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Residents' Association

Time flies in a pandemic
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Business in Southbank

Melbourne Square goes digital
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St Johns Southgate

Shutting down is easy. Opening up is hard
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Montague Community Alliance

Kindness and communication: the route to the future
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Chinese

零工经济的灰色区域
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Metro Tunnel

Tunnelling in full swing
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Federal Politics

Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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We Live Here

Cladding: are you on the funding list?
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Southbanker

Taking age seriously
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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

Shrine of Remembrance
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Safety and Security

Vale our fallen heroes
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Health and Wellbeing

Adaptability in a time of great change
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Skypad Living

A concierge’s perspective on vertical living
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Pets Corner

The gift that keeps on giving
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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 - December 2011

Southbank ‘needs a post office’

Local traders and residents alike are frustrated by the lack of a post office in Southbank.

15 Nov 2011

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Tram fit for a Queen

Southbank had its very own brush with royalty in October, as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip took a tram ride down St Kilda Rd.

15 Nov 2011

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Stairway to heaven

A colourful and enthusiastic crowd was drawn to Eureka Tower on November 13 for the 2011 Eureka climb.

15 Nov 2011

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Voting changes voted down

City of Melbourne postal voting electoral system will remain after the Future Melbourne Committee last month narrowly voted against changing it.

15 Nov 2011

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Riverside party impresses

Southbank hasn’t seen a party like this for a while. On October 19 the investors behind WTC Wharf at Northbank spared no expense in launching their revitalised precinct.

14 Nov 2011

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Happy birthday Polly

Polly Woodside celebrated a milestone last month putting on a big family day to celebrate its 126th birthday.

14 Nov 2011

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Southbank is ‘bombed’

The “yarn bombing” craze has hit Southbank, with the footbridge that connects Southbank to Flinders St Station being converted last month into the “Blooming Bridge”.

14 Nov 2011

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Ophelia’s grand return

Artist Deporah Halpern was on hand to unveil a rejuvenated Ophelia last month.

14 Nov 2011

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City2Sea of people

The first ever Melbourne City2Sea fun-run saw a huge crowd descend on Southbank Boulevard for the start of the race during November.

14 Nov 2011

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Southgate’s spectacular return

Southgate ushered in a new era in November with a sequence of spectacular events launching the refurbished shopping centre.

14 Nov 2011

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Putting the jungle into concrete jungle

Nobody thinks of lush green gardens when they see the high-rise apartment buildings that populate much of Southbank.

14 Nov 2011

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