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Melbourne restaurateur receives no applications despite offering $13,000 to backpackers

by on May 16, 2022 0

Melbourne’s reputation as the “world’s most locked-down city” during the COVID-19 pandemic is coming back to bite, with backpackers refusing to move to the formerly popular destination. The snub by overseas workers is contributing to serious staff shortages at hospitality venues across the city, with waiters, chefs and bartenders in hot demand. Watch the...

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Editorial and social media internship

by on May 12, 2022 0

Do you live, love and breathe everything related to food, drink, events, art and culture? Are you a creative writer who understands the value of having an online presence, lives for all things restaurants, bars, venues and events, and most importantly has a personality that shines through your writing ? Do you know the...

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French-Mexican chef gives new direction to Lume restaurant in South Melbourne

by on May 6, 2022 0

Experimental fine-dining restaurant Lume has named its third executive chef since the departure of co-founder and chef Shaun Quade in 2018. Diego Huerta Chabert, a 25-year-old of Mexican and French descent and a Michelin-starred pedigree, graduated from senior under leader to replace Elijah Holland. Holland left three months ago to lead the next Loti...

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Victoria’s debt will hit $162 billion by 2025; Tim Pallas Awards Region Victoria, Health Sector; $250 rebate on floating energy bill

by on May 3, 2022 0

John Attard is currently unemployed and living on his savings. The 48-year-old man from St Kilda has decided against getting a COVID-19 vaccination due to his pagan spiritual beliefs. John Attard was “doubtful” that government attempts to get the unemployed back into work would work.Credit:Chris Hopkins He was made redundant from two jobs, one...

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artist with no desire to follow the rules

by on May 3, 2022 0

Vassilieff brought his pupil into contact with artists such as Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan and others associated with patrons John and Sunday Reed. Young Whisson was a marginal member of the Heide Park circle while still learning his craft. He recalled that none of the Expressionists or Social Realists were taken seriously...

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All of Melbourne’s new restaurant, cafe and bar openings have us excited in April 2022

by on April 28, 2022 0

• First Look: The wildly popular Enter Via Laundry supper club transforms into an intimate 20-seat restaurant. The original pop-up at chef Helly Raichura’s house could only seat a handful of diners. Now, after racking up thousands of waiting lists, Raichura serves up 20-course Bengali banquets made with native Australian produce at his first...

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A la carte restaurant Lentil as Anything may have been illegally marketed

by on April 21, 2022 0

Lentil as Anything’s Abbotsford. Source: Lens like anything. Pay-per-view restaurant chain Lentil as Anything – a Sydney and Melbourne foodie destination for vegetarians – may have broken the law by trading for three years when it was “likely” insolvent, administrators say. The social enterprise was founded 21 years ago by Shanaka Fernando, a Sri...

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Benyue Kitchen, a new Chinese restaurant created by Lau’s Family Kitchen Alumni, puts Aberfeldie on the culinary map

by on April 19, 2022 0

As Melbourne emerged from its final lockdown last spring, a different kind of revival was happening at an unassuming restaurant in Aberfeldie, a small suburb within a suburb in the city’s northwest. Eight months after the Cantonese institution of St Kilda Lau’s Family Kitchen closed, chef Yip Wu and three members of his kitchen...

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Order oysters, prawns, whole fish, lobsters and sashimi right to your door with these nine seafood delivery services

by on April 12, 2022 0

Seafood delivery services have boomed in recent years, largely due to shutdowns in major cities. No longer content with the freshness of what is on the supermarket shelves, customers have started buying oysters, lobsters and prawns directly from aquaculturists and fishmongers. In addition to whole fish and fillets for Friday night dinner, these companies...

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Allan Powell Valley | ArchitectureAU

by on April 5, 2022 0

Mainly interested in states of mind in which his creations could immerse people, Allan Powell followed a unique path in architecture. He was delighted when he learned that visiting European architects, who sat in St Kilda’s Di Stasio restaurant (1988) shortly after it opened, took an hour to realize that the alluring interior had...

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AFL 2022: Damien Hardwick blasts Dan Andrews, Richmond vs St Kilda result

by on April 3, 2022 0

AFL coach Damien Hardwick put pressure on Victorian Premier Dan Andrews with an out of the blue attack. Desperate Richmond coach Damien Hardwick has pressured Dan Andrews to scrap close contact restrictions. On Sunday, the PM’s award-winning mentor took aim at the Australian Health Protection Senior Committee’s recommendation not to relax isolation rules for...

