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Being rather than doing
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Breaking up is hard to do
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Short-stays: Let owners decide
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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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Health and Wellbeing

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 - August 2016

Residents unite to stop high-rise

Locals from Southbank’s low-rise community are voicing their outrage over a proposal to build a 21-storey tower at 135 Sturt St.

11 Aug 2016

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Landmark Supreme Court short-stay decision

A landmark Supreme Court decision has paved the way for short-stay accommodation across the state.

11 Aug 2016

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Sod turned on our school

Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Education James Merlino helped turn the sod on Southbank’s future vertical school at Ferrars St on August 8.

11 Aug 2016

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Apartment theft

Southbank police have released images of two people following the theft of a mobile phone at Southbank on July 5.

11 Aug 2016

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Meet the voices of Montague

Montague Community Alliance founders Patricia Avery and Gary Willis have been part of the driving force behind seeking proper planning for the Fishermans Bend urban renewal precinct.

11 Aug 2016

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Danby clinches Melbourne Ports

Michael Danby has again retained his seat for Melbourne Ports this election, despite a 2.18 per cent swing towards the Liberal Party and a 3.62 per cent gain by the Greens.

11 Aug 2016

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Council opposes Southbank proposals

The City of Port Phillip resolved to oppose two Southbank planning applications for high-rise towers last month.

11 Aug 2016

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Supporting women under One Roof

You might have noticed that there is a fresh new look to what was formerly a redundant office space at 77 City Rd.

11 Aug 2016

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MCEC delivers economic boost

For the fourth consecutive year, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre’s (MCEC) end of financial year figures have exceeded expectations and delivered a major boost to the Victorian economy.

11 Aug 2016

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Help shape your gardens

During August, the team at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (RBGV) is calling on the local community to come and share its ideas on how to improve one of the city’s greatest natural assets.

11 Aug 2016

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Office building to double in size

A proposal to add 10-storeys to an existing office building on the corner of Southbank Boulevard and City Rd was endorsed by City of Melbourne councillors last month.

11 Aug 2016

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Southbank a main Pokemon attraction

Pokemon Go enthusiasts are flocking to Southbank from suburbs as far as Pakenham to catch the virtual monsters.

11 Aug 2016

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Sculptural dance

New artist-in-residence at the Boyd Community Hub Deanne Butterworth says she is focused on dance, public sculptures and space.

11 Aug 2016

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Love-locks become works of art

Couples who fixed a padlock along Evan Walker Bridge some years ago as a tribute to their love can rest assured that, since removed, the locks are being transformed into extraordinary art.

11 Aug 2016

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High-rise heaven

A Singaporean architecture practice has released its competition entry for the approved redevelopment of Kavanagh Park.

11 Aug 2016

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Parks boss addresses businesses

Parks Victoria’s new CEO Bradley Fauteux provided an optimistic outlook for local businesses and the waterways at last month’s Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) luncheon on Friday, July 15.

11 Aug 2016

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Hotel opens on City Rd

Oaks Hotels and Resorts helped celebrate the grand opening of the 37-storey Opus Tower on City Rd last month.

11 Aug 2016

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Industrial action at council looming

City of Melbourne (CoM) employees are gearing up for industrial action following the breakdown in enterprise agreement negotiations.

11 Aug 2016

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Community group recasts vision

The South Port Urban Responsible Renewal (SPURR) group has urged the State Government to include public consultation, governance and funding principles in its recast vision for Fishermans Bend.

11 Aug 2016

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Hidden Faces returns

The popular Hidden Faces Exhibition has returned to the Hilton South Wharf lobby to showcase an encapsulating display of portraits by Victorian artists.

11 Aug 2016

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August jazz at the Salon

For her upcoming debut, critically acclaimed jazz singer Sarah McKenzie plans to captivate her audience with her unique twist on music from the timeless Great American Songbook.

11 Aug 2016

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Show time at the NGV

“Friday Nights at NGV” is in full swing at Southbank and there’s plenty of action yet to see.

11 Aug 2016

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Connecting with people

As the Photography Studies College (PSC) prepares for its open day on August 14, it has no greater ambassador for aspiring photographers than teacher Craig Wetjen.

11 Aug 2016

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Future secured for music comps

Australia’s most prestigious chamber music competitions are set for an exciting future, backed by a new consortium of leading music organisations and the State Government.

11 Aug 2016

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The fence comes down on Boyd!

While it continues to deliberate on what it will do with the redundant site, the City of Melbourne has taken the fence down at Boyd to create a temporary park.

11 Aug 2016

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