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 21 Best Things to do in Melbourne 21 Best Things to do in Melbourne
Everyone loves a BEST OF list and 21 Best Things to do in Melbourne by JetSetting Fools (Sarah and Kris) is a beauty. The JetSetting Fools provide travel stories, information, advice and tips on sights and walking tours, but include off-the-beaten-path adventures, history and Read more..

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 3000 evacuated in Melbourne office fire 3000 evacuated in Melbourne office fire
Tuesday June 24 2003 - More than 3,000 people have been evacuated after fire broke out today in an office tower in Melbourne's city centre. Ambulance spokesman James Howe said the fire began about 8.40am (AEST) and was believed to be centred on the building's 26th floor. Read more..

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 Australia Triumph - One down 2 to go... Australia Triumph - One down 2 to go...
Over 60,000 people proved yet again, why Melbourne is the Sporting Event capital of Australia. Braving wet blustery conditions the M.C.G turned on an excitment packed game that was close to the very end. But it was Australia that kicked off a huge sports weekend with a series Read more..

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 Australian Census 2011 Australian Census 2011
The 16th Australian Census of Population and Housing will take place on the night of Tuesday 9th August 2011. The Census of Population and Housing aims to accurately count the number of people in Australia, their key characteristics, and the dwellings in which they live. I Read more..

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 Australia’s best playground: Parkville Australia’s best playground: Parkville
Melbourne is home to Australia’s best playground: Royal Park Nature Play, Gatehouse St, Parkville A nationwide search by an expert jury from the Australian Institute for Landscape Architects for 2016 found Nature Play next to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Parkville to be th Read more..

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 Baby Gorilla | Melbourne Zoo Baby Gorilla | Melbourne Zoo
March 2015 | Gorillas at Melbourne zoo have welcomed a new baby western lowland gorilla, the seventh to be born at the zoo, but the first in 15 years. The first-time parents are mum Kimya, originally from Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, and silverback Otana, who was shipped over from E Read more..

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 BATMANIA | The City That Never Was BATMANIA | The City That Never Was
The mark of a city is not in the manner of its birth, but in what it has become. Melbourne’s greatest hits GOVERNMENT Melbourne was the founding place of the federal parliament, which was based here from federation in 1901 until 1927 when Canberra became the capital. Read more..

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 Big Melbourne Weekend of Opening Nights Big Melbourne Weekend of Opening Nights
If you're thinking of buying a red carpet this weekend, forget it. Chances are every square metre of the stuff has already been snaffled for the multitude of award ceremonies and glittering opening nights Melbourne is hosting this weekend. The prize-giving began last night wit Read more..

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 Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere | Flash Mob Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere | Flash Mob
Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere was the first official Melbourne Flash Mob, held on Sunday June 12th, 2011 at Melbourne Central. View Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere as Ruben the flute player creates a little Melbourne Flash Mob magic.. Read more..

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 CBD precinct for Yarra CBD precinct for Yarra
15 June 20003 - THE North bank of the Yarra - including a large section of Flinders St Station - will be redeveloped as a major public precinct. The station will lose one or two platforms to make way for the CBD's first waterfront hub. The north bank, Sandridge Rail Bridge rev Read more..

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 City banks on river City banks on river
15 June 2003 - THE Sandridge Rail Bridge will be only half-reopened - but is to cost nearly twice as much as planned. Final plans for the 17-metre wide eyesore, seen by the Sunday Herald Sun, reveal only the eastern half will be developed as a pedestrian and cycle crossing. Th Read more..

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 City Circle Tram | Polly Woodside & Old Melbourne Gaol City Circle Tram | Polly Woodside & Old Melbourne Gaol
THE NATIONAL TRUST OF AUSTRALIA (VIC) CELEBRATES THE LAUNCH OF THE POLLY WOODSIDE & OLD MELBOURNE GAOL CITY CIRCLE TRAM. In support of our Heritage Listed W Class Trams & our top Melbourne visitor attractions, the National Trust of Australia (Vic) is launching its Polly Woodsi Read more..

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 Clash of Titan's - Australia Wins Clash of Titan's - Australia Wins
Described as a Clash of Titan's, The Wallabies clinched a thilling ONE POINT win over a gallant Ireland here tonight. Saturday 1NOV2003. A packed Telstra Stadium Melbourne watched a classic rugged World Cup rugby encounter. Ireland had their chances in the closing minutes, bu Read more..

