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Residents' Association

A big year for Southbank
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Business in Southbank

A missing ingredient
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Owners Corporation Law

Proposal for differential OC charging
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Montague Community Alliance

Focus locally and respectfully
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Federal Politics

Parliament, not a plebiscite, for marriage equality
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We Live Here

A big year for We Live Here
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Southbanker

Promoting a more sustainable world
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Yarra River Business Association

Boulevard transformation good news for our river precinct
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Skypad Living

Modular means flexible vertical living
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Health and wellbeing

Goal setting, prevention and spotting a fad diet
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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

Alfred the bilingual dog
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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

Planning scheme looseness
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The sweetest Sugar yet

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Review by Sean Car

Sugar Mountain well and truly reinforced its reputation as one of Melbourne’s best music festivals following another phenomenal day of music and art on January 21.

With a slightly reconfigured setup to previous festivals, the streets, paths and alleys of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) yet again provided the perfect platform for the festival’s alternative offerings.

Perhaps the only other major metropolitan music festival one could compare VCA’s street-party-like setup to would be Laneway Festival in Footscray, but even still, Sugar Mountain is wonderfully unique.

It offers weaving directions one can take to explore different stages, art installations, hangouts and unique culinary offerings – all making an experience that...

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Boulevard in focus

The Yarra River Business Association will be briefed on the City of Melbourne’s project to transform Southbank Boulevard at its next member’s luncheon.
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A look back at our suburb

President of the Australian Art Deco Society, Robin Grow, last month provided locals with an insightful look back in time at how our suburb once appeared in the early 20th century.
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Marco Melbourne opens

The latest addition to Southbank’s skyline Marco Melbourne has been officially unveiled on Balston St.
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An exploration into the everyday

Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) returns in 2017 with the intriguing play ‘John’ - the latest highly acclaimed work from Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright Annie Baker.
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The right person for the job

Former Lara Lake Primary School principal Noel Creece has been appointed to lead Victoria’s first vertical government primary school in Southbank.
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Mass exodus by community staff

The City of Melbourne’s placemaking and engagement branch, which focuses on strengthening our local community, has recently been the subject of major staff losses.
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