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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 - November 2017

Fishermans Bend vision revealed

Sustainable integrated transport and tougher planning controls are at the heart of the State Government’s latest framework for Southbank’s future neighbour Fishermans Bend.

09 Nov 2017

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Were they conflicted?

The spectre of councillor conflict reappeared at the Future Melbourne Committee in October.

09 Nov 2017

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Sunday Streets

The Boyd Community Hub will host a Sunday Streets event in Kavanagh Street for local residents on November 12.

09 Nov 2017

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Joe Bagnara honoured

Former Southbank Residents’ Group (SRG) president Joe Bagnara was honoured with a lifetime membership at the AGM.

09 Nov 2017

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Lord Mayor supports Southbank Primary

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and councillors have thrown their support behind the Southbank Residents’ Association’s (SRA) campaign to name the new primary school on Ferrars St Southbank Primary School.

09 Nov 2017

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Councils act on oBikes

The Cities of Melbourne, Yarra and Port Phillip have signed an agreement with bike share company oBike to regulate the clutter of dockless bikes scattered around Melbourne.

09 Nov 2017

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Positive Living in Southbank

Did you know that the head office of Living Positive Victoria, a not-for-profit organisation focused on helping improve the lives of Victorians living with HIV/AIDS, is based in here in Southbank?

09 Nov 2017

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Community given say on Kinder name

Port Phillip Council has invited the public to help name the new kindergarten on Ferrars St, Southbank.

09 Nov 2017

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Holmesglen welcomes Amnesty International

Holmesglen welcomed noted barrister Julian Burnside for the latest Amnesty International Human Rights Conference on October 19.

09 Nov 2017

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A Fishermans first

Gravity Tower is the first high-rise residential tower to be completed in the Fishermans Bend Urban Renewal Area.

09 Nov 2017

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The Golden Fleece has stood the test of time

The Golden Fleece Hotel is one of the few original buildings remaining in Montague and has seen many changes during its 145-year history.

09 Nov 2017

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A Montague shaping proposal

Property developer GURNER has submitted a $1.5 billion mixed-use scheme for a prominent Montague precinct site.

09 Nov 2017

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New approval for sale

Just four months after receiving approval from Planning Minister Richard Wynne, a 51-story development on Moray St has been put up for sale.

09 Nov 2017

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Open door policy on pets

The recent tenancy reforms mean that people will be allowed to rent homes and apartments with their pets.

09 Nov 2017

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A novel community idea

Southbank residents Bridget and Shane Fernando have recently set up business Frankie Walter Peta – a share library and cafe at Freshwater Place with the intention of building community.

09 Nov 2017

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STEMM women

One Roof is inviting locals to an event this month, which celebrates and supports women working in science, technology, entrepreneurship, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).

09 Nov 2017

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Blockchain finds new home

Digital asset giant Blockchain’s continuous rise on global markets has been further illustrated locally, as it relocated its Melbourne Blockchain Centre to a larger headquarters on City Rd last month.

09 Nov 2017

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Buyers are here to stay

Southbank’s premiere development project Melbourne Square is attracting a strong response from owner-occupiers wanting to settle.

09 Nov 2017

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Council wants a cap on local pokies

The City of Melbourne has resolved to lobby the State Government to apply a cap on the number of poker machines in Southbank, Docklands and the CBD.

09 Nov 2017

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Redshift

James Batchelor, one of Australia’s rising stars of the contemporary dance scene, has undergone more challenges than most dancers would even consider in drawing inspiration for his new performance, REDSHIFT.

09 Nov 2017

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Sugar Mountain takes over the Arts Precinct!

Southbank’s very own music and arts festival Sugar Mountain will move into the Arts Precinct when it returns to the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) on January 20.

09 Nov 2017

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Visual experimentation

Final year Photography Studies College (PSC) commercial major James Thorn said his creative approach to photography was one driven by experimentation.

09 Nov 2017

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Band of Brothers

Two pairs of critically acclaimed brothers come together for a special return performance from Band of Brothers at the Melbourne Recital Centre this month.

09 Nov 2017

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The Testament of Mary

In her highly anticipated return to the Malthouse Theatre, Pamela Rabe gives a voice to one of the world’s greatest and most silenced icons in ‘The Testament of Mary’ running until November 26.

09 Nov 2017

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Push for an historic proposal

Federal Senator Derryn Hinch and the Southbank Residents’ Association (SRA) have called on the Federal and State Governments to support a proposal that would breathe life back into the historic Repatriation Clinic on St Kilda Rd.

09 Nov 2017

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“An unmitigated disaster”

Member for Albert Park Martin Foley has provided an honest assessment of his government’s decision this year to grant Crown an approval for its controversial Queensbridge Tower proposal.

09 Nov 2017

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