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 Congratulations ! Melbourne Times 35th Birthday Congratulations ! Melbourne Times 35th Birthday
For the past 35 years, The Melbourne Times has been the voice of its community with a vigorous and direct approach to its reporting, a strongly followed opinion and letters section and a firm commitment to fostering the arts. TMT was founded by Ann Poulis in in 1971. Read more..

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 Convention Centre Development  Convention Centre Development
Three consortia will be invited to provide detailed plans for the development of Australia's largest convention centre, to be built on the south west bank of the Yarra by end 2008, the Minister for Major Projects, Peter Batchelor, announced. FROM THE MINISTER FOR MAJOR PROJECT Read more..

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 Dights Falls | $1 million boost Dights Falls | $1 million boost
2nd Kennett Ministry NEWS RELEASE - Wednesday, 13 November 1996 From the Office of the Minister for Conservation and Land Management Dights Falls - a $1 million boost for the Yarra Water has for the first time in over 100 years passed through Dights Falls Mill at Abbotsfor Read more..

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 Digital TV On | Analog TV Off Digital TV On | Analog TV Off
Melbourne will be the last city in Australia to see the analog TV signal before it is switched off at 9am on Tuesday 10th December, 2013. To receive broadcasts, viewers will need a television with built-in digital tuner or a set-top box or digital recorder. The federal gov Read more..

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 Dock Theatre Dock Theatre
A Dock Theatre underneath the Collins St bridge has been proposed which will seat 300 and also have 2 dedicated bars. The main auditorium will convert to a full 3D digital cinema as well as play host to a new Docklands film festival. The Dock Theatre concept was revealed on Read more..

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 Easter 2003 BAN cost traders millions Easter 2003 BAN cost traders millions
Frank Penhalluriack, who opened his hardware store on Easter Sunday. Victorian businesses say they lost tens of millions of dollars in revenue because of the Bracks Government's controversial Easter Sunday trading ban. And in a survey of 300 Victorian businesses, an overwh Read more..

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 Fine Car Parking Fine Car Parking
There is a growing number of car parking scheme web sites aimed at connecting space owners with car owners. The concept is basically simple; Owner of residential car space rents to car owner during day. All appears well until local councils realise they are missing out! Fir Read more..

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 Freeway or Howards Way Freeway or Howards Way
I really wanted to be the first writer to say it, but it does fit. I dont quite understand Brackies point? They lend you money to help build road... You take it and build road... Where's the problem? Have your say... Read more..

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 Freeway Tunnel Proposal an Expensive Waste Freeway Tunnel Proposal an Expensive Waste
The Public Transport Users Association has slammed the latest inner city freeway proposal released in a report prepared for the City of Melbourne. The council's "East-West Integrated Transport Proposal" includes a 15km freeway tunnel from the Western Ring Road through to the E Read more..

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 Gone in Melbourne Gone in Melbourne
by James Wall As an original experience, Melbourne will soak into you and make you feel as though you are stepping from the bus, the train, the plane, into a sort of post-Orwellian wet dream. Exquisite Corpse Read more..

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 Good Friday Appeal big WIN Good Friday Appeal big WIN
Herald Sun newspaper reports this morning Scud's loss is RCH's gain. THE kids were the big winners of Australia's Davis Cup loss to Sweden yesterday. The Aussies were bundled out in the first round of the tournament after Mark Philippoussis was trounced in straight sets by Jo Read more..

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 Hallam Bypass Opens Hallam Bypass Opens
Pollution-free baptism for new bypass - July 28 2003 - The State Government opened the $165 million Hallam Bypass yesterday, 17 months ahead of schedule and $10 million under budget. The 7.5-kilometre bypass extends the Princes Freeway from Doveton to Berwick, eliminates 10 sets Read more..

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 HBO drama The Leftovers HBO drama The Leftovers
The third and final series of critically acclaimed HBO drama The Leftovers will be made in Victoria. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews , who is in the US on a trade mission, announced on Saturday the show would film in his state at Warner Bros studios in Los Angeles, claiming Read more..

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 Hi-tech system to replace Metcard Hi-tech system to replace Metcard
PLASTIC smart cards will replace the failed Metcard ticket system on Melbourne's trams, trains and buses under a $400 million plan. The commuter-friendly electronic swipe cards are designed to make ticketing easier and do away with queues. Passengers will simply pass their c Read more..

