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Residents' Association

Stay safe, Southbank
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Business in Southbank

An unbeatable lifestyle and location
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St Johns Southgate

The organ of emotion
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Owners Corporation Law

VCAT declares that committees have the power to terminate an OC manager
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政府资助 受创商家
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Metro Tunnel

Metro Tunnel lessons just a click away
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Owners' Corporation Management

Why it pays to be neighbourly in a strata building
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Federal Politics

Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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We Live Here

Stage 3 lockdown fines for short-stays
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Southbanker

Lending a hand through books
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Port Places

Fishermans Bend: the first quarter 2019
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Housing

Housing All Australians – a new paradigm
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History

BANKING on it in Southbank!
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Safety and Security

Looking out for signs of a drug lab
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Southbank Sustainability Group

The garden is still here for you
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Health and Wellbeing

How to combat insomnia
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Skypad Living

Finally, vertical villages are on government’s radar – but is the focus right?
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Pets Corner

Spoiling princess Chloe
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

What’s behind the lights?
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Edition - April 2020

Council extends construction hours

The City of Melbourne has temporarily adjusted the management of construction activity in “certain cases” in the municipality in a bid to fast-track construction projects, save jobs and help limit the economic impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).

07 Apr 2020

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We’re still publishing

The uncertainty currently confronting our world is well understood and, like everyone, Southbank News is not immune to it.

07 Apr 2020

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Southbank on pause amid uncertainty

As businesses close, workers clear and events cease, Southbank is bracing for an acutely uncertain 2020 amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

07 Apr 2020

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Promenade works pushed back

The City of Melbourne is delaying the start of upgrades to Southbank Promenade to ease disruption with nearby projects and prioritise the completion of Southbank Boulevard.

07 Apr 2020

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How the virus has hit Southbank

The Southbank community and economy are, like the rest of the world, wading through an unprecedented experience.

07 Apr 2020

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Council well placed to support battling businesses

At a time when small business is getting wiped out by the coronavirus, it was good to see City of Melbourne councillors nimbly come up with a $10 million support package at the committee meeting held on March 17.

07 Apr 2020

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Fed Square and City Library could converge

Before all of our lives, and all of the news, became dominated by coronavirus (COVID-19) there was news regarding a longstanding debate in the city – the status of Federation Square.

07 Apr 2020

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A different crisis for the worse off

When society grinds to a halt, events are cancelled, businesses shut and most of us head indoors to self-isolate, but what happens to our vulnerable?

07 Apr 2020

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Green tower endorsed for “Cloudbank”

City of Melbourne councillors officially gave their unanimous endorsement of what will become Australia’s tallest mixed-use tower at the corner of City Rd and Southbank Boulevard last month.

07 Apr 2020

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Keeping up morale at Riverside Quay

People are anxious about the COVID-19 outbreak, making it difficult to get a true picture of how it is affecting those living and working in Southbank.

07 Apr 2020

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Council slams state, federal inaction on housing crisis

City of Melbourne councillors have slammed upper tiers of government for a “disgraceful” response to the housing crisis and said “business as usual” would no longer cut it for the city.

07 Apr 2020

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Gig economy grey area

In November last year, food delivery drivers working for platforms like UberEats in the CBD were targeted in a Victoria Police traffic operation. Two hundred infringement notices were issued, with at least a quarter of offences relating to delivery bike users.

07 Apr 2020

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Dark times for our Arts Precinct

Southbank’s Arts Precinct, and Victoria’s creative industries more broadly, have been some of the hardest hit by COVID-19.

07 Apr 2020

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Adapting to rapid change

While Southbank’s Arts Precinct has been shut down to the world, the next generation of students aspiring to fill these spaces from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) have too had their creative pursuits disrupted by COVID-19.

07 Apr 2020

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Something to think about at the Guild

As flat-dwellers seek out new routes for their daily walks, there’s a small public space by the Guild building opposite the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) on Sturt St.

07 Apr 2020

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PSC stays ahead of the curve

Photography Studies College Melbourne (PSC) has adapted to the rapidly changing educational landscape by introducing new ways of creating an engaging live face-to-face learning experience for students off-campus.

07 Apr 2020

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