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Business in Southbank

Celebrate Christmas at Eureka 89
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Owners Corporation Law

Embedded electricity networks are ripping off consumers
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New road alignment on St Kilda Rd
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Federal Politics

Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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We Live Here

Short-stay violence spurs action
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Southbanker

“An animal out of control”
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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

Melbourne goes wild about Harry!
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Safety and Security Day
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Southbank Sustainability Group

Bringing win after win to Southbank!
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Health and Wellbeing

Attaining (and maintaining) wellness
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Skypad Living

Vertical dwelling is now mainstream
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Pets Corner

The bulldog blogger
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

City Rd death trap
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Edition - August 2014

Film-maker calls on local support

While a passionate enthusiast for fine wines, the pursuit of an authentic drop at Southbank’s Wine House has always played second fiddle for film writer and director Grant Scicluna.

14 Aug 2014

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Keeping it real

American singer-songwriter and four time Grammy Award winner Joe Henry is touring Australia and will play at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

14 Aug 2014

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Australian actors return to MTC stage

Melbourne Theatre Company has welcomed Sigrid Thornton and William McInnes back to the stage for Lucy Prebble’s newest play ‘The Effect.’

14 Aug 2014

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Southbank’s first farmers market takes off

The Boyd Community Hub burst into life on Saturday, August 2, as more than 3000 visitors converged on Southbank for the suburb’s first ever Farmers’ Market.

14 Aug 2014

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Arts spice up summer

The Arts Precinct will burst into life this summer with the new five-week ‘SummerSalt’ festival kicking off on January 16.

14 Aug 2014

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Maccas to deliver

McDonald’s will soon deliver directly to Southbank doorsteps.

14 Aug 2014

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Labor commits to Albert Park School

Member for Albert Park Martin Foley and Shadow Education Minister James Merlino have restated their pledge to deliver South Melbourne Park Primary ‘as soon as in government’.

14 Aug 2014

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Residents slam market application

A planning application to establish a new design and gourmet food market in Southbank was met with great hostility from residents at August’s Future Melbourne Committee meeting.

14 Aug 2014

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Prima Pearl soars into Southbank’s skyline

Southbank’s newest high-rise is building closer to completion by the day, and to gain an insight into how work is progressing, members of PDG’s development team took Southbank Local News behind the golden facade for a sneak preview.

13 Aug 2014

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City Rd soars

Another skyscraper could soon be added to Southbank’s skyline, with plans for an 82-storey City Rd high-rise submitted for approval.

12 Aug 2014

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Trucks halted

Traffic congestion and damage caused by high-trucks traveling through Southbank tunnels is set to improve.

12 Aug 2014

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Southbank lights up for AIDS 2014

In what was otherwise a great cause for celebration, the launch of Melbourne’s AIDS 2014 experience on Friday, July 18, was marred by a shocking tragedy.

11 Aug 2014

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Action time on governance

After decades aboard a bureaucratic merry-go-round, Melbourne’s waterfront communities are changing tack in their quest for a new governance regime on the water.

11 Aug 2014

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Fierce scrutiny for new tower

An amended application submitted to the planning minister for the 82-storey Queens Bridge Tower, between Freshwater Place and Prima Pearl, has been met with fierce scrutiny.

11 Aug 2014

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