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Business in Southbank

What cocktail are you?
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St Johns Southgate

Being rather than doing
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Owners Corporation Law

Breaking up is hard to do
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Federal Politics

Explanation of NBN card mailout
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We Live Here

Short-stays: Let owners decide
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Southbanker

Coffee meets culture
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History

In memory of Prince Henry’s
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Yarra River Business Association

Looking for the reset button for river businesses
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Skypad Living

Sharing and taking in vertical villages
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Health and Wellbeing

Getting back to basics
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Councillor Profile

The making of a lord mayor
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Pets Corner

A tremendous trio
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

My new toy is a joy
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Bollards installed

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The State Government has been installing anti-terrorism concrete bollards unannounced and overnight, including at Queensbridge Square on June 23.

A batch of bollards appeared at the intersection of the Southbank Boulevard footpath and Queensbridge Square, as well as at the Queensbridge St border of the square.

The safety barriers are installed at areas with high pedestrian traffic, in light of recent global terrorism-related attacks and vehicle rampages on pedestrians.

Some of the first bollards were installed in the Bourke St Mall, the site of a massacre when a car ploughed into pedestrians and killed six people in January.

Premier Daniel Andrews said: “There’s no time to be wasted here. When we think about London, when we think about other events,...

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Site suspicion

Police are appealing to witnesses following two separate incidents at a disused Clarke St warehouse.
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Non-compliant cladding in Southbank

For all its high-rise, Southbank appears to be relatively free of the type of non-compliant building cladding that the Grenfell tragedy in London has brought into sharp focus.
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Transcending gender

Final year Photography Studies College (PSC) student Aaron Walker has been making waves in the international LGBTI community through his first major series on drag artist portraiture.
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Southbank or “Southsea”?

Almost all of Southbank could be underwater if sea level rises by two metres by 2100.
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Hoardings up on Riverside Square

Stage one of the Riverside Quay renewal project is already underway, despite members of its appointed community reference group claiming that final plans were adopted without their knowledge.
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Chinese New Year success

This year’s Chinese New Year Festival generated up to $27.8 million, a study by Victoria University (VU) academics has found.
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