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North Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell backs coach David Noble; St Kilda’s Jack Higgins concussion return stalled

by on May 24, 2022 0

The Dockers said the case involving Riewoldt in 2019, where he was fined $1,500 on the lowest misconduct charge for his tackle on Bayley Fritsch, was most relevant to Switkowski. Selwood was offered a one-match ban for his dangerous tackle on North Melbourne’s Sam Wright in 2015, while Judd was banned for four matches...

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Key Tigers back, Petty sidelined for Dees | Busselton-Dunsborough Courier

by on April 28, 2022 0

Richmond reunited with Dylan Grimes and Kane Lambert for their West Coast clash, while Melbourne’s Harrison Petty joined three teammates and coach Simon Goodwin in COVID-19 isolation. Co-captain Grimes returns from a hamstring injury for Friday’s match at Perth while Lambert, utility Sydney Stack and youngster Maurice Rioli will play their first games of...

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Key Tigers back, Petty sidelined for Dees | Flinders News

by on April 28, 2022 0

Richmond reunited with Dylan Grimes and Kane Lambert for their West Coast clash, while Melbourne’s Harrison Petty joined three teammates and coach Simon Goodwin in COVID-19 isolation. Co-captain Grimes returns from a hamstring injury for Friday’s match at Perth while Lambert, utility Sydney Stack and youngster Maurice Rioli will play their first games of...

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Amusement ride safety reminder as industry reopens

by on April 13, 2022 0

Already this year, WorkSafe has carried out 279 inspections at events – including the Grand Prix, Moomba, St Kilda Festival and the Australian Open – and issued an improvement notice for inadequate passenger door protection of a merry-go-round. WorkSafe also sent an improvement notice to a ride operator last November after patrons became stranded...

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Big changes in city life in Melbourne’s CBD

by on April 7, 2022 0

Melbourne may have been on hold for two years, but with the easing of pandemic restrictions, the city is getting back on track. Large residential developments are complemented by arts district improvements and multiple green space initiatives that will propel Melbourne’s famous livability benchmarks. These are the iconic attractions and upcoming developments in each...

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Dunedin’s playgrounds for a new breath of life

by on April 7, 2022 0

An upgrade of Dunedin’s playgrounds has begun. Bathgate Park, College St and Karitane playgrounds will be closed for three months for the duration of the work, but delays associated with importing equipment could push back the completion date. Bathgate Park playground in South Dunedin is getting a $385,000 overhaul and equipment there will include...

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How to plan your first trip to Australia

by on April 6, 2022 0

If you’ve never been to Australia, you’re in for a treat. Here are some of the best trips to introduce yourself to the country Iimpossible not to spend a holiday in Australia, impossible not to want to return there either, with surprises in all regions to tempt newcomers. This high-value country is so easy...

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Shane Warne’s booth unveiled as family and friends pay their respects at CWM memorial service

by on March 30, 2022 0

Shane Warne’s father, brother and three children all delivered touching eulogies at his State Memorial Service at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Shane Warne’s family bid farewell to private funeral Shane Warne received an emotional and touching welcome from family, friends and...

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‘The seats aren’t comfortable, but you’ve got a beer’: Readers’ favorite tram rides | City breaks

by on March 24, 2022 0

Winning trip: A small drink in a tram pub, Helsinki Helsinki has a small and convenient tram system, with the exception of the beautiful SpåraKoff “pub” tram: a bright red single carriage that circles the city, serving mostly beer and “long drinks” (gin and grapefruit soda; please try the long drink) to passengers. It...

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MCG State Memorial Date Set for March 30

by on March 8, 2022 0

Loading Warne’s famous singing friends Chris Martin and Ed Sheeran are eager to attend and might perform. Mick Jagger was also touted as a potential entrant. Mr Andrews said details of the memorial service were still being finalized, including the need to follow all COVID-19 health and safety protocols. He said there would be...

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Geelong Private Medical Center resold

by on February 28, 2022 0

The Geelong property contains 4937 square meters of land area and 174 parking lots. A Chinese syndicate has sold the Geelong Private Medical Center held for five years. The four-story asset, 73-79 Little Ryrie Street, sources say is trading with a Melbourne investor for just over $30 million, reflecting a market yield of less...