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Round 2 v St Kilda

by on March 24, 2022 0

Fremantle Dockers take on St Kilda this Sunday March 27 at Optus Stadium. The bounce is at 3:20 p.m. IMPORTANT ADMISSION INFORMATION – OPTUS STADIUM 2022 Please take note of the steps when entering the stadium on Sunday.1. Wear a mask2. Scan your QR code3. Proof of vaccination4. Scan your tickets LEVEL 2 GOVERNMENT...

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How Lucy broke free from alcohol.

by on March 21, 2022 0

“Lucy, you have to go.” You will leave. You’ll also be leaving other things behind, like your family home, a few low-vibration friendships, and your career in marketing. All of this leaving will be difficult, but you will know that it is a necessary part of intentionally creating a life you love. One you’ll...

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Ramen Park | Melbourne City List

by on March 9, 2022 0

Moonee Ponds just marked a new ramen haven, ramen park is the brainchild of famed Melbourne chefs, Federico Congiu and Manato Deleon. With the changing seasons, there’s never been a better time to find comfort in a hot bowl of ramen noodles. What started as Park projecta secret pop-up on Shujinko Back in lockdown,...

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Rare historic mansion in listed South Yarra

by on March 3, 2022 0

Let’s cut to the chase. The sublime, sophisticated, whimsical, yet beautifully rock-solid vision that is 62 Park Street, South Yarra, is one of the loveliest places we’ve seen in some time. Come here to Askew House for the exquisite stonework, stay for… well, everything else. The property has been renovated by interior designer Julie...

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After 21 years, Pay-What-You-Can restaurant Lentil As Anything is closing its three Melbourne locations

by on February 18, 2022 0

After 21 years, pay-what-you-can vegan restaurant Lentil As Anything will close its three Melbourne locations at the end of the month. The news comes after Sydney’s only store, which opened in 2014, suddenly closed in January. Chef and manager Nishat Merchant arrived at work to find the locks had been changed. “It’s like there...

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Enough personnel, PM, show leadership

by on February 14, 2022 0

A cycle to savorWill Wagner’s Ring cycle be staged in Bendigo? Bring it on! The Adelaide Rings of 1998 and 2004 worked so well because the city was large enough to capture the spirit of the event (relevant museum exhibitions, lectures, dining in cafes and restaurants adjacent to the theater etc.) and yet small...

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Open now: February

by on February 7, 2022 0

Ploos – Sydney, New South Wales Nestled in a row of heritage-listed warehouses in Campbell’s Cove, and just three meters from the water, you’ll find Ploos. Chef and restaurateur Peter Conistis’ new venture, Ploos (which translates to ‘sails’ in Greek) is a take on South Aegean cuisine. Peter, who is the mastermind behind Alpha,...

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Benyue Kitchen Review Aberfeldie Review 2022

by on January 30, 2022 0

Address 365 Buckley Street Aberfeldie, CIV 3040 See the map Opening hours Wed-Mon noon-10:30 p.m. Characteristics Licensed, Accepts reservations Prices Moderate (dishes $20 to $40) Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard Call 03 9337 1991 There is no business like show business, but a family business is better. Melbourne has dozens of must-visit restaurants to prove...

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Dylan Alcott is Australian of the Year; Invasion Day Demonstrations Planned; NSW will record the millionth case of Covid

by on January 25, 2022 0

Hello everyone, this is Mathilde Boseley here today, and wow there is already a lot to say. australian tennis star Dylan Alcott is the 2022 Australian of the Year, receiving the title on the same day as his move to another Australian Open wheelchair final. But, he said in his speech, “winning Grand Slams...

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Australian Open | Food and drink

by on January 19, 2022 0

Game, set, match! The Australian Open kicked off and while tennis is the main event, the best of Australian hospitality comes together in Melbourne Park to create a unique Grand Slam experience. AO22 has progressed this year with menus curated by world-renowned foodies and pop-ups washed down by iconic liquor brands. Melbourne’s cuisine is...

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Pontoon in St Kilda

by on January 18, 2022 0

Pontoon is a glamorous model posing as a breezy beach hut. George Livissianis’ layout, whose stamp is on hip Sydney Apollo joints and the Dolphin Hotel, strikes a nautical-yet-pleasant Scandinavian vibe with consummate ease. Thick rope is wrapped around pillars on the deck, gazing down at the beach a few feet away, while inside...

