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“Gaps” in the Montague Precinct Implementation Plan: City of Port Phillip

“Gaps” in the Montague Precinct Implementation Plan: City of Port Phillip

April 3rd, 2024 - Brendan Rees

The City of Port Phillip has raised concerns over the state government’s draft Montague Precinct Implementation Plan (MPIP), stating that it contains “several gaps and issues” that need to be addressed.

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THE LUME Melbourne presents:  Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius

April 3rd, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

In a tribute to the ingenuity and brilliance of Leonardo da Vinci, THE LUME’s latest multi-sensory experience invites viewers to step into a world “500 years in the making”.

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Experiencing more at the Melbourne Recital Centre

April 3rd, 2024 - Jack Hayes

Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) is celebrating 15 years of ground-breaking performances with a range of new membership offers to get you “closer to the music and musicians you love.”

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Lorien Shannon: “I feel like I’ve found my place”

April 3rd, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

Lorien Shannon is exactly where she’s “meant to be”, immersed in the world of Photography Studies College (PSC) where she is currently undertaking the second half of her Bachelor in Photography as a full-time student.

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Power St safety woes continue

April 3rd, 2024 - Tony Penna

Sadly, once again a truck has taken out the newly installed fencing on the corner of Power St and City Rd. The incident happened on Monday March 25 about 8pm. Luckily, no one was injured.

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Two lanes for St Kilda Rd for the first time in six years

April 3rd, 2024 - Metro Tunnel

St Kilda Rd has reopened to two lanes of traffic in both directions around the new Anzac Station for the first time since 2018.

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It’s autumn in Southbank!

April 3rd, 2024 - Faye McDonald

Wow! What happened to summer?

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Police targeting e-scooters

April 3rd, 2024 - Snr Sgt Alex OToole

Melbourne Highway Patrol recently conducted Operation Trident targeting vulnerable road users, and particularly e-scooters.

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Living in a world of apartments is complex, ask your question

April 3rd, 2024 - Patrick Lennon

Inside every building is a story but one told from many different perspectives. Life within apartment living is complex. Join us as we answer your questions so we can all understand that world a little bit better.

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What are human pollinators and why does Southbank need them?

April 3rd, 2024 - Mary Kay Rauma

Southbank is full of gleaming buildings filled with amenities that sell apartments and attract renters. But what attention is paid to life after sales are finalised and leases are signed?

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Melbourne Recital Centre reveals talented student cohort

March 20th, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

Melbourne Recital Centre’s (MRC) 2024 Accelerando cohort has been revealed, with eight students from across Victoria selected to join the program and take their musical careers to new heights.

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First glimpse at new South Melbourne Police Station

March 15th, 2024 - Sean Car

The state government has released the first designs of a new state-of-the-art police station for South Melbourne.

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Built-to-rent complex nears completion 

March 13th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Construction of an 18-storey build-to-rent apartment building in Southbank is on track for completion this year.

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“Completely negligent”: National Trust slammed over maintenance of Polly Woodside

March 5th, 2024 - Sean Car

A volunteer who has been working on South Wharf’s historic tall ship, Polly Woodside, for more than 40 years has spoken out against its owner for neglecting one of Melbourne’s most treasured maritime assets.

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Captivating artwork goes up on Arts Centre Melbourne hoarding for PHOTO 2024

March 5th, 2024 - Melbourne Arts Precinct Corporation

A new artwork Chamber Dance by Melbourne-based artist Zoë Croggon is now on display on the hoarding at Arts Centre Melbourne along St Kilda Rd between Hamer Hall and the Theatres Building (under the Spire) as part of PHOTO 2024.

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Meet Amina Briggs

March 5th, 2024 - Southbank News

Get to know a student’s experience studying at The University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music. Amina Briggs is studying a master of fine arts at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).

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Julian O’Shea recognised with community history award

March 5th, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

Southbank resident and online creator Julian O’Shea has made his community proud, taking home the Digital Storytelling Award at the 2024 Community History Awards on February 2 for his video series, Unknown Melbourne.

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Council almost doubles out-of-hours construction fines

March 5th, 2024 - David Schout

A City of Melbourne councillor has been proactive on the issue after the state government had shown “zero interest” in addressing ongoing breaches.

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Planned supermarket next to South Melbourne Market prompts concerns of “traffic chaos”

March 5th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

A contentious proposal to build a supermarket as part of a massive commercial development next to the South Melbourne Market has been endorsed, despite a backlash from residents and businesses.

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Derryn Hinch to run for Lord Mayor, declaring: “Make Melbourne proud again”

March 5th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Derryn Hinch, the broadcast legend and former senator, has announced he will contend for the position of Lord Mayor of Melbourne later this year.

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Steady going at YRBA

Steady going at YRBA

October 12th, 2017 - Southbank News
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