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Unique things to try in Nairobi, Kenya

by on February 24, 2022 0

Nairobi is a destination suited to adventurous travellers, and these once-in-a-lifetime things are tailor-made for the holidays. Nairobi is an exciting capital of Kenya as it contains a plethora of hidden gems and adventures to explore and enjoy. Tourists will be welcomed by many attractions such as waterfalls, national wildlife parks, nightclubs, shopping markets,...

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VFL Practice Match Report: Carlton v Sandringham

by on February 24, 2022 0

THE CARLTON Reserves put on a valiant performance against Sandringham but ultimately fell short by 24 points. After the visitors burst blocks, the Blues well and truly went into the third term, drawing a solitary point leading into the final term. However, the Saints finished the game as the stronger of both sides, ultimately...

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Photos Age of the week, February 13, 2022

by on February 12, 2022 0

Photos Age of the week, February 13, 2022 Photos Age of the week, February 13, 2022 We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later. To reject Skip to section navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer 20 Pictures Follow us on twitter The Age of Twitter Photography Do you like our photos? Selected...

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Myrtha Pools Announces Appointment of New Business Development Manager for Australia and New Zealand

by on February 10, 2022 0

Myrtha Pools has welcomed Yvette Audet as the new Business Development Manager for Australia and New Zealand. Well known in the aquatics industry, Audet brings its expertise and networks to the international leader in swimming pool construction and will work with the long-established Myrtha Pools team in Australia and New Zealand to develop the...

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at least 45 Covid deaths recorded nationally; Qld says using ADF to evacuate aged care facilities is ‘a last resort’

by on February 6, 2022 0

Services on Sydney’s west-central light rail network will soon resume after cracks in trams forced their suspension, but the Opposition warns the ‘transport saga’ is not over, AAP reports . The line was closed in November after cracks were discovered in the wheel arches of 12 tram sets. New South Wales Minister of Transport,...

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Not one, not two, but potentially three children’s playground ‘destinations’ for Dunedin

by on January 27, 2022 0

STACY SQUIRES / Stuff Hohan Ko and daughter Lucy Uri enjoying a water feature at Margaret Mahy Playground in Christchurch. A trio of ‘destination’ children’s playgrounds similar to Christchurch’s Margaret Mahy playground could be built in Dunedin. Dunedin City Council will meet next week – via audiovisual link – to discuss options under its...

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anti-Semitism Australia: Jewish people targeted by far-right groups

by on January 27, 2022 0

It’s something many Australians think would never happen here, but these disturbing photos show a very real problem. WARNING: Distressing content. WARNING: Contains distressing images. As you read this, Jewish and non-Jewish communities come together to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, designated by the UN to coincide with the anniversary of the liberation of...

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Fairy visit, and much more

by on January 11, 2022 0

Fun in the Sun: A visit to the beach is always fun to include on a family day trip. Photo by asfg Isn’t it a perfect summer for day trips? Everything is possible. It’s neither too hot nor too cold and there has been enough rain to keep everything looking lush, green and inviting....

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AFLW Season 6 Begins

by on January 7, 2022 0

The AFL has communicated a revised set of protocols to AFLW clubs for all players and essential staff ahead of the first round of the NAB AFL 2022 women’s season which begins tonight. The revised protocols put precautionary measures in place and are designed to minimize risk to clubs, players, officials and the community...

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Covid cases rise in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania as AS clinic sends erroneous test results, Qld tightens mask rules

by on January 1, 2022 0

The AAP reports that the Australian Minister of Commerce, Dan Tehan, hailed the entry into force of a key regional partnership, saying it gives farmers and businesses access to the world’s largest free trade agreement. The regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement (RCEP) comes into effect on Saturday for Australia, New Zealand, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia,...

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Strata committees in apartment buildings rush to modernize electric vehicle chargers, even with a single user

by on December 29, 2021 0

Two parking spaces at The Horizon in Darlinghurst have become charging points for electric vehicles.Credit:Jessica Hromás As a result, operating costs are three to four times lower than gasoline-powered cars, and with overseas automakers quickly switching to EVs and cars no longer produced domestically, Australia needs to keep up with the rhythm. The issues...

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Skipping Girl complex sold to developer

by on December 21, 2021 0

Skipping Girl Place occupies a 2,971 square meter block on the banks of the Yarra River. Little Audrey – also known as the Vinegar Skipping Girl Sign – will be attached to a taller tower as part of longer-term plans from its new owner, Orled Properties. The National Trust-listed exhibit and the three-story building...

