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Residents' Association

When is a footpath wide enough?!
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Business in Southbank

Walk the Plank from the top of Eureka Skydeck!
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St Johns Southgate

The intelligible answers of faith
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Owners Corporation Law

New Bill reads like a “favour for mates”
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Montague Community Alliance

Montague – learning from others …
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Metro Tunnel

Acoustic shed construction underway
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Federal Politics

Why Magnitsky Act is important for Australia
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We Live Here

Owners’ corporation bill
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Southbanker

An altruistic vibe
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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

Southbank’s sculptures
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Safety and Security

Travelling safely in Southbank
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Yarra River Business Association

Sharing our “big ideas”
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Southbank Sustainability Group

Expanding sustainability beyond Southbank
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Health and Wellbeing

Signs and symptoms of a toxic relationship
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Skypad Living

Neighbourhood Watch for vertical villages
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Pets Corner

Ballet poodle survives snip
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Promenade cycling
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Edition - February 2019

Tea House preserved ... for now

An application for a 24-storey development at the site adjoining Southbank’s iconic heritage Robur Tea Building has been refused a permit by Heritage Victoria.

06 Feb 2019

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Crown requests extension

Crown Resorts and Schiavello have formally requested an extension of time for their billion-dollar development One Queensbridge.

06 Feb 2019

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Haig St a sign of office trend?

In what might prove a sign of things to come in the central city, developer Meydan Group has resubmitted a brand-new application for a 30-storey commercial office tower at 57-59 Haig St.

06 Feb 2019

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South Melbourne Park opens its doors!

Our community now has a second new local school in as many years with the opening of South Melbourne Park Primary School.

06 Feb 2019

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Hilton to return

Hilton Hotels & Resorts looks set to return to postcode 3006, with Melbourne Square developer OSK Property currently in negotiations with the company to operate its new 600-room flagship hotel.

06 Feb 2019

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Southbank welcomes Snr Sgt O’Toole

Southbank Police Station’s new station commander Snr Sgt Alex O’Toole knows our local area as well as anyone.

06 Feb 2019

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Want the good stuff?

Fate conspired to deliver an alleged drug dealer into the hands of police in Southbank in the early hours of January 23.

06 Feb 2019

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Reimagining our Arts Precinct from its centre

The sense of excitement and spirit of collaboration that currently consumes Melbourne’s Arts Precinct is very real, according to one of its visionary leaders Claire Spencer.

06 Feb 2019

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Culture, colour and family for CNY

Family and culture will be the focus of celebrations at the 2019 Chinese New Year Melbourne Festival to bring in the Year of the Pig in February.

06 Feb 2019

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Security upgrades

Construction of permanent security barriers on Princes Bridge has started, with steel bollards and reinforced blocks to be installed on both sides of the bridge.

06 Feb 2019

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Six of the best Southbankers

Southbank continues to demonstrate its credentials as a good home for honorary Australians, with six locals acknowledged in this year’s Australia Day Honours.

06 Feb 2019

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Gong for Jackie

Melbourne councillor Jackie Watts has been awarded an Australia Day honour for services to local government and to the community.

06 Feb 2019

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New vision for gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG) has been provided with a $5 million kickstart from the State Government for its proposed new nature and science precinct.

06 Feb 2019

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Men’s Shed looking for new members

Melbourne Men’s Shed in its sixth year is recruiting new members and is also keen to attract more women.

06 Feb 2019

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Showtime Night Market

A different take on a night market.

06 Feb 2019

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Rufus returns

One of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation returns to Australia to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 1998 self-titled album, and the 2001 follow up Poses.

06 Feb 2019

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Sorrows get an airing

Melbourne’s literary judges continue to favour harrowing non-fiction, even when a festive and stylish setting has been chosen for the announcement of the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards.

06 Feb 2019

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Photography over adversity

“You are stealing people’s souls.”

06 Feb 2019

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YouTube take over

YouTube stars TwoSet Violin burst in and took over rehearsals at the annual Melbourne Youth Orchestras Summer School, held in January at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.

06 Feb 2019

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Carols wondershow!

A thrilling inaugural Carols concert at Queensbridge Square saw hundreds gather for two nights of Christmas festive fun.

05 Feb 2019

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Riverside Quay complete

The long-awaited redevelopment of Mirvac’s new retail and dining precinct at Riverside Quay is now complete.

05 Feb 2019

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