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 Holiday trains, trams axed Holiday trains, trams axed
TRAIN and tram operators will slash services during the holidays despite an average fare rise of almost 10 per cent from January 1. Up to one in five tram services will be cut with Yarra Trams and M>Tram running a Saturday timetable. Tram passengers will have to wait up to 20 Read more..

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 Impact on Melbourne 2010 Impact on Melbourne 2010
These are the events and people who made an impact on MELBOURNE in 2010.. These events and people are either Melburnians or the event took place in Melbourne. Mary MacKillop Was there anything bigger in 2010 than the Canonisation of Australia’s First Saint, Melburnian Ma Read more..

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 In the near future In the near future
This is what Melbourne's skyline is likely to look like in around 4 years... The city's thriving concrete jungle is sprouting new additions... Read more..

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 Is D24 a tradition that is very famously Melbourne! Is D24 a tradition that is very famously Melbourne!
Is D24 a tradition that is very famously Melbourne! You would think so! What a grand idea to retain the D24 tower which has stood on top of the Russell Street Police Headquarters building for as long as we can all remember! We have come to recognise the famous lankmark as Read more..

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 Joe Hockey loves Melbourne Joe Hockey loves Melbourne
NOT everything federal Tourism Minister Joe Hockey says makes sense, but this time he has it right. Mr Hockey says that Sydney (from where he hails) is tired and complacent, event-rich Melbourne is exciting. But Victorians already knew that their capital is the sporting a Read more..

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 Lies Fibs and Deceit  Lies Fibs and Deceit
Melburnian's looking for a very funny read cannot go past The Melbourne Times 'Silly Edition' out this week. While you would normally expect to read a Lies Fibs and Deceit edition on April Fool's Day, articles include: - Paper digs solve games bed shortage [North Carton]. - Read more..

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 Linking Victoria Linking Victoria
In 2044, Linking Victoria became the biggest transport program in Victoria's history. The Bracks Government's $5 billion Linking Victoria program is revitalising Victoria's transport system. As the centrepiece of the Government's transport policy, this program is linking commu Read more..

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 Mad March Melbourne 2018 Mad March Melbourne 2018
When: 1st of March 2018 To 31st of March 2018
If there was any dispute as to Australia's leading events city, one only has to look at Melbourne in March to see how many first-class, world events are on. Melbourne is proud of its reputation as Australia's sporting capital, but it also celebrates the best in design, food an Read more..

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 Melbourne - Sleek City Melbourne - Sleek City
The $6m Melbourne Gateway scheme symbolises the city's architectural renaissance, writes Joe Rollo, which would not have happened without a series of bold decisions. There's a story that bears telling about how the Transurban consortium most likely won the contract to build M Read more..

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 Melbourne -v- Sydney Melbourne -v- Sydney
As the song says, the beat goes on.. Melbourne is better than Sydney Sydney is better than Melbourne Who knows? Who cares? We do! Melbourne is better than Sydney We were delighted to see FACEBOOK's Melbourne is better than Sydney group with over 84,730 members in July 2 Read more..

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 Melbourne Airport Transit Link Melbourne Airport Transit Link
Melbourne Airport is one of Australia's major international entry points. The Government has investigated a possible Airport Transit Link as part of its Linking Victoria program, which aims to revitalise our State's roads, rail and ports, improve our public transport networks, an Read more..

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 Melbourne Archive in UN World Register Melbourne Archive in UN World Register
A Melbourne archive that features the work of one of the first artists in the world to work with laser, sound and image production, Joseph Stanislaus Ostoja-Kotkowski, has been included in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register – a program governed by the United Nations, designe Read more..

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 Melbourne has something a bit special about it Melbourne has something a bit special about it
I was looking for an old image of Melbourne when I came across this page. Beside having a good image, it presents a view of Melbourne which we all share. The article is appealing to teachers looking for teaching jobs in Australia to come and look in Melbourne. Independent Read more..

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 Melbourne Museum Fee Cuts - 15/05/2003 Melbourne Museum Fee Cuts - 15/05/2003
MELBOURNE Museum was thrown a lifeline yesterday when the State Government introduced free entry for children and cut adult entry fees by more than half. The cost of an adult ticket was slashed from $15 to $6. Children and concession holders, who previously paid $8 and $11 r Read more..

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 Melbourne Spider Invasion Melbourne Spider Invasion
THE outdoor furniture is so covered in cobwebs it resembles a prop from an Indiana Jones film. Meanwhile, each time you open the car door you plunge your fingers into a web that spans the length of the handle. Welcome to summer in wet Melbourne. According to Mark Elgar, from Read more..