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New and completed projects in 2021

by on December 20, 2021 0

Despite the upheavals of 2021, Parks Victoria has continued with a series of exciting projects to help connect people with nature – something we’ve all grown to appreciate more this year! Here’s a recap of some of our favorites. Grampians Peaks Trail Put on your hiking boots! The epic Grampians Peaks Trail was completed...

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Gurner and Qualitas unveil $300m build-to-let tower in St Kilda

by on December 15, 2021 0

After completing a fundraising campaign, the Gurner-Qualitas partnership has a war chest of $1.2 billion to accelerate the construction of 1,700 apartments and finance the acquisition of other assets to be built in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. “With strong demand expected from institutional investors for high-quality built-to-let assets over the coming years, our goal...

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Barwon rushes to the tower of St Kilda Road

by on December 8, 2021 0

The St Kilda Road office contains 7,207 square meters over 12 floors. Barwon Investment Partners has acquired 607 St Kilda Road for its Healthcare Property Fund (HPF). The price – C $ 75 million – exceeds expectations by about 10%, valuing each square meter of building area at more than $ 10,100. It also...

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Middle Brighton Pier open for summer

by on December 7, 2021 0

The wait is over for lovers of sunset walks, swimming and sailing with vital repairs to Middle Brighton Pier now complete and public access restored in time for summer. A ten-month work program reinforced a 340-meter section of pier piles and ties and replaced deteriorating deck hatches between the foreshore and the entrance to...

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Break down barriers to access to the beach

by on December 7, 2021 0

Our free program aims to remove the barriers preventing people with disabilities from enjoying a day at the beach and has been strongly supported by the Port Melbourne and St Kilda Rescue Clubs and Life Saving Victoria since 2017. Paul Mapley, executive committee member of the Port Melbourne Life Saving Club, said club volunteers...

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Middle Brighton Pier reopens in time for summer

by on December 5, 2021 0

The Andrews Labor government has completed repair and strengthening work on Middle Brighton Pier, with the local attraction reopening to the community in time for the summer. Completion of the jetty follows an extensive 10-month work program to reinforce a 340-meter section between the foreshore and the entrance to the marina and replace deteriorated...

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Tasman Holiday Parks unveils $300m expansion plan

by on November 19, 2021 0

Among the latest acquisitions is Christchurch TOP10 Holiday Park, a 277-site park with camping and caravan sites as well as chalets and short-term holiday sites. Milne said the location’s strong development was positive and the strategic location aligned with its portfolio of quality assets in iconic destinations. “The recent easing of restrictions has led...

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Soon the new St Kilda pier

by on November 17, 2021 0

Work on the new St Kilda Pier will begin soon with the appointment of the main construction partner following a two-stage public tender process. Simpson Constructions to complete $ 53 million Redevelopment of St Kilda Pier project with off-site work starting shortly. Construction along the existing St Kilda Pier is expected to begin in...

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St Kilda’s new pier is coming soon

by on November 16, 2021 0

Work on the new St Kilda Pier will begin soon with the appointment of the main construction partner following a two-stage public tender process. Ports and Freight Minister Melissa Horne today announced that Simpson Constructions will complete the $ 53 million St Kilda Pier redevelopment project and that off-site work will begin shortly. Construction...

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The name of an Australian ‘slave owner’ removed from national park

by on November 14, 2021 0

A New South Wales The national park should be renamed following a request from indigenous communities. Ben Boyd National Park, on the state’s south coast, was named after a Scottish landowner who was involved in the historic practice of ‘blackbirds’, which involved coercing people – usually Pacific Islanders and Indigenous Australians – through deception...

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Accessible members of your local community

by on November 11, 2021 0

Melbourne indie pop outfit Accessible members of your local community just released their great new song, ‘Just Say It’, this week. It’s a song marked by transition: their new member, Sage Mellet, takes over the lead vocals, a first not only for her but for the group as a whole. Things might be different,...

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Play your part for a safe summer

by on November 9, 2021 0

Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to our foreshore every year during the warmer months. The numbers are likely to be even higher this summer, as some people who may have gone interstate or overseas for vacations may decide to stay in Victoria due to continued travel uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic. Still known...

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Melbourne attractions reopen this weekend

by on November 5, 2021 0

“While we were closed our gentoo penguins nested, so new aquarium visitors will see all of our beautiful gentoo penguins on their nest incubating their eggs, which is very exciting,” Ms. Le Hunt said. . An adult gentoo penguin with a chick at the Melbourne Sea Life Aquarium. The Melbourne Museum in Carlton opened...

