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Magpie Nest – an example of disruptive thinking

Magpie Nest – an example of disruptive thinking

July 27th, 2022 - Brendan Nottle

It was 10 years ago, almost to the day when a young mother entered our café at 69 Bourke St, Melbourne. The café works with people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and are often dealing with a complex range of issues including mental health, physical health issues and often social isolation.

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Always on the move

July 27th, 2022 - Rhonda Dredge

Mick and his mates were having a good laugh down by the river last month at the outrageous claim made in the latest issue of sister publication Southbank News that beggars were earning $1000 a day on the streets.

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A remnant of the past tucked away in Franklin St

July 27th, 2022 - Dr Cheryl Griffin

In 1937 this old two-storeyed house that had seen better days was put up for auction. It was on a site alongside a terrace of six other old two-storeyed houses, tucked up against a right of way and not far from Elizabeth St.

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Are you bothered by noise?

July 27th, 2022 - Susan Saunders

You live in the city? It can be a noisy place, but there are ways to cope.

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New report: it’s curtains for some owners

July 27th, 2022 - Barbara Francis & Rus Littleson

Another major fire risk has been uncovered in Melbourne – curtain walls containing flammable aluminium composite cladding (ACP).

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The magic of the stage

The magic of the stage

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