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Residents' Association

Congratulations Martin Foley!
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Business in Southbank

A Wellness Campus for Southbank
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St Johns Southgate

Baubles and bollards
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Owners Corporation Law

Happy with your OC manager? Most are
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Montague Community Alliance

It really is the season to be festive!
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Metro Tunnel

New cadets start their journey
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Federal Politics

Stand together against Jihadist terror
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We Live Here

Now Labor can work with residents
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Southbanker

Spreading the word from the heartland
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Housing

We are leaving an intergenerational time bomb for our children
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History

Workhorses of industry in Southbank
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Safety and Security

Merry Christmas from Southbank Police
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Yarra River Business Association

Reflecting on the past 20 years
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Health and Wellbeing

Authenticity: what does it really mean and how do I get more of it?
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Skypad Living

Luv thy NABERS (for apartments)
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Tram shame
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Edition - November 2018

Colonial Tramcar conspiracy fear

Yarra Trams' decision to force Colonial Tramcar restaurants off the tracks due to safety concerns last month has led to growing suggestions that it could be tied up with potential plans to open a new tram route to Fishermans Bend.

06 Nov 2018

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Guy to scrap C270

An elected Liberal State Government would do away with the current Labor Government’s C270 planning controls for the CBD and Southbank, according to its leader Matthew Guy.

06 Nov 2018

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Inspectorate raps Doyle candidates

Councillors and candidates who ran on the ticket of former lord mayor Robert Doyle have been reprimanded by the Local Government Inspectorate over how they declared their campaign donations.

06 Nov 2018

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Southbank and Montague vote

Candidates from the three major parties put forward their visions for the local area at the Southbank and Montague Meet the Candidates night at the Boyd Community Hub on October 30.

06 Nov 2018

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As local as it gets

The Liberal Party’s new candidate for the federal seat of Macnamara Kate Ashmor knows our local area as well as anyone.

06 Nov 2018

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Here we go again

Members of the Save Dodds Street group fear the worst after a for sale sign appeared at 151 Sturt St this month, offering a “landmark development opportunity”.

06 Nov 2018

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Giving even more

Ray White Southbank and the Rotary Club of Southbank are continuing their popular tradition of providing presents to those less fortunate this Christmas.

06 Nov 2018

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Flood chaos

A heavy three-hour thunderstorm on Melbourne Cup Day resulted in one of the worst flash floods Southbank has seen.

06 Nov 2018

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A safer St Kilda Rd

New bike lanes separating drivers and cyclists will be installed on St Kilda Rd under a re-elected Andrews Labor Government.

06 Nov 2018

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English Plus launched

Holmesglen’s City Campus in Southbank will grow the international student experience through the introduction of English Plus this month.

06 Nov 2018

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Kirrip Park is here!

The Montague Precinct’s beautiful new park is now open to the community.

06 Nov 2018

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A booming Bend

A report by infrastructure firm AECOM has made a number of recommendations that it says could help secure up to $12 billion of economic benefit in Fishermans Bend by 2030.

06 Nov 2018

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Yarra to be dredged

The state government has announced $4.6 million to dredge the lower Yarra River in an effort to improve commercial and recreational access.

06 Nov 2018

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Local wins Minister’s Award

Southbank resident Emelia Young recently won the Minister’s Award for Outstanding Leadership at the 2018 Victorian Disability Awards.

06 Nov 2018

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Activating our Yarra

As our city’s business and retail landscape rapidly evolves, the role of precinct associations has never been more important.

06 Nov 2018

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Boyd block comes down

Many locals will have rejoiced at the sight of the old classroom block behind Boyd being demolished last month.

06 Nov 2018

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Upbeat Arts

A new community choir, which aims to engage, educate and empower, launched at the Boyd Community Hub last month.

06 Nov 2018

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Minister previews conservatorium

Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley was given a sneak peek at The University of Melbourne’s new arts centre on October 15.

06 Nov 2018

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Be a part of the Korean wave!

The Melbourne Korea Week Festival will be back for its fifth year in a two-day long event at Queensbridge Square on November 10 and 11.

06 Nov 2018

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Celebrating Asian arts

In the first 16 days of December and in 14 venues, “Mapping Melbourne” will be serving as a platform for over 100 established and emerging artists from Australia and Asia.

06 Nov 2018

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The future of now and yesterday

Chunky Move invites audiences to become immersed in the surrealist worlds of two distinctive pieces presented through contemporary dance.

06 Nov 2018

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The legacy of stolen Picasso

When NGV bought Picasso’s “Weeping Woman” in 1986, director Patrick McCaughey stood in front of it and proclaimed that it would “haunt” Melbourne for the next 100 years.

06 Nov 2018

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Same but different

The Garden of Forking Paths is the first in an annual series of international exhibitions held at Buxton Contemporary.

06 Nov 2018

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Evolved over the years

The titles of artworks are clues to their reading. What does a name like “Hazard” really mean?

06 Nov 2018

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A (wo)man’s world

Heather Felix is on a one-woman mission to change the way in which we see women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, otherwise known as the “STEM” fields.

06 Nov 2018

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Panda Bear

Performing in Australia for the first time ever, Panda Bear aka Noah Lennox, will bring his revered bedroom pop sounds to the Melbourne Recital Centre on December 13.

06 Nov 2018

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An attractive move South

Complete with a brand new vertical primary school and community park, the Montague Precinct is starting to attract more local families like the Colemans.

06 Nov 2018

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