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Alfred rents the entire St Kilda Rd building

by on November 2, 2021 0

Alfred Health rented an entire office on seven levels adjoining his Prahran hospital. The eight-year commitment to 541 St Kilda Road (pictured, top) – 8,247 square meters and 126 parking lots – fills the rental recently vacated by Seek. Kenny Thorburn of Thorburn Commercial and Ben McKendry of Cushman & Wakefield represented the owners...

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Will the dead end location appeal to buyers?

by on November 1, 2021 0

When the Queensland government proposed a new model code for neighborhood design that would see grid streets replace dead ends as the preferred design style, the community’s response was loud and clear: let the cul- de-sac beloved alone. Over 20,000 responses to the proposed code were received during the community consultation period in 2019,...

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St Kilda Foreshore Alcohol Ban Begins Today

by on November 1, 2021 0

Alcohol is prohibited along the St Kilda Foreshore from November 1 to March 31. Beach and foreshore reserves (including Catani Gardens) from Langridge Street to Thackeray Street are included in the ban. Alcohol restrictions on the St Kilda Foreshore now include all sealed and unopened containers. Visitors and residents can still drink responsibly on...

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Architecture was his life and his passion

by on October 31, 2021 0

In 1970 the firm moved to a pair of remodeled playhouses in Wallace Avenue, Toorak, where it continues to this day under the direction of Dale and Marjorie’s son, Dale junior. During this time, the practice undertook an enviable range of work nationwide that included office towers, hotels, motels, reception centers, shopping malls, ski...

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3 new books on nature and the environment explore the effect of humans on the landscape – Orange County Register

by on October 30, 2021 0

This week’s books section features some interesting works involving the natural world: a YA book on a California wildfire; a reissue of an 80-year-old novel about a storm hitting the west coast and a non-fiction work about our most precious resource, water. Before we get there, however, there are a few other titles we’d...

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Caterers and picnic planners get in the saddle for a big spring running carnival (plus last minute baskets to order for the house)

by on October 27, 2021 0

“Everyone’s pretty over the top right now,” says Sophie Storen of Cookes Food. His catering business has seen bookings for private events during Spring Carnival soar, now that people can congregate in or out of their homes. Throughout next week, Storen will be sending servers and chefs to backyard parties for as few as...

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We need our parks

by on October 23, 2021 0

Catchy and meaningless wordsThe marketer’s oft-repeated phrase “technology, not taxes” ticks all the boxes.Only three words with a catchy alliteration and the juxtaposition of two essential truths. Technology will be what solves the climate crisis and no one likes paying taxes. As the trivial distractions go away, it’s smart, cunning, and sharp. But can...

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Two dead in frenzy of shooting at Monash University

by on October 19, 2021 0

Loading One of the injured, a 30-year-old man with abdominal injuries, was in critical condition at Alfred Hospital last night after being airlifted from the university. Four other people, including Dr Gordon-Brown, were also taken to hospital with gunshot wounds. A woman was shot in the jaw and others suffered multiple injuries, including a...

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Management Services – Danny Fawley Center for Health and Wellness at St Kilda Football Club, Moorabbin

by on October 13, 2021 0

The St Kilda Football Club seeks proposals, through an expression of interest (EOI) process, from organizations qualified for the management services of the Danny Frawley Center for Health and Wellbeing (DFC). The DFC will be located at the home of the St Kilda Football Club (STKFC), RSEA Park, on Linton Street in Moorabbin. Respondents...

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Two St Kilda Road offices for sale

by on October 10, 2021 0

Pasino Investments paid Centuria $ 28.5 million for 607 St Kilda Road. Two St Kilda Road offices bought by separate parties a few months apart in 2012 hit the market this week. The furthest from town – China-backed Pasino Investments sells # 607 – an asset acquired for $ 28.5 million from Centuria, which...

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MAP: Six Dundee playgrounds to be upgraded

by on October 2, 2021 0

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NSW COVID cases increase, Victoria COVID cases increase, ACT COVID cases increase, NSW restrictions ease, Victoria vaccination rate hits 80% target

by on September 27, 2021 0

Bundjalung man Raymond King says fear made him change his mind about the COVID-19 vaccination, as he watched cases increase among residents in his neighborhood in Sydney’s southern interior. “It was the fear factor, that’s the honest truth. In all honesty, I was against . I was against it for a long time...

