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Business in Southbank

Hockingstuart becomes Belle Poperty
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Owners Corporation Law

VCAT rules termination payment was unlawful
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Montague Community Alliance

Does that make me crazy?
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8月推出一个全新节日
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Metro Tunnel

Tunnel on the move
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Federal Politics

Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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We Live Here

More short-stay abuse - with no recourse for residents
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Southbanker

One snotty Southbanker!
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Port Places

Fishermans Bend: the first quarter 2019
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Housing

We are leaving an intergenerational time bomb for our children
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History

Pandemic in Southbank
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Yarra River Business Association

Throwing support behind our new winter festival
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Southbank Sustainability Group

Action and positive momentum
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Health and Wellbeing

Post-traumatic growth - bouncing forward after difficulty
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Skypad Living

Vertical villages - an owners’ corporation manager’s view
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Pets Corner

A pet-friendly place
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Boulevard of broken dreams
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Edition - April 2012

Marvellous Moomba’s big move

Moomba made a triumphant return to Melbourne this year and the parade was brilliantly attended along its temporary route on St Kilda Road.

20 Mar 2012

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Politicians meet residents

Legislative Council members Angela Coote and Georgie Crozier met with furious Freshwater Place residents this month, to discuss their angst towards the proposed Queensbridge tower.

20 Mar 2012

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City living available to all

The former J.H. Boyd Girls’ School site’s future became clearer last month, as a new disabled-friendly residential development was announced.

20 Mar 2012

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Festival will have us laughing

Southbank may be starting to feel festival-fatigue.

20 Mar 2012

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St Patrick’s day celebrations

They say it’s not easy being green, but it sure looked fun this month as a huge crowd gathered to celebrate St Patricks Day at Southbank’s own Irish pub, PJ O’Briens.

20 Mar 2012

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Food and wine festival overcomes soggy start

The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival’s riverside opening weekend didn’t go exactly to plan, but organisers are still very buoyant about the results.

20 Mar 2012

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VCA to celebrate 40th birthday

The Victorian College of the Arts is about to celebrate a milestone, with a street party to be held for its 40th anniversary on March 23.

20 Mar 2012

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Students break the mold

It’s well documented that Southbank has a big student population, but that doesn’t necessarily tell you much about our age demographic.

20 Mar 2012

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MCEC takes home award

The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) won its second consecutive In-house AV Services award during March, at the Victorian Meetings and Events Australia Awards which was, coincidently, held at the MCEC.

20 Mar 2012

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Southbank open for holidays

Southbank will be a Mecca for kids in the Easter school holidays with the City of Melbourne announcing a number of activities available.

20 Mar 2012

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City wants more open space

The City of Melbourne is planning to raise more money from developers to pay for open space.

20 Mar 2012

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Transport strategy needs your say

The City of Melbourne has released a transport strategy draft for 2012-30 for public comment, giving all stakeholders, residents and visitors the chance to have their say on the future.

20 Mar 2012

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City-zone to get bigger

Planning Minister Matthew Guy has announced a plan to expand the capital city zone to allow for higher density living within the City of Melbourne.

18 Mar 2012

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