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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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Letters

Biased on school name
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Edition - June 2017

Boyd to celebrate five wonderful years

Southbank’s civic heart the Boyd Community Hub has come a long way since opening to the community in July 2012.

06 Jun 2017

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Master plan imminent

The City of Melbourne will release its draft master plan on the future transformation of Southbank Boulevard and Dodds St for community engagement this month.

06 Jun 2017

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‘Give us a chance’: river committee

The Lower Yarra River Management Advisory Committee (LYRMAC) has asked locals to withhold judgement on its success until July next year.

06 Jun 2017

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Delay on Southgate floating landings

More than a year since former environment minister Lisa Neville announced it, Parks Victoria (PV) has achieved a “public consultation” stage for floating landings at Southgate.

06 Jun 2017

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Diversion for Wandin

Disqualified Melbourne councillor Brooke Wandin has escaped conviction on electoral fraud charges.

06 Jun 2017

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The conversation begins

Last month’s inaugural Montague Community Forum marked the beginning of an important discussion regarding the transitional development of the Montague Precinct.

06 Jun 2017

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Welcome feed on again

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Southbank event, the Welcome Dinner Project will return to the Boyd community Hub on June 29.

06 Jun 2017

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Local degrees on offer

In the ever-changing world of sports media and sport business, the need for flexibility and a wide-ranging skill set has never been more important.

06 Jun 2017

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Enrolments now open!

Expressions of interest for the 2018 school year at Southbank’s new vertical primary school on Ferrars St are now open to local families.

06 Jun 2017

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More than just a men’s shed

Tucked away in level one of the Federation Square car park is a community of volunteers dedicated to lending a hand.

06 Jun 2017

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Cutting local red tape

Did you know that the Boyd Community Hub hosts free Justice of the Peace (JP) sessions every Monday?

06 Jun 2017

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Shooter charged

Southbank came to a standstill last month following a shooting on Power St, which took place in the early hours of May 18.

06 Jun 2017

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Site up for sale

Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) is selling its Southbank headquarters on the corner of Southbank Blvd and Sturt St.

06 Jun 2017

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Good coffee good conscience

One of the Southbank community’s favourite meeting places changed hands last month, with the new House of Cards Espresso moving into the cafe at the Boyd Community Hub.

06 Jun 2017

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A landmark exhibition of inches

The Victorian College of the Arts’ (VCA) impact on Australia’s visual arts landscape will be put on display this month as part of a local exhibition at the University of Melbourne’s Margaret Lawrence Gallery on Dodds St.

06 Jun 2017

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St Kilda Rd Metro Tunnel disruption

Works on Southbank’s new local underground train station at the Domain Interchange will ramp up this month as part of the government’s $11 billion Metro Tunnel Project.

06 Jun 2017

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Like living sustainably?

The team at the Boyd Community Hub is calling on interested locals to join its regular Sustainability Group meet ups.

06 Jun 2017

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Taking audiences to another space

The Testing Grounds is set to transition into another world this month as the Centre for Projection Art presents the aptly titled “Another Space”.

06 Jun 2017

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Frisell lights up Jazz Festival

Legendary American jazz guitarist and composer Bill Frisell and his band got the 2017 Melbourne International Jazz Festival underway in magical fashion on June 2.

06 Jun 2017

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The songs of Annie Lennox

Acclaimed cabaret performer Michael Griffiths will be paying tribute to singer, songwriter Annie Lennox in his upcoming one-man show “Sweet Dreams”.

06 Jun 2017

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Macbeth from MTC

The Melbourne Theatre Company has brought Shakespeare’s Scottish-based play back to Melbourne with a star-studded cast.

06 Jun 2017

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At last! Whiteman ‘canal’ to be drained

The City of Melbourne is finally responding to years of major flooding issues on Whiteman St with drainage upgrade works starting this month.

05 Jun 2017

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The future of photography is in your hands…

A brand new course at Photography Studies College named Photo Imaging and Photography specialising in Social Media will revolutionise the way photography functions in an ever-changing media world.

05 Jun 2017

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A glance at Southbank’s new park

Southbank’s open space deficit is soon to be improved with a European-style public park included in the first stage of OSK Property’s Melbourne Square project on Kavanagh St.

05 Jun 2017

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