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”.
Showcasing five-star quality dishes in an equally sophisticated setting, Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters is in a league of its own with a determined focus on championing the state it calls home.Read More
With more than half a century of practicing law, you’d forgive Peter Nevile, founding partner of Nevile and Co. Commercial Lawyers, to be a little stuck in his ways.Read More
But what does vaping have to do with abortion clinic safety zones, the regulation of cannabis and other drugs, voluntary assisted dying, homelessness, and the frequently fabulous functioning of parliamentary committees comprised of ostensible opponents?
A community safety summit set to be held later this year will aim to bring together stakeholders and residents’ groups to address neighbourhood safety concerns.Read More
A world-first research project that tested air circulation in an empty CBD office building has revealed that “displacement ventilation air conditioning” can reduce COVID-19 transmission by more than 80 per cent.Read More
“Professional beggars” target the city, but police focus on those genuinely experiencing homelessness
A small number of “professional beggars” who are not legitimate rough sleepers are targeting the CBD and Southbank, however, authorities say they are gearing their efforts to people in genuine need.Read More
This month many international students are travelling to Melbourne for semester two, and while their arrival is much-anticipated the need for more homestay hosts until December is becoming apparent.Read More