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Residents' Association

The parking dilemma?
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Business in Southbank

Apartment living made easy
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Owners Corporation Law

Not all liability policies are created equal
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Federal Politics

Maintaining commercial ties with China
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We Live Here

Short-stays behind property price pain
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Southbanker

A jack of all arts
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History

ASBESTOS!!
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Skypad Living

Activating vertical villages
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Health and Wellbeing

Soups, salads, patience and supplements
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Councillor Profile

The making of a lord mayor
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Pets Corner

Rocket to the city
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Biased on school name
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Edition - February 2017

Government left red-faced on Ferrars St

The State Government has informed the City of Port Phillip that it won’t have the funds required to open the new Montague Park on Ferrars St by the beginning of 2018 as originally planned.

09 Feb 2017

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More Chinese New Year action

There is plenty of Chinese New Year action to come at Southbank.

09 Feb 2017

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The right person for the job

Former Lara Lake Primary School principal Noel Creece has been appointed to lead Victoria’s first vertical government primary school in Southbank.

09 Feb 2017

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An artistic unveiling

Developer Mirvac has officially opened 2 Riverside Quay two months ahead of schedule complete with an eye catching public art installation by local artist Britt Salt.

09 Feb 2017

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Thank you Colin

As one principal begins in Southbank, another has said farewell.

09 Feb 2017

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Councillor position saga to continue

Melbourne could be without an 11th and final city councillor for months, thanks to an attempt by the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) to overturn a decision made by a magistrate last year.

09 Feb 2017

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Fancy a boat ride?

Whiteman and Clarendon streets were the envy of the Yarra River in late December as one local took to the floodwaters in his inflatable kayak.

09 Feb 2017

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Boulevard in focus

The Yarra River Business Association will be briefed on the City of Melbourne’s project to transform Southbank Boulevard at its next member’s luncheon.

09 Feb 2017

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Apartment standards have been relaxed

Victoria’s new apartment standards to become law next month are significantly more relaxed than the draft that was circulated in the middle of last year.

09 Feb 2017

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Heritage protected

Montague precinct houses and shops are among some of the historical sites to be protected following changes to the City of Port Phillip’s planning scheme.

09 Feb 2017

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Empowering business

Southbank’s Holmesglen City Campus will play host to a summer skills series this month as part of the launch of its new professional workforce solutions (PWS) education program for businesses.

09 Feb 2017

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Marco Melbourne opens

The latest addition to Southbank’s skyline Marco Melbourne has been officially unveiled on Balston St.

09 Feb 2017

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Hall of secrets

The level of secrecy adopted by the City of Melbourne has been brought into sharp focus by recent inquiries about its approach to filling the 11th councillor vacancy.

09 Feb 2017

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Mass exodus by community staff

The City of Melbourne’s placemaking and engagement branch, which focuses on strengthening our local community, has recently been the subject of major staff losses.

09 Feb 2017

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And in fake news ...

Melbourne President Donald Doyle reveals his new 2017 look.

09 Feb 2017

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Local DJ a national hit

Southbank resident and music DJ Ahmet Atasever has been officially recognised as one of the country’s best in a highly regarded online music poll.

09 Feb 2017

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A look back at our suburb

President of the Australian Art Deco Society, Robin Grow, last month provided locals with an insightful look back in time at how our suburb once appeared in the early 20th century.

09 Feb 2017

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The sweetest Sugar yet

Sugar Mountain well and truly reinforced its reputation as one of Melbourne’s best music festivals following another phenomenal day of music and art on January 21.

09 Feb 2017

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A look into Cambodia

Photography Studies College (PSC) teacher Julie Wajs describes Cambodian people as some of the most beautiful she’s ever encountered.

09 Feb 2017

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Inspiring young voices

Indian theatre director Roysten Abel is returning to Melbourne on March 7 to bring audiences of Melbourne Recital Centre more magic from Manganiyar, India.

09 Feb 2017

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An exploration into the everyday

Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) returns in 2017 with the intriguing play ‘John’ - the latest highly acclaimed work from Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright Annie Baker.

09 Feb 2017

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Southbankers honoured

Both hailing from Queensland and both residents of The Melburnian – Paul Wheelton AM and Anne O’Donovan AO were both acknowledged on Australia Day for a lifetime of contribution to our country.

09 Feb 2017

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