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Second fiery leaders’ debate, Russia hit Ukrainian school and Melbourne continue AFL winning streak

by on May 8, 2022 0

Hello. It’s Monday, May 9, and here’s a roundup of the latest news. Leaders face off in second debate Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese faced off in their second campaign leaders’ debate, hosted on the Nine Network. Mr Albanese promised to fix the aged care sector, provide cheaper childcare and...

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In the planning: more HMOs in the Old Town and apartments in the city center among the applications this week

by on May 7, 2022 0

Downtown: Two additional floors could be built on top of an existing three-storey office building in Commercial Street to provide accommodation. But the Swindon Borough Council’s Highways Department and South Swindon Parish Council are not supportive. Developer S Bhatia, from Feltham in Middlesex, has lodged a proposal with council to build seven apartments over...

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Todd Murphy to start Australia A Squad

by on April 29, 2022 0

Victorian spinner Todd Murphy has been selected in Australia’s A team for a tour of Sri Lanka in June after just two Sheffield Shield appearances. The Sri Lankan tour marks the first Australian A-team to travel overseas since the start of COVID-19. Team A will play two one-day matches and two four-day matches. Murphy’s...

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Exile from St Kilda for offenders

by on April 12, 2022 0

Letters from the readers: St Kilda exile for offenders Schedule An icon of a desktop calendar. Cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon of Google’s “G”...

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Inside Neometro-style lofts on Brunswick’s Nine Wilson Avenue

by on March 30, 2022 0

Designed by longtime Neometro collaborators MAArchitects and local landscapers Mud Office, Nine Wilson Ave features two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as Neometro’s signature lofts, which are styled one-bedroom and an early concept of Neometro, which dates back to 1998 when they designed and developed Luxe on St Kilda’s Inkerman Street. With space, flexibility,...

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Scotland’s stunning Outer Hebrides will leave you in awe

by on March 17, 2022 0

This article is sponsored by Visit Outer Hebrides. Emma Simmonds March 17, 2022 Princes Beach (Coilleag a’Phrionnsa), Eriskay / Photo: James Smith Immerse yourself in the fascinating history and intoxicating mystery of these magical islands Whether you’re looking for a stimulating or relaxing getaway, you really can’t beat the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. Situated...

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Cretan Village Festival in Philhellene

by on March 15, 2022 0

Head to the Greek restaurant for an evening of traditional food, wine and beer from the island of Crete, hosted by renowned food writer Sofia Levin. John and Susie Rerakis have been serving Greek cuisine in Melbourne for almost three decades: first at Pireaus Blues, a restaurant they opened in Fitzroy in 1995, and...

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by on March 13, 2022 0

Greek City Times is proud to present a weekly historical snapshotfrom the archives of the national project “In Their Own Image: Greek Australians”by photographer Effy Alexakis and historian Leonard Janiszewski. DR CON CASTAN Since the 1960s, the study of Greek-Australian literature has developed steadily. One of those who carried out his academic investigation during...

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This sapphire always shines brightly

by on March 8, 2022 0

Back Home: Laurel Robinson is back on Yorta Yorta Country. Photo by Megan Fisher Long before Sapphires graced the big screens around the world, winning 26 awards and 27 nominations, the singers were just locals from Shepparton. Yorta women Yorta Beverly Briggs, Naomi Mayers, Lois Peeler and Laurel Robinson composed the original sapphires and...

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Neometro Secures Next Apartment Development Site

by on March 3, 2022 0

Design-focused Melbourne developer Neometro returns to the St Kilda area, securing a prime development site for almost $22 million. The sprawling 5,008m² site in St Kilda East at 97 Alma Road was purchased by Neometro just before Christmas. Neometro Director James Tutton said 2021 was a very significant growth year for Neometro. “We made...

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Bolton Clarke is now Australia’s largest not-for-profit aged care provider

by on February 28, 2022 0

Bolton Clarke has announced that it has completed the acquisition of residential aged care provider Allity, becoming Australia’s largest not-for-profit provider. The acquisition supports Bolton Clarke’s strategy to extend its reach nationally, with the acquisition of Allity increasing its presence in QLD, NSW, VIC and SA. Last month, Bolton Clarke announced it had strengthened...

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Man arrested after electric scooter attack in St Kilda found with ammunition, drugs and explosives

by on February 23, 2022 0

‘Revenge’ speeding Ford driver who made multiple U-turns as he allegedly tried to run over four e-scooter riders is charged and ‘explosives, ammunition and drugs were found in his house” A 33-year-old man was arrested for attempting to injure four pedestrians Police allege the man attempted to run over four electric scooter riders on...

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Discover the hidden highlights of Northern Europe aboard the Seabourn Cruise

by on February 16, 2022 0

Destination: the splendor of Northern Europe During the Nordic summer, Norway, the scattered British Isles, Iceland and Greenland offer a range of cruise destinations as unique and spectacular as anywhere on Earth. Their iceberg-studded fjords and steep cliffs teem with vast colonies of nesting birds and other wildlife. Meanwhile, quaint traditional villages and ancient...

