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Since Labor has been in power …

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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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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Reflecting on Australia Day

February 1st, 2024 - Evan Mulholland

With another Australia Day now past us, we have an opportunity to reflect on our nation and the reasons why it cherished by so many of those who live here, those who have decided to call Australia home and the many millions more who wish to do.

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Renters getting a rough go under Labor

November 21st, 2023 - Evan Mulholland

If you’ve had the misfortunate of attending a rental inspection in Melbourne, you’re not alone.

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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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A better balance on heritage

September 20th, 2023 - Evan Mulholland

Recently, the City of Melbourne has been working with consultants to conduct a review of heritage protection in North Melbourne. The Planning Panel’s report raises questions over where our priorities should lie.

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Labor’s broken harm minimisation model threatens community safety

August 23rd, 2023 - Evan Mulholland

Recent speculation that a medically supervised injecting room will be located at the Salvos at the top of Bourke St demonstrates the Andrews Government’s disregard for our community.

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Our pressure on Labor to regulate short-stays and address the housing crisis is working

August 23rd, 2023 - Ellen Sandell

The CBD is a great place to live. But residents are rightfully frustrated by the lack of affordable housing and the ever-increasing amount of short-stay accommodation dominating our suburbs.

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Parking woes

July 26th, 2023 - Evan Mulholland

The latest solution in search of a problem from the City of Melbourne quietly kicked off in July, with a new Sunday and late-night parking ticket regime for Melbourne’s CBD. 

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A win for our forests: Victoria bans native forest logging

June 21st, 2023 - Ellen Sandell

Melbourne is renowned for having some of the best drinking water of any city in the world.

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Where to from here?

August 25th, 2021 - CBD News
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