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Cultural icon Sticky Institute reopens at the Nicholas Building

Cultural icon Sticky Institute reopens at the Nicholas Building

April 27th, 2022 - Metro Tunnel

A Melbourne cultural icon has literally moved up in the world after more than two decades pushing its paper wares in the underground Campbell Arcade, next to Flinders Street Station.

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Aiming for a cleaner well-presented city   

April 27th, 2022 - Susan Saunders

The City of Melbourne (CoM) is asking people to report graffiti and waste by scanning the QR code on bins. This is an excellent idea but more needs to be done to help bring the city up to standard.

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Sex, drugs, rock and roll, and other owners’ corporation issues

April 27th, 2022 - Peter Nevile

You’ve all heard of illegal parties, the use of short-term accommodation for paid escort services, or prostitution, and there have been numerous reported cases of short-term accommodation being used as drug labs.

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Micromobility infrastructure in vertical villages

April 27th, 2022 - Dr Janette Corcoran

Many vertical villages are investigating electric vehicle recharging options, but e-cars are not the only vehicles that need these facilities.

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Arts venues at risk: we must save the Nicholas Building and Curtin Hotel

April 27th, 2022 - Ellen Sandell

Arts and culture is central to Melbourne’s identity. Personally, it’s one of the main reasons I love to live here. Hopping on a tram to the Comedy Festival, seeing a show at La Mama, or being able to enjoy a live music gig almost any time of the week or year are some of the great pleasures of being a Melburnian.

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Frankie’s post-lockdown play

Frankie’s post-lockdown play

February 24th, 2021 - CBD News
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