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Victoria’s financial landscape under Labor’s stewardship increasingly perilous

Victoria’s financial landscape under Labor’s stewardship increasingly perilous

May 22nd, 2024 - Evan Mulholland

Former Premier Dan Andrews asserted that we could have “not rail or hospitals” but both, referencing the Old El Paso advertisement. However, Labor’s most recent budget shows this was never possible.

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Melbourne’s live music scene at risk

April 24th, 2024 - Ellen Sandell

Whether you love sticky carpets and getting sweaty with a room of punters or sitting down with a nice glass of wine and listening to an up-and-coming singer-songwriter, we are so lucky to have so many incredible live music venues in Victoria.

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“Swanston Triangle” to undergo green renewal

April 12th, 2024 - Sean Car

An unused corner pocket of the CBD located at the intersection of Swanston and Victoria streets will be transformed into a new green open space under a City of Melbourne plan.

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Sally Capp bows out as Lord Mayor on her terms

April 4th, 2024 - Sean Car

Sally Capp, the Lord Mayor who brought a new lease of life, energy, and dynamism to the role at a time when it was needed more than ever, ended weeks of speculation on March 28, announcing she would be resigning come the end of June.

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Since Labor has been in power …

March 20th, 2024 - Evan Mulholland

For almost a decade now, rents in Melbourne have increased by around 58 per cent. You might think it’s just bad luck, but it’s really because Labor hasn’t managed the economy well.

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Councillor raises questions about Greenline costs

March 20th, 2024 - David Schout

City of Melbourne Cr Roshena Campbell says “a lot of people in Melbourne” would see the money spent to date on the Greenline project as “eye-watering”.

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“Chainsaw massacre”: residents condemn Vic Market tree removal

March 20th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Residents are up in arms over early works that have begun to remove a large roundabout with trees next to Queen Victoria Market as part of a plan to “unlock” a proposed $1.7 billion high-rise tower development.

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Council to introduce a First Nations committee

March 14th, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

City of Melbourne councillors have unanimously voted in favour of establishing a First Nations advisory committee (FNC), which will play a crucial role “in the governance of the council”.

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Parliament Reserve suffers from neglect, residents call for action

February 28th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Parliament Reserve, a popular park next to Parliament House, is being subjected to vandalism, bins overflowing, and banned bike riders, according to a concerned life-long resident.

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All are welcome at Camp Sovereignty

February 20th, 2024 - Ellen Sandell

Right in the heart of our city, in between the NGV and Myer Music Bowl, is a patch of land where the remains of First Nations people from 38 clans have been laid to rest. Yet, this place is still, insensitively, called “King’s Domain”.

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