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Being rather than doing
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Breaking up is hard to do
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Coffee meets culture
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In memory of Prince Henry’s
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Looking for the reset button for river businesses
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Sharing and taking in vertical villages
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Getting back to basics
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The making of a lord mayor
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A tremendous trio
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Edition - April 2013

Action needed amid flood concerns

Much of Southbank could be flooded today and action is needed to avoid more severe threats in the future, according to a report released to the public last month.

16 Apr 2013

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In a Twitter over planning

The planning debate continued to simmer and leapt into the 21st century last month, when a war of words broke out on Twitter between Southbank Residents Group (SRG) and Planning Minister, Matthew Guy.

16 Apr 2013

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Bike lane to be increased

The plan to double the bike lane width on St Kilda Rd and over the Princes Bridge has had a boost, with support given from VicRoads.

16 Apr 2013

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Lights shine on us

The Yarra River is set to become the middle of the city, at least after dark, according to a draft City of Melbourne lighting report, released last month.

16 Apr 2013

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OMG! Totes time for young peeps to shine

If you felt like the young’uns had taken over last month it was because National Youth Week was launched at Southbank, with fanfare and excitement from a group of young Australians.

16 Apr 2013

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Comedy duo drop by

Boyd Community Centre had a couple of surprise guests last month, when radio and television superstars Hamish and Andy dropped by for a game of one-on-one basketball.

16 Apr 2013

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Soup to help food charities

Southbank locals were treated to gourmet soup at bargain prices last month, when Feed Melbourne trucks rolled into Queensbridge Square to feed the hungry masses.

16 Apr 2013

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Council promises transparency

City of Melbourne has vowed to become a more accessible, transparent and responsive organisation in its four-year plan.

16 Apr 2013

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Walk to raise autism awareness

Thousands descended into Southbank last month for a walk and carnival to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as part of World Autism Awareness Day.

16 Apr 2013

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It’s hip in the square

The First Friday Dance Club went modern last month as unique brands of hip-hop dancing were taught to an enthusiastic crowd.

16 Apr 2013

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Southbank underworld case reopened

Police have recently launched a fresh probe into the 1971 disappearance of Melbourne waterfront victim Alfred “The Ferret” Nelson.

16 Apr 2013

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Sake for sake’s sake

Southbank’s Japanese restaurant Wagamama put a different spin on the standard wine-tasting course last month, holding a sake master class.

16 Apr 2013

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Rotary calls on friends for a hand

Southbank Rotary and friends joined forces last month to kick off the “Rotary and Friends” program, a nation-wide initiative, with a working bee held at Westgate Park, under the shadows of the Westgate Bridge.

16 Apr 2013

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Meeting right in Southbank

A meeting of high-powered political and business figures converged on Southbank last month, for a dinner to celebrate the 70th anniversary of right-wing think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs.

16 Apr 2013

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Buoyed by community response

The first ever Buoyed @ Boyd community event was held last month at, you guessed it, Boyd Community Hub.

16 Apr 2013

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Residents join forces at forum

Southbank Residents Group (SRG) came together with the Docklands Community Association and the Eastenders last month for a community forum about the Metropolitan Planning Strategy.

16 Apr 2013

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NEON SET TO INSPIRE SOUTHBANK

Melbourne Theatre Company is excited to launch the NEON Festival of Independent Theatre, celebrating the finest of Southbank’s and Melbourne’s inspiring independent arts community.

16 Apr 2013

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SIR ANDREW DAVIS TAKES THE STAGE

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) will welcome Sir Andrew Davis as its Chief Conductor this month with two exhilarating concerts at the new Hamer Hall in Southbank.

16 Apr 2013

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INDIAN FILM LEGEND TO APPEAR AT FESTIVAL

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne has confirmed the attendance of India’s most celebrated movie star, Amitabh Bachchan, who has been announced as the special guest of the festival.

16 Apr 2013

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DANCE TROUP LAUNCH EXHIBITION

A Torres Strait art exhibition was given a boost last month, with the appearance of the Badu Island Zugubal Traditional Dancers.

16 Apr 2013

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MSO AND MRC COME TOGETHER FOR SPECTACULAR

Two of Southbank major institutions joined forces last month, when the Melbounre Symphony Orchestra (MSO) and the Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) came together to create Metropolis.

15 Apr 2013

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