Live longer, healthier

Live longer, healthier

November 21st, 2023 - Susan Saunders

Residents 3000’s “Forum 3000” in October was about health and wellbeing – a popular topic in our online media. The theme of the recent event was to discuss the difference between “lifespan” and “health-span”.


From housing crisis to hope?

November 21st, 2023 - Barbara Francis & Rus Littleson

Now that Victoria has both a new Premier and a new Minister for Consumer Affairs, can we dare to hope or dream there will be some meaningful changes during the first term of this new government?

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Your chance to be part of Melbourne’s train transformation

November 21st, 2023 - Metro Tunnel

Metro Trains is hiring more than 100 station staff to work at the Metro Tunnel’s five new state-of-the-art stations, opening in 2025.  

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Tough times ahead: how to protect your assets

November 21st, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Bah humbug! Isn’t Christmas meant to be a time of peace, goodwill, and joy to all people?

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A living testimony

November 21st, 2023 - Afraa Kori

When the civil war broke out in South Sudan, the only solution was to escape for David Delfin.

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Circular thinking for the built environment

October 25th, 2023 - CBD News

“Circularity” is defined as the shift from the wasteful “take-make-consume-discard” common practice to a “cradle-to-cradle” mindset.

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Greens pressure on short-stay levy

October 25th, 2023 - Barbara Francis & Rus Littleson

The Victorian Greens have written to the Treasurer Tim Pallas saying they will oppose Victoria’s proposed short-stay levy unless they get substantial changes to the state government’s new housing policy.

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New City Square artwork goes above and beyond

October 25th, 2023 - Metro Tunnel

An eye-catching new artwork on the Metro Tunnel’s City Square site fence is giving Melburnians something to think about as they travel down Swanston St.

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New Moonfishh store making a splash at QVM

October 25th, 2023 - Georgie Atkins

Moonfishh is the latest addition to the Queen Victoria Market (QVM) community, serving up fresh and inventive seafood dishes with a focus on quality and responsibly sourced Australian and New Zealand seafood.

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It wasn’t a YES, but the fight for First Nations justice continues

October 25th, 2023 - Ellen Sandell

The referendum result wasn’t what we wanted.

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Value added success

Value added success

March 11th, 2015 - CBD News
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