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Business in Southbank

The famous 1930 Australian Penny
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St Johns Southgate

Our most sacrosanct monument
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Owners Corporation Law

How to communicate with OC managers
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Montague Community Alliance

The Voice of Montague, the Montague Community Alliance
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Federal Politics

Parliament, not a plebiscite, for marriage equality
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City Schools for City Kids
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Southbanker

Illusive Archibald
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Skypad Living

Use your apartment space better
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Councillor Profile

The making of a lord mayor
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Do it yourself

Choosing the right brush
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On the Box

Law, order and entertainment
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What Women Want

Learning to fly
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Pets Corner

Suburban dogs turned city
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Southbank Fashion

Spring racing in Southbank
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Sacred Sites

Wirth’s Park
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Street Smarts

Power Street – Southbank
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Letters

Warning about accident
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Residents get behind local business

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Montague residents have banded together with local businesses in an effort to prevent road closures, which they say will threaten the viability of their Southbank businesses.

The South Port Urban Responsible Renewal (SPURR) and the Montague Community Alliance have backed calls from local businesses in the Surveyors Place creative hub for the Minister for Planning Richard Wynne to reject the City of Port Phillip’s move to close parts of Gladstone and Ferrars streets.

The council’s current plan also proposes narrowing Kerr, Buckhurst and Douglas streets and removing 183 car parks as part of a new park and primary school.

With more than 25 businesses employing over 400 people, Surveyors Place Owners’ Corporation (OC) member Peter Harvey said the plan...

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Locals lap up the trivia

More than 50 local residents attended the second Southbank Community Trivia Night at the Boyd Community Hub last month.
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How good’s the outdoors!

Year 8 and 9 students from the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School (VCASS) got their hands dirty last month for a tree planting day organised by Transurban and Landcare Australia.
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The biggest vertical race

Southbank resident Natalie Gurman is getting a big workout at the Eureka Tower on November 13, when she will be joining hundreds of others to race up the 1643 steps of the tallest building in Melbourne.
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City Rd plan acknowledged

The Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) has acknowledged the City of Melbourne for planning excellence on the City Road Master Plan.
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Arts plan falls off the radar

A long and ongoing commitment to the Southbank Arts Precinct redevelopment by consecutive State Governments is still yet to be delivered.
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“Long-term time bomb”

According to former City of Melbourne councillor and finance chair Stephen Mayne the cost of fixing flooding issues at Whiteman St is around $130 million.
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