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That’s awesome!
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Electric vehicle charging and the rise of the machines
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At last, a Fishermans Bend Framework!
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Building Anzac Station
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Liberals and Nationals ship sheep
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Cladding – remove now, pay later?
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Walking for a purpose
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We are leaving an intergenerational time bomb for our children
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From corporate office to high-end living
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Stifle the opportunity
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Sustainability talks and Boyd Park
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Positive psychology for increased wellbeing
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Luv thy NABERS (for apartments)
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Enter the “Shiba Zone”
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Spring racing in Southbank
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Power Street – Southbank
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The cost of cladding
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Edition - January 2013

Council reviews planning process

While the Freshwater Place residents who protested against the approved Queensbridge Tower at 1-15 Queensbridge Street have lost their battle, they have gone some way to changing the rules for future concerned residents.

15 Jan 2013

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Big crowds behave well and celebrate new year

Southbank may not have had its own live-site to view the New Years Eve spectacular, but it was certainly involved, with many of our buildings being utilised in the fireworks display.

15 Jan 2013

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Waterfront committee formed

Following the success of the inaugural Melbourne Waterfront Forum last October, a new Waterfront Connections Committee was formed last month and is being chaired by Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) president John Ahern.

15 Jan 2013

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Paparazzi dogs on show_1515

It seems the photographic journalists at “Southbank Local News” might have to watch their backs as there is a new breed of snappers in town.

15 Jan 2013

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Boyd meeting rooms comes at a cost

The Boyd library community meeting rooms now come at a cost to those wanting to use them. The City of Melbourne started charging for use of the principal’s office and assembly hall at the start of this year.

15 Jan 2013

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Man arrested after burnout, crashes and assault

A 19-year-old man was arrested by police after a string of incidents in Southbank during January.

15 Jan 2013

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The perfect way to start the day

Struggled to get out of bed this morning? The solution may be closer than you’d expect.

14 Jan 2013

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Australia Day festivities

There will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate Australia day in Southbank this year.

14 Jan 2013

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Moomba line-up set to rock

With the Moomba parade permanently moving to St Kilda Rd the excitement is building for Southbank locals, after the music line-up was announced for the famous festival last month.

14 Jan 2013

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Blanket celebrations

300 Blankets held its Christmas and new year party at Queensbridge Square in December, as the charity celebrated a year of hard work.

14 Jan 2013

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Land ahoy! Water taxis set to activate river sites

After years of longing for a water taxi service for the Yarra River, WTC Wharf has answered the call, launching the WTC Water Taxi service late last year.

14 Jan 2013

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Southbank set for White Night

Melbourne is upping the ante as the major events capital with the launch of the first ever White Night Melbourne, an all-night celebration that will open the city up to visitors between 7pm and 7am on February 23 and 24.

14 Jan 2013

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The party continues

You may have thought all the new year celebrations were done and dusted for another 12 months but Southbank gets a second chance to party on, with huge events planned for Chinese New Year, over the weekend February 8 to 10.

14 Jan 2013

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Open season

The Australia Open tennis tournament is just down the road and as a consequence plenty of the competitors have spent time in Southbank over the last couple of weeks.

14 Jan 2013

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Music lessons land in Southbank

“Music is important in the lives of people of all ages.” This is the mantra that Lauris Hing hoped would carry her music lessons, Moving Into Music (MIM) forward into the new year.

14 Jan 2013

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New Beginnings

A new year, new shows and, most significantly, a new boss are ensuring there’s never a dull moment for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) in 2013.

14 Jan 2013

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ARTS TRUST’S NEW PRESIDENT

Tom Harley has been installed at the new president of the Victorian Arts Centre Trust, the organisation charged with overseeing The Arts Centre.

14 Jan 2013

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SIGNAL’S SPECTACULAR SHOW

Signal 37 is back with a program of workshops already underway and the promise of a free showcase coming up on January 26.

14 Jan 2013

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