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On the eve of a grand finale of the AFLM unlike any other, can the shadow of the pandemic make us tend towards something better?

by on September 23, 2021 0

On the last Saturday in September of each year, many people in Melbourne, and even in all of Australia and even in foreign countries, are stricken with a strange infirmity. Thus wrote the Australian historian Manning Clark in 1981. He was talking about the grand final of the Victorian Football League competition (men). Of...

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Melbourne is littered with dozens of Nazi stickers following anti-vaxxer protest

by on September 22, 2021 0

The rioters who turned Melbourne into a battleground left dozens of white supremacist stickers in their wake. A non-Protestant Melburnian was disgusted to find stickers in nearby Westgate Park the next morning, reading “Australia for the White Man”. “If you’ve got five minutes free and you’re close to Westgate Park, it’s absolutely littered with...

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Four architectural firms selected to design Melbourne’s new NGV Contemporary

by on September 19, 2021 0

Four major architectural and multidisciplinary design teams have been shortlisted to take the next step of the NGV Contemporary Design Competition, bringing the project – “Australia’s largest cultural infrastructure project ever” – one step closer to construction. The Victorian government announced today that John Wardle Architects, Field, Angelo Candalepas and Associates and Open Weave...

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Covid-19 Victoria: the state will see 18,000 cases of Covid in a few weeks and 800 people in hospital

by on September 9, 2021 0

Entire Victorian families test positive for Covid before a member even knows they are infected with the virus. Concerned health officials blame the discovery as the reason the state’s rapidly spreading Delta epidemic is on track to reach 18,000 active cases in a matter of weeks. “We find cases where entire households are positive...

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Federal government seeks office in Melbourne

by on August 29, 2021 0

The federal government has quietly issued a major requirement to lease office space in Melbourne. The Commonwealth is looking for between 20,000 and 25,000 square meters of Category A space within a three-mile radius of the GPO, meaning Abbotsford, Cremorne, Footscray, St Kilda Road and South Yarra could be considered. However, given that a...

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Quicksand for the good of the city

by on August 28, 2021 0

Over a thousand sand trucks are stored to restore the dunes and replenish the beaches on the south coast of Dunedin. Sand from a residential development site in Tomahawk has been secured by Dunedin City Council and is stored next to the sports fields in Tahuna Park. A second storage site is planned at...

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List of nominees for the 2021 AFL MVP Award

by on August 26, 2021 0

The AFL Players Association has revealed all of the contenders vying for the 2021 MVP awards. The Players Union on Thursday released the nominees for MVP, Best Freshman and Courageous Awards. Scroll down to see the full list of nominees Watch all the 2021 Toyota AFL Finals Series matches before the Grand Final. Live...

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Northbank Melbourne transformation project

by on August 23, 2021 0

Melbourne City Council is moving forward with the historic Greenline initiative which is expected to cost up to $300 million and is expected to inject $1 billion in activity into our economy. The Greenline initiative will create a four kilometer continuous green link at Northbank, located on the north side of the Yarra River,...

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COVID-related tensions trigger wave of snark

by on August 22, 2021 0

The streets of St Kilda in Port Melbourne is a bit like living on Sesame Street. As you stroll along the waterfront or weave your way through the streets, you will usually see someone you know from the local sport, school community, cafes, or parks. These seaside suburbs encourage an outdoor lifestyle.Credit:Getty These seaside...

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Movement levels in Victoria reach coronavirus lockdown highest, Google data shows

by on August 19, 2021 0

Professor Baxter said that as draconian as the reintroduced curfew and closed playgrounds seemed, it sent a strong message to people that collective behavior needed to change. “The number one problem is that people’s mental health is suffering and they are exhausted,” she said. “What mainly motivated this was not glaring events. These are...

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NSW COVID cases increasing, Victoria COVID cases increasing, ACT COVID cases increasing, Taliban-Afghanistan takeover continues, Sydney lockdown continues, New Zealand lockdown begins, lockdown of Melbourne continues

by on August 18, 2021 0

A West Sydney mayor defended his council’s decision to close children’s play areas and outdoor gym equipment, although NSW Health does not recommend such a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 . Blacktown City Council Mayor Tony Bleasdale said NSW Police requested the closure through his representatives on the Mount Druitt-based council emergency...

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