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Zoi Sadowski-Synnott wins New Zealand’s first-ever Winter Olympic gold medal | Winter Olympics Beijing 2022

by on February 6, 2022 0

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott made history by winning New Zealand’s first gold medal at the Winter Olympics, winning the women’s slopestyle title on Sunday morning in smash-and-grab style with a spectacular final that ended the dominance of the United States in the discipline. The 20-year-old, who became an Olympic champion on New Zealand’s national holiday Waitangi...

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F*CKING ANCIENT comes to Adelaide Fringe Festival

by on February 4, 2022 0

Maggie McCormack (Marriage, Hearth Theatre; The Will, Anthropocene Play Company) became tormented and obsessed with not aging in her late teens. Botox, lasers, skincare, wigs, fasting, and even a few trips to the plastic surgeon, all while embarking on a spiritual journey that took her in the opposite direction. Towards its timelessness as a...

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Ten must-see homes for sale in Victoria right now

by on February 4, 2022 0

Make an appointment to inspect this selection of must-see properties. 13 Caraar Creek Lane, Mornington VIC 3931 Hugging Beleura Hill, this glamorous trophy home boasts stunning coastal views with the town looming in the distance. The living areas, terrace and wrap-around pool make the most of the view. Designed to entertain, the home features...

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Neometro’s Nine Wilson Ave, Brunswick Apartments, Secure the Wave of Quick Sales

by on February 1, 2022 0

Design-focused Melbourne developer Neometro has seen early success at Nine Wilson Ave, their latest apartment project in Brunswick’s Jewell Station Village, a multi-stage development that began in 2016. Over 35% of the 73 apartments on offer were purchased during the traditionally quiet Christmas holiday period. Neometro sales manager Andrew Steele said sales were pretty...

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COVID updates: National cabinet meeting ends, case numbers expected to rise when school surveillance begins – as it happened

by on January 26, 2022 0

TAS: the teachers’ union remains concerned The Tasmanian branch of the Australian Education Union is calling on the state government to reconsider its back-to-school plan, which the union says was “underdeveloped”. The union’s David Genford told ABC Radio Hobart he remained concerned about teachers and other staff. “We focused on ventilation, masks and when...

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The 10 Best Scottish Travel Experiences

by on January 25, 2022 0

Hike to the most remote pub on the British mainland It’s a rewarding experience for those who don’t mind getting their boots dirty. The Knoydart Peninsula is literally sandwiched between (the lakes of) heaven and hell (Nevis and Hourn). Kinlochhourn’s 14 winding, marshy miles often feel like hell. An even tougher route traverses the...

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Flight cancellations continue due to bad weather, sick crews

by on December 27, 2021 0

Flight cancellations that disrupted vacation travel continued through Monday, with major U.S. airlines each canceling dozens of flights Through Business Writer TALI ARBEL AP 27 December 2021, 15:49 • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article NEW YORK – Flight cancellations that disrupted vacation travel continued until Monday, with major...

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Roger Squires obituary | Philosophy

by on December 14, 2021 0

My husband, Roger Squires, who died at the age of 81, was an academic philosopher who studied and taught at the University of St Andrews for over 35 years. Roger, the son of newsagents Minnie (née Deeming) and Frank Squires, was born and raised in the small mining village of Polesworth, Warwickshire and Nuneaton,...

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Bolton Clarke goes electric with Ohmie GO

by on November 30, 2021 0

Bolton Clarke became the first retiree village operator to sign with electric vehicle start-up Ohmie GO to provide an electric mobility solution to residents. Ohmie GO is an electric vehicle sharing company that allows people to access recent models of cars, bikes and vans near their building, usually booked on an hourly basis. Under...

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‘Life is getting back to normal’: More COVID-19 restrictions eased in Melbourne

by on November 17, 2021 0

Diners eat outside the Rococo restaurant in St Kilda on the second day of relaxed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) regulations, following a lockdown to curb an outbreak, in Melbourne, Australia, 23 October 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SYDNEY, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Pubs and cafes in Melbourne...

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Parents of students at St Michael’s Grammar in St Kilda, Melbourne, have accused him of body shaming

by on November 16, 2021 0

An elite private school is accused of shaming young students for telling them to ‘cover their shoulders’ when they attend their end-of-year disco St Michael’s Grammar School has been accused of shaming schoolgirls Parents slammed college for asking students to ‘cover their shoulders’ The 6th grade disco invite asked students to cover their shoulders...

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Intercept gun starting to smoke

by on November 11, 2021 0

CARLTON defenseman Charlotte Wilson has an apt way to describe her rapid rise from unproven youngster to established regular defense at Ikon Park. “They say it takes a village to raise a child, but I also think it takes a village to raise an athlete,” Wilson said. women.afl. For the talented 20-year-old, this “village”...

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Grants offer more reasons to love my place

by on November 10, 2021 0

A mural of drag legend and St Kilda identity Renee Scott (1951-2012), which will be painted near the Victorian Pride Center in Fitzroy Street, is also part of this year’