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Residents' Association

Ending the year on a brighter note
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Business in Southbank

Retailers announced at Melbourne Square
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Owners Corporation Law

Dust continues to settle on the Owners’ Corporation Act (2019) reforms
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Montague Community Alliance

And the beat goes on … (or the construction)
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Aboriginal Melbourne

The Koorie Heritage Trust: An interview with Tom Mosby
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Chinese

河滨公园大受欢迎 开发项目仍存忧虑
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Metro Tunnel

Metro Tunnel mega machine sets course for State Library
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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

Short-stays exploit family violence loophole
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Southbanker

Southbank’s almost-elected Liberal Democrat
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Port Places

Fishermans Bend: the first quarter 2019
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Housing

Government needs to invest in housing now
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History

Southbank and the Olympic Games
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Safety and Security

Police Station back open!
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Health and Wellbeing

Passive-aggressive behaviour
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Skypad Living

Skilling owners’ corporations
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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 - June 2020

New Southgate vision revealed

The owner of the iconic Southbank office and retail precinct Southgate has submitted its long-awaited $800 million transformation plans to the state government for approval.

09 Jun 2020

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Council restores hope to veteran art dream at 310 St Kilda Rd

The City of Melbourne is understood to be interested in acquiring the former repatriation clinic building at 310 St Kilda Rd in Southbank.

09 Jun 2020

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Move to simplify apartment rules

The City of Melbourne has moved to overhaul its relationship with apartment dwellers after three months of the COVID-19 pandemic revealed weaknesses.

09 Jun 2020

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“Complicated” process ends positively for Arts Precinct

The first four floors of new developments in Southbank’s Arts Precinct will need to be designated for the creative industries after a “long and complicated” process to amend the Melbourne Planning Scheme.

09 Jun 2020

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Street art unites in time of isolation

For many Southbank residents, finding a sense of community and connection during the lockdown has been difficult.

09 Jun 2020

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Southbank businesses innovate with council’s COVID grants

COVID-19 has forced Southbank businesses to innovate in ways they never expected in order to stay afloat.

09 Jun 2020

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Rate freeze marks economic rebuild

Despite unsurprisingly recording its first deficit in more than 30 years as a result of COVID-19, the City of Melbourne has made the symbolic move to implement a freeze on rate increases over the next financial year.

09 Jun 2020

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A look at how COVID-19 is changing design

With life after a once-in-a-generation pandemic still uncertain, Melbourne Square developer OSK Property has made the first steps to what work in a post COVID-19 era can look like.

09 Jun 2020

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Australia 108 tops out

June 9 marked the official “topping out” of Melbourne’s new tallest building Australia 108 on City Rd in Southbank.

09 Jun 2020

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High-risers return to ground level

Life was slowly returning to the community of high-rise dwellers around Boyd Park this month as authorities managed the “cov-exit” by easing regulations around gatherings.

09 Jun 2020

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Calls heighten to support struggling precinct

Residents from neighbouring Beacon Cove in Port Melbourne have called on the state government to “step-up” and redevelop the deteriorating Station Pier and Waterfront Place precinct.

09 Jun 2020

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Boyd Library is back!

The council’s knowledge city portfolio chair Cr Jackie Watts joined librarians at Boyd Library on June 9 to celebrate the facility’s reopening following COVID-19 restrictions.

09 Jun 2020

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A love affair with education

The grounds of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) are still wrapped up in “iso-ribbon” with students not expected back until the end of the month.

09 Jun 2020

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New hotel

Developer BEKL has announced its chosen operator to manage its future hotel at 10-16 Dorcas St, Southbank.

09 Jun 2020

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Arts bodies look to the future

With restrictions easing, art lovers and theatregoers are waiting with bated breath to see how Melbourne’s Arts Precinct bounces back.

09 Jun 2020

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$17 million for local art

The City of Melbourne will invest $17 million in the arts to keep Melburnians connected to our creative sector as the city responds to COVID-19.

09 Jun 2020

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An emerging talent

When Aimée Lipscombe discovered she had won Capture Magazine Australasia’s emerging photographer award, it was by accident.

09 Jun 2020

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