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Season’s Harvest at The Langham
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Owners Corporation Law

OC chair wins $120k defamation payout
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Montague – an agreeable neighbourhood?
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Anzac Station construction update
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Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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Bill defects need to be fixed
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Fishermans Bend: the first quarter 2019
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We are leaving an intergenerational time bomb for our children
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Daring robbery at City Rd
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Winter vehicle and driving safety
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Yarra River Business Association

A constantly changing market
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Southbank Sustainability Group

A community that gets involved
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High-density cycling
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Pablo is learning to be an inside dog
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Spring racing in Southbank
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Power Street – Southbank
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Taxi chaos
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Welsh Choir comes to Southbank

Welsh Choir comes to Southbank Image

The Melbourne Welsh Male Choir will mark the winter solstice on Saturday, June 22 by teaming up with Silvie Paladino and Roy Best in a concert at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

The choir’s musical director David Ashton-Smith OAM said that winter solstice was traditionally associated with ceremonies celebrating regeneration, renewal and the rebirth of the sun.

“But you don’t have to go to Stonehenge to mark this natural phenomenon. Just join us at the Recital Centre for an afternoon of uplifting music that offers hope and joy. Songs such as You Raise Me Up do raise us up. Music keeps the choir young; it keeps us all young,” he said.

 Mr Ashton-Smith said that the choir was delighted to be returning to the Recital Centre.

 “The Recital Centre is one of...

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Local author inspired by Southbank

Author Margaret Robson Kett moved into her high-rise apartment on Queensbridge Street in 2012.
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We can be heroes

Love doesn’t have a chance in the abstract halls of New York where disenchanted beings try and enthrall each other with their wayward tales.
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Timber proves a stumbling block

Developers are opting against “affordable and sustainable” timber frames in new buildings because of inflexible planning rules, a new report claims.
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Southbank Rotary turns 20

Southbank Rotary Club celebrated its 20th birthday last month with a dinner function at Eureka Tower.
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Wrecking ball development plans scrapped

A 2011-approved Southbank development well out of accordance with current planning controls has had its plans revised to save a piece of heritage from demolition and wind back its impact on Boyd Park.
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Brothel turned tower

Local developer Crema Group has launched its new 18-storey mixed-use development on the site of a former brothel in the Domain Precinct.
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