It was Prime Minister Paul Keating who once said, “when you change the government, you change the country”. He was right, of course. But after this year’s federal election, you can also add “and you change the city too”.
Despite the challenges and evolving landscape presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Queen Victoria Market (QVM) has defied challenges being faced by other markets with the success of its online delivery service.Read More
With the CBD once again bustling with energy, the Collins Street Precinct is delighted to be welcoming visitors back for the winter season.Read More
The co-owner of a long-standing record store in the CBD, which has been saved from closure thanks to a crowdfunding campaign, says she is “humbled beyond belief”.Read More
Vanessa has had her beloved dog Barny for more than a year now, and he’s adjusted to city life quite well.
CBD residents say they fear the outcome of a review next year of the existing freeze on late-night liquor licencing that could open the flood gates if it is not extended.Read More
A new online interactive portal where residents can learn more about the CBD neighbourhood has officially launched.Read More
The State Library Victoria’s incoming CEO Paul Duldig says one of his top priorities will be transforming access to the library’s collection and services.Read More
Alan Seale, a community stalwart and dedicated Rotarian, has been awarded a Queen’s Birthday honour.Read More