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 Melbourne | 2017 World's Most Liveable City Melbourne | 2017 World's Most Liveable City
Melbourne has been named the world's most liveable city for the 7th year in a row (2017) achieving a near perfect score on the Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) liveability survey of 140 cities. The survey rated cities out of 100 in the areas of health care, education, stabi Read more..

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 Melbourne | Australia’s Most Romantic City Melbourne | Australia’s Most Romantic City
Melbourne has once again proven itself as one of the most liveable cities in Australia, topping the nation’s other cities in a recent survey that found Melbourne is the nation's top spot for shopping, theatre and style. Melbourne was even described as our nation’s most romant Read more..

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 Melbourne's Live Music Scene Melbourne's Live Music Scene
Melbourne's Live Music Scene has had its ups and downs, open and closed doors.. but without doubt, Melbourne remains the live-music capital of Australia. Melbourne's Live Music Scene is in great shape A few short years ago it seemed many of Melbourne's best live venues were b Read more..

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 Melbourne's PERFECT weekend 2003 Melbourne's PERFECT weekend 2003
THE sun gods are expected to dazzle Victoria's sports lovers on the first day of an action-packed racing weekend. Amoung the hundreds of special events being held this weekend in Melbourne are the Caulfield Cup, Motorcycle Grand Prix and Rugby World Cup. Tens of thousands of Read more..

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 MELBOURNE: CHIC HAPPENS  MELBOURNE: CHIC HAPPENS
Just over a decade ago, Australia's second largest city seemed consigned to a rust-belt decline. Now, as Jefferson Penberthy writes, all trends are being reversed by a $15bn revival that is showing the way to the world. Melbourne renaissance man Steve Vizard calls the cit Read more..

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 Mzuri | Melbourne Zoo Gorilla Mzuri | Melbourne Zoo Gorilla
The most famous gorilla at Melbourne Zoo, Mzuri was born on June 3 1984, a son of Melbourne's second female, Yuska. Melbourne Zoos' Gorilla group began in 1980 when a pair, Buluman and Betsy arrived from Taronga Zoo. Buluman proved to be sterile and so an IVF project was start Read more..

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 National Gallery - A Jewel Repolished National Gallery - A Jewel Repolished
Today [Thursday 4-12-03] Melbourne's crown jewel -- will be exposed for the first time publicly in 4 years -- cleaned and restored to all its original glory. Interestingly, the story does not appear in either the Herald Sun or Age newspapers today, although this story was orig Read more..

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 New Road | Melbourne Airport to Western Ring Road New Road | Melbourne Airport to Western Ring Road
Airport Drive Extension & Steele Creek North Project New Airport Drive now open! Overview: - 3.3 kilometre extension of the existing Airport Drive between Sharps Road and Mercer - Drive - Melrose Drive renamed Airport Drive between Mercer Drive and Centre Road - New road Read more..

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 Palace Nightclub on Fire Palace Nightclub on Fire
Firefighters are battling a blaze at the former Palace nightclub in St Kilda amid fears it could spread to the neighbouring historic Palais Theatre. More than 20 fire engines are at the scene and police have cordoned off the perimeter off the Palace complex and and Palais thea Read more..

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 Princes Bridge Lamps Princes Bridge Lamps
Lamps return to complete Princes Bridge restoration The last of ten decorative lamps on Princes Bridge will be lifted back into place tonight as the $4.1 million project to restore of one of Melbourne’s most historically significant bridges comes to an end. The first five were Read more..

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 Purple Soup Award Purple Soup Award
Purple Soup, a not-for-profit group that brings adventure into the lives of children with chronic illnesses recently received a prestigious award at an international conference in the United States. Purple Soup was recognised for creativity and excellence in programming at the Read more..

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 Race on to move GP in time Race on to move GP in time
Melbourne's formula one Grand Prix will be moved from its usual early March date in 2006 to avoid a clash with the Commonwealth Games. "We are a victim of our own success in scooping some of the world's greatest events," Commonwealth Games and Australian Grand Prix powerbroker Read more..

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 RACV - Red Spot Survey 2004 RACV - Red Spot Survey 2004
The Red Spot Survey is back again! The last survey, in 2002 attracted thousands of responses and resulted in the State Government allocating more than $3 million to fix problems highlighted by RACV members. Including: - Installation of traffic lights at the intersection o Read more..