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Best Gluten Free Restaurants Melbourne 2022

by on January 12, 2022 0

For those with dietary restrictions, this is truly a golden age of dining as the prevalence of menu options and designated locations that can accommodate everything from allergies to intolerances. The gluten-free trend is a serious issue for many people and finding quality dining options can be a tricky feat; luckily for those involved,...

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The Golden Fleece Hotel | South Melbourne

by on January 6, 2022 0

The newly minted Golden Fleece Hotel brings you a piece of Santorini this summer; offering Melburnians the perfect hot-weather escape. Local restaurateurs Isaac Constantine and Zachery Riggs, responsible for South Yarra’s favorite Two Wrongs, have taken over the reins of the 150-year-old pub to create a brand new Greek-inspired oasis. Located a short walk...

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NEWSPORT DAILY – Developer Gurner is not abandoning presence in Port Douglas

by on January 6, 2022 0

This created the opportunity for a proposal with an increased building height that is still able to fit appropriately into the wider landscape and maintain the visual characteristics of the area. The proposed development is “assessable development” as defined in Article 44 of the Land Use Planning Act 2016 and therefore requires assessment against...

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Prime Property: Melbourne’s Best Suburbs

by on December 30, 2021 0

Melbourne is often recognized as one of the best cities to live | Source: Getty Images Frequently on the list of the world’s most livable cities, Melbourne has rightly earned a reputation as a culturally vibrant, exciting and beautiful place to live. Characterized by a thriving cafe culture and culinary scene, people of Melbourne...

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Pizzeria Di Stasio | Carlton

by on December 6, 2021 0

Di Stasio Pizzeria promises chic and relaxed neighborhood meals with a few glamorous touches Melbourne’s (very) long and repetitive COVID-19 shutdowns gave Rinaldo “Ronnie” Di Stasio and Mallory Wall enough time to plan their third location, Di Stasio Pizzeria, in Carlton. Considering that Cafe Di Stasio in St Kilda has been buzzing since 1988...

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The Prince Hotel

by on November 23, 2021 0

Over the years, the hotel formerly known as the Prince of Wales has embodied the character of St Kilda in one building, somewhat absorbing the eclectic personalities of the area into one cohesive body. In a previous life, the top floor housed a seedy boutique hotel. Just below, the Circa Hotel’s restaurant was a...

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Melbourne loosens more virus brakes

by on November 18, 2021 0

Posted: Nov. 18, 2021, 10:30 a.m. | Update: 18 November 2021 19:12:30 Melbourne pubs and cafes can have unlimited patrons from Thursday evening, while stadiums can return to full capacity as authorities lift nearly all remaining Covid-19 restrictions for residents vaccinated in the second plus large city in Australia, reports Reuters. Victoria, the home...

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An additional $ 241 million for the redevelopment of the arts district

by on November 16, 2021 0

Redevelopment plans for Melbourne’s Southbank Arts District continue at a steady pace, with the Victorian government this week announcing an additional investment of $ 241 million for major upgrades to the Melbourne Arts Center. The additional funding so far brings the Andrews government’s total investment in the redevelopment of the compound to $ 1.7...

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The best pubs in Melbourne 2021

by on October 29, 2021 0

To celebrate our 10th anniversary here at Urban List, we ask that you tell us your top 10 lists on our Instagram, and we’re kicking it off with everyone’s favorite establishment, the good ol ‘pub. Some of Melbourne’s best pubs have fed locals for over 150 years. We may have a ways to go...

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How to spend it in … Melbourne

by on October 25, 2021 0

I visited Melbourne for the first time in 2010, to dance the Nutcracker, and I fell in love with the place. When I returned in 2015 to work with the Australian Ballet Artistic Health Team, that initial infatuation turned into love. Last year I made my living in New York City and moved to...

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Victoria records 1,935 cases, 11 deaths as state takes advantage of first weekend out of lockdown

by on October 23, 2021 0

As millions of Victorians took advantage of their first weekend outside the lockdown restrictions, dozens of anti-vaccine protesters flooded a popular food court calling for an end to “vaccine segregation”. Victoria recorded 1,935 COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths within 24 hours at midnight Sunday as vaccinated residents enjoy their first weekend outside of lockdown....

