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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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A jack of all arts
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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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The making of a lord mayor
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Rocket to the city
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Spring racing in Southbank
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Power Street – Southbank
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Biased on school name
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Edition - November 2014

Guy rules in favour of Southbank

Many have been left stunned by Planning Minister Matthew Guy’s shock decision to reject a 300-metre high-rise proposal at 447 Collins St in the CBD.

13 Nov 2014

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Dorcas tower

A planning application for 68-70 Dorcas St in Southbank has been submitted to the State Goverment for consideration.

13 Nov 2014

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MCEC to expand

The State Government has unveiled major plans for the proposed expansion of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

13 Nov 2014

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SummerSalt unleashed

Southbank’s new outdoor summer arts festival SummerSalt was officially launched at the Malthouse Theatre on October 27.

13 Nov 2014

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Planning key to Southbank vote

Up to 50 people gathered at the Boyd Community Hub on Tuesday October 8, to quiz candidates ahead of this month’s state election.

13 Nov 2014

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Boost for a cleaner Yarra

The Federal Government has announced that it will pitch in $1 million over four years towards efforts to help clean up the Yarra River.

13 Nov 2014

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Grand arts plan

The Coalition Government has pledged $1 million to the next major phase of the Arts Precinct Blueprint, if re-elected.

13 Nov 2014

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Residents pen their frustration

Nearly 200 residents from Southbank’s Clarendon Towers have signed a petition calling for the State Government to stop ignoring the community when making planning decisions.

13 Nov 2014

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Pele to visit Southbank

Widely touted as the greatest football player of all time, Brazilian football legend Pele (Edson Arantes do Nascimento), will appear at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre’s Plenary stage this month.

13 Nov 2014

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Legal implications for owners

A recent High Court decision could have implications for strata communities Australia-wide.

13 Nov 2014

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Plan your night out these holidays

Police are urging the public to take greater responsibility for themselves and others this festive season.

13 Nov 2014

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Creating social harmony through eating

Southbank resident and foodie Wayne Parry is aiming to bring Melbourne’s global community together, one country at a time.

13 Nov 2014

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Bargain hunters unite at Boyd

Up to 300 people converged on the Boyd Community Hub in Southbank on October 25 for the annual Garage Sale Trail.

13 Nov 2014

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Sugar Mountain comes to Southbank

Following a one-year hiatus from Melbourne’s music calendar, the Sugar Mountain Festival will return in 2015 to its brand new home in Southbank.

13 Nov 2014

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The Barracks mark 100 years of aviation

More than 200 people gathered at the ABC Southbank’s Iwaki Auditorium on Saturday, November 1 for a concert celebrating 100 years of military aviation in Australia.

13 Nov 2014

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Friday Nights at Jean Paul Gaultier

Tickets to the Friday night events cost $28 and are selling out fast. To see the full line up and have a look at what else is going on at NGV this month, go to www.ngv.vic.gov.au/jeanpaulgaultier

13 Nov 2014

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Chanelling Bach

December 3rd 2014 – Melbourne Recital Centre

13 Nov 2014

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Calpurnia Descending

Malthouse Theatre, 13-30th November

13 Nov 2014

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A passion for story telling

Born and raised in Germany’s polycentric, formerly industrial region of Ruhrgebiet, Photography Studies College teacher Katrin Koenning said she has always been interested in the idea of a story.

13 Nov 2014

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