

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Solar Southbank

Southbank could potentially be exclusively powered by solar energy according to the Australian PV Institute (APVI).

08 May 2018

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Relationship declaration register thing of the past

The City of Melbourne has ceased its first-of-its-kind relationship declaration register following the legalisation of same sex marriage.

08 May 2018

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Attracting community

In addition to its range of public amenities, the new development at Melbourne Square is incorporating a new style of verdant apartments that connect residents to the community.

08 May 2018

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Inspiring performing arts

Students will converge on Southbank’s Arts Precinct to learn about what it takes to succeed in the entertainment industry.

08 May 2018

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Jazz Festival returns to Southbank

The 2018 Melbourne International Jazz Festival (MIJF) returns to Southbank in June, celebrating a multitude of styles and influences from classic to funk, soul, hip-hop and electronica.

08 May 2018

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Next Wave Festival

A new era of Australian art is being celebrated this month at the 34th annual Next Wave Festival, the culmination of 31 arts productions premiering in venues across Southbank.

08 May 2018

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Mick Harvey celebrates Serge Gainsbourg

Iconic musician Mick Harvey is giving the work of Serge Gainsbourg a new lease on life in celebration of his 90th birthday at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

08 May 2018

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Bold, simple shapes say it all

Cool, hard edge abstraction is on show across Melbourne as six galleries respond to the re-enactment of a famous 1968 exhibition at the NGV, known as The Field.

08 May 2018

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Conceptual photographer wins coveted award

Photography Studies College (PSC) student, Agata Mayes uses surreal images to explore intricate human emotions.

08 May 2018

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An unwinnable competition

The state government’s integrity has again been called to question over its handling of its Metro Tunnel “station naming competition."

07 May 2018

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Southbank meets the candidates

A full house of residents and business owners attended the Boyd Community Hub on April 26 to hear the visions of those vying to become lord mayor.

07 May 2018

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“Eyewatch” launched

Southbank Police Station commander Snr Sgt Steve Bills has appeared in an online video to help launch Victoria Police’s new “Eyewatch” Facebook page for the City of Melbourne.

07 May 2018

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