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Residents' Association

Time for a spring clean
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Business in Southbank

Bringing you the best of land and sea
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St Johns Southgate

Join a true community
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Owners Corporation Law

Pet ownership to soar
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We Live Here

Call for action on court ruling
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Southbanker

Celebrating diversity
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Do it yourself

Choosing the right brush
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Health and wellbeing

Spring is nearly here, mindfulness, safety and injury
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Yarra River Business Association

Winter on the river like never before
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Councillor Profile

The making of a lord mayor
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Market Update

Hip hip, hooray for summer and holidays!
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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

Work hard, play hard
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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

Living in Floodbank
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Local business acknowledged

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Founders of Southbank business Kingsford Property Mark O’Neil, Martin Russell and Shaun Warhurst have been acknowledged with bronze Lord Mayor’s Commendations.

Having originally begun its operations at Riverside Quay, the now Coventry St-based property group has witnessed a lot of change in Southbank over its 20 years in business.

Director Mark O’Neil said it was great to see the business’s contribution to Melbourne acknowledged by the City of Melbourne.

“It’s terrific to receive the awards and its great to see the city supporting long-serving businesses,” he said.

“When we started on banks of the Yarra at Riverside Quay I don’t think many people even knew what Riverside Quay was. There was no casino and no Jeff’s Shed.”

“We’ve seen a lot of change...

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Making connections over a meal

Do you enjoy meeting people from other cultures and trying new food?
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Sun-loving, tree-hugging skyscraper

A solar-powered apartment tower may soar up above Moray St, creating a new landmark and environmentally-friendly architectural attraction.
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Nervous wait in store for businesses

Montague precinct businesses remain fearful for their futures in Southbank following two separate City of Port Phillip council meetings last month.
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Therapeutic turned artistic photography

At the age of 68, Photography Studies College (PSC) final-year student Ian Kemp is still relatively new to photography.
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Southbank exempt from some apartment standards

High-rise inner-city apartments are exempt from some of Planning Minister Richard Wynne’s recently-released new apartment standards.
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Plenty of room for compromise

Anyone who lives or works around Ferrars St knows just how wide the streets are in that part of the Montague Precinct.
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