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 Researching Melbourne’s Past Researching Melbourne’s Past
The State Library of Victoria has opened its historic collections to a Victoria University researcher, Dr Stefan Schutt. Dr Stefan Schutt will enjoy full access to the collections as part of a Berry Family Fellowship of $12,500 announced in June by the Library so he can study Read more..

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 SAVE Melbourne's Old High Court Building SAVE Melbourne's Old High Court Building
A question mark hangs over the heritage-listed 1928 building in Little Bourke Street, earmarked to make way for the extension of the Supreme Court next door. The Supreme Court of Victoria has a number of buildings within its precinct. - The main building at 210 William Str Read more..

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 Siren sounds to start - Waverley Park Siren sounds to start - Waverley Park
06 July 2003 - DEVELOPER Mirvac yesterday unveiled its grand vision for former football headquarters AFL Park, Waverley. Home seekers had their first opportunity to buy at the site. The $1 billion development's first homes were pre-released to the public yesterday and 120 wer Read more..

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 Snow Forecast for Melbourne CBD Snow Forecast for Melbourne CBD
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 Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment
The Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelopment will re-invigorate this vibrant cultural and community hub, give Melbourne the cultural precinct it deserves - an open, accessible, integrated, imaginative precinct that connects the arts to people and people to the arts. Hamer Hal Read more..

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 Step in the right direction Step in the right direction
WHEN and why did Houdini dive in the Yarra River? What is Melbourne's Canvas Town? Where can you find a Jeff Kennett gargoyle? These gems and many more of Melbourne best kept secrets are uncovered in a new guide to the city's top walks. The free Melbourne Walks booklet, Read more..

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 Streets ahead in GARAGE SALES Streets ahead in GARAGE SALES
A refreshing new idea revitalising neighbour relationships and winning over the whole community is based on Melbourne's love of garage sales. A street, actually it's a road is throwing a STREET garage sale. Every household in Beavers Road Northcote has been invited to thr Read more..

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 The Great Tram Robbery The Great Tram Robbery
After midnight on the morning of 18 August 1901 the Hawthorn horse tram was held up by four masked men as it was proceeding east along Riversdale Road just after leaving Power Street. One of the men leapt on board and held a revolver to the cheek of the driver, Thomas Taylor, dem Read more..

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 The Race That Stops A Nation The Race That Stops A Nation
On radio they were asking "was there any other city in the world that turned a horse race into a public holiday?" Melbourne did way back in 1861 and continues to, the race that stops a nation, and now the world... The Melbourne Cup The Melbourne Cup is a Group 1, handic Read more..

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 Two-storey height limit may spread across city Two-storey height limit may spread across city
The State Government has opened the door to curbing building heights across Melbourne after backing new limits in the Bayside municipality. Planning Minister Mary Delahunty has agreed to a Bayside Council request for a two-storey limit across all inland residential areas in th Read more..

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 UFO picture a saucer wonder UFO picture a saucer wonder
WHILE man is making his mark on Mars, some humans are wondering if aliens have zoomed into Melbourne. A mysterious photograph has sparked a UFO frenzy in the city's north. Both believers and sceptics are scratching their heads over this picture, snapped in Beveridge by a counc Read more..

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 UNESCO City of Literature | Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature | Melbourne
Bookworm bliss Lovers of the written word have long been drawn to Melbourne’s bohemian culture of bookshops and cafes, from Booker Prize winning novelists to street poets. In 2008, Melbourne was named the world’s second UNESCO City of Literature, a mantle now shared by 20 c Read more..

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 Victoria | Best of Everything Victoria | Best of Everything
Brand Victoria: Andrews Government unveils $20 million new marketing strategy, logo for state Premier Daniel Andrews unveiled Brand Victoria on Wednesday 12th August 2015 at the world-renowned Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open. The new Brand Victoria will showcase Read more..

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 Victoria's Top 20 Attractions Victoria's Top 20 Attractions
Victoria's top attractions includes 11 that are within walking distance of Melbourne's CBD, one of the reasons Melbourne is so popular with visitors. Federation Square is Victoria's top destination for overseas visitors with the MCG surprisingly only just scraping into the sta Read more..

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 Victorian Major Projects Victorian Major Projects
Very handy web site if you are researching new developments. Listed below are some of the major projects in 2003. In 2001 the Victorian Government announced the Victorian Industry Participation Policy (VIPP) for projects with government investment to maximize opportuni Read more..

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