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Residents' Association

Giving credit where it is due
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Business in Southbank

A passion for good food
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Owners Corporation Law

Check the balcony and terrace rules first
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Montague Community Alliance

Life’s too short to be a sceptic …
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Federal Politics

Marriage equality – Let’s get it done
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We Live Here

Media campaign reaches 1 million Victorians
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Southbanker

A supportive Southbanker
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Yarra River Business Association

Looking for the reset button for river businesses
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Skypad Living

Urban forests in a concrete jungle
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Health and Wellbeing

More than just a body transformation
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Councillor Profile

The making of a lord mayor
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Pets Corner

Southbank’s own Jack Sparrow
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Edition - May 2016

Boyd ultimatum

Southbank will soon know whether Mackie will still be the developer responsible for providing it with a new park at the Boyd Community Hub.

05 May 2016

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No independent authority, just yet

Despite receiving a $2 million boost for new floating berths at Southgate Wharf, Southbank’s wait for the establishment of an independent waterways authority continues.

05 May 2016

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Crime wave strikes IGA

The IGA supermarket on Sturt St, Southbank was the victim of a spate of crimes over recent months.

05 May 2016

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A major milestone for Riverside Quay

In what Lord Mayor Robert Doyle described as a future “icon of Melbourne”, Southbank’s new flagship commercial tower at 2 Riverside Quay officially topped off last month.

05 May 2016

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Fair and equitable would be fine

Pictured is the City of Melbourne’s “corporate ad”.

05 May 2016

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A Southbank luminary

When our country’s tallest residential skyscraper Australia 108 tops out in 2019 across the road from Melbourne’s biggest existing beacon Eureka Tower, Karl Fender says it will create the gateway to our city.

05 May 2016

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New rules, new era

The days of overdevelopment in Southbank as we know it are over, after Minister for Planning Richard Wynne announced a major overhaul to planning controls in the central city.

05 May 2016

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Turnbull slammed on NBN

With a federal election looming, the NBN is set to be a contentious issue that Southbank voters will want answers to.

05 May 2016

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Meet Owen Guest

While the Labor Party has held a stronghold on Melbourne Ports since 1906, new Liberal candidate Owen Guest said he’s ready to take the challenge up to sitting member Michael Danby.

05 May 2016

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Council takes a lead

In an effort to kick-start action at all levels of politics, the City of Melbourne (CoM) has taken a voluntary lead on reforming laws surrounding the disclosure of electoral donations.

05 May 2016

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Education funding boost

Local education received a boost in the State Budget last month, with more than $50 million announced to help deliver two new primary schools in the local area by 2018.

05 May 2016

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Passing the buck on short-stay issue

Residents seeking relief from sharing their apartment buildings with short-term tenants will be disappointed that Consumer Affairs Minister Jane Garrett appears ready to divest herself of the problem.

05 May 2016

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Richard Wynne – Yarra River custodian

Planning Minister Richard Wynne is a friend of the Yarra River.

05 May 2016

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Trivia night a huge success

In what was an overwhelming success, 61 local residents packed out the Boyd Community Hub on Wednesday, April 6 for the inaugural Southbank Community Trivia Night.

05 May 2016

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South Wharf to host malaria congress

The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) will hold an inaugural congress in a bid to jumpstart the global fight against malaria.

05 May 2016

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Loop facelift underway

Work has begun to transform the unused Power St Loop site next to the Domain Tunnel entrance near Sturt St.

05 May 2016

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LUCID to open at Chunky Move

L U C I D, a dance performance by Dutch choreographer Anouk van Dijk, is set to open at Chunky Move running from May 26 until June 12.

05 May 2016

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Jazz cats skip into Southbank

The Melbourne International Jazz Festival will bop, skip and bounce into Southbank running from June 3-12.

05 May 2016

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Opera Australia celebrates 60th anniversary with La Bohème

Opera Australia will be running 10 shows of Giacomo Puccini’s ‘La Bohème’ at the State Theatre to celebrate its 60th birthday.

05 May 2016

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Rising sea-levels could see Southbank underwater

Parts of Southbank could be underwater by 2100 according to new climate change modelling released last month.

05 May 2016

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Capturing the moment

A yearning for creative exploration drove final year, and now award-winning Photography Studies College (PSC) student Robert Palmer, to pursue further study.

02 May 2016

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