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Melbourne reopens – one last time

by on October 22, 2021 0

Melbourne reopens – one last time Melbourne reopens – one last time We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later. To reject Skip to section navigation Skip to content Skip to footer 32 Pictures Melbourne emerges as the city that has endured the most days of confinement than anywhere else in...

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Musical chefs love to cook the most (and Poh’s Spotify playlist for making you mambo while you make sambo)

by on October 19, 2021 0

Music and cooking… They go together like Fred and Ginger, wink and smile, gin and tonic. Unsurprisingly, with some of us having more time to devote to the latter, we have become a bit obsessed with the former. According to the data team of the music streaming service Spotify, Australians created 63,000 food playlists...

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Victoria COVID cases increase, NSW COVID cases increase, IBAC investigation continues, NSW restrictions set to ease further on October 25, ACT COVID cases increase

by on October 13, 2021 0

The father of Victoria State MP Adem Somyurek was paid to clean his son’s polling station, but failed to perform his duties, the broad-based Independent Anti-Corruption Commission said. A former member of Mr Somyurek’s staff told the Victoria anti-corruption agency on Wednesday that the office was “dysfunctional”, “decrepit, dilapidated … filled with cobwebs”, but...

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Covid and Age – The New York Times

by on October 12, 2021 0

Emily Oster, an economist at Brown University who writes frequently on parenting, published an article in The Atlantic in March that angered many people. The headline was: “Your unvaccinated child is like a vaccinated grandmother. The article argued that Covid-19 tended to be so mild in children that vaccinated parents could feel comfortable stepping...

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Melbourne and Victoria, who suffer the longest Covid lockdown in the world, could FINALLY be free within weeks

by on October 11, 2021 0

How tired Victorians enduring the world’s longest lockdown could FINALLY be free in weeks – as large Melbourne hospital takes unprecedented step to keep Covid patients alive Authorities promise to get Victoria out of lockdown before summer months Health Minister Martin Foley confident to end lockdown in weeks Hospitals create additional intensive care units...

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Melbourne enters its 253rd day of Covid lockdown as NSW is released from strict lockdown measures

by on October 10, 2021 0

With millions of people in New South Wales released from the lockdown on Monday, Melbourne continues its gigantic stay under tough stay-at-home orders, with experts predicting Victoria is heading for 3.00 Covid cases per day. The city is spending its 253rd day of containment since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, with...

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Choose a park for the picnic season

by on October 8, 2021 0

The town of Port Phillip offers many great places to lay a rug and feast on some goodies from the local businesses. Try Catani Gardens where the historic Canary Island palm boulevards line the walking trails, while nearby Fitzroy Street offers plenty of dining options and the Acland Street area is a short walk...

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Victoria SCRAPS Her Most Hated – And Weirdest – Covid Rule On Outdoor Masks

by on October 8, 2021 0

Victoria’s most hated and bizarre Covid restriction ends at midnight Friday – the requirement to wear a face mask even while drinking beer or wine. Victoria’s director of health, Brett Sutton, described the change, made at Friday’s Covid briefing, as “small but significant” as the state prepares to allow more freedom outside. “At midnight...

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Best charcoal chicken in 2021

by on September 22, 2021 0

Charcoal Chicken is that delicious, reliable friend that you always have in your back pocket. Too tired to cook? On the way for a picnic? The roasted humble chook is a treat for everyone. But not all charcoal chickens are created equal, some excel above others – more succulent, crispier skin, and stuffed to...

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The 33 Best Des Moines Restaurants

by on September 9, 2021 0

Iowa isn’t just about fried food on a stick, bulk meat Maid-Rite sandwiches, and presidential hopeful photo ops at the Iowa State Fair. A tour will tell you that there is more to Hawkeye State than cornfields and corn dogs. With foodie destinations like Lua Brewing and Clyde’s Fine Diner, local food brands like...

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The Bajo | Melbourne urban list

by on September 7, 2021 0

Melbourne’s love for Japanese cafe culture continues to roll with Le Bajo. Honestly you can’t swing a shokupan bread in this city without touching an incredibly cool Tokyo-style layout. Fair appeal though – Bajo isn’t your typical Japanese cafe. Unlike Hibiki, Saint Dreux and Cibi, this place is more kitsch than trendy. An Indonesian...

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