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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 - September 2012

The Falls approved

Minister for Planning Matthew Guy has continued his vision of inner-city high-rise living in Southbank by approving the proposed 71-storey residential tower, The Falls.

13 Aug 2012

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Huey finds a new home

TV chef Iain “Huey” Hewitson has found a home in Southbank. His studio has moved from its Docklands location to the renovated Southgate complex.

13 Aug 2012

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Northwharf details revealed

Northwharf developer Asset 1 WTC has revealed details of its proposed redevelopment of the heritage listed Shed 5 and crane.

13 Aug 2012

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Petition for schooling

The Two Schools Now action group has handed in a petition from locals who want schools in our area.

13 Aug 2012

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Who wants to be a councillor?

Are you passionate about local issues, but frustrated with your lack of voice within the community?

13 Aug 2012

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Price is right for Nancy and Clyde

Planning the trip of a lifetime across Canada and the USA, the last thing Nancy and Clyde Grinter wanted to worry about was not being able to sell their apartment in Freshwater Place.

13 Aug 2012

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Candidate moves in

Liberal candidate for Melbourne Ports Kevin Ekendahl knows he has an uphill battle to be elected in a seat that has been held by Labor since 1906, but he has a secret weapon coming into the next election - he is now a resident of Southbank.

13 Aug 2012

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Hamer Hall is open to all

Hamer Hall has finally reopened after a two-year, $135.8 million redevelopment.

13 Aug 2012

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Boyd gets artistic

As the new Boyd community centre settles into Southbank, the library, playgroup area and café are being well patronised.

13 Aug 2012

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Miss Fisher’s mystery learning at U3A

Her friends know Kristina Somerville-Lee as Southbank’s Miss Fisher, after the title character in the ABC television series ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’, but she prefers drawing and art to solving murder mysteries.

13 Aug 2012

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Southbank’s military link

It’s a five-hectare block of land that sits in Southbank yet, thanks to a high brick wall around the entire property, there is very little known about what goes on (and has gone on) inside Victoria Barracks.

13 Aug 2012

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MSO launch 2013 season

There are plenty of reasons to be smiling if you’re in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO). Not only has its main playing hall been reopened, last month it launched its 2013 season, with an impromptu performance for morning commuters.

13 Aug 2012

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A visit from Dame Edna’s friend

Southbank’s arts precinct is used to playing host to big name guests, but they don’t get any bigger than character-acting superstar Barry Humphries, who was in Melbourne for his Dame Edna farewell tour.

13 Aug 2012

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Facelift for Flinders St Station

It is an iconic Melbourne site, but the facade of Southbank’s major railway is set for a transformation.

13 Aug 2012

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Iconic buildings open their doors

Many iconic buildings across Melbourne opened their doors last month, for Open House Melbourne – a chance for people to really get to know the buildings that define their city.

13 Aug 2012

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Donor Sue’s blood is worth bottling

Sue Wheatley has been giving blood for the best part of 30 years, and last month reached a milestone at the Southbank donation centre, donating for the 300th time.

13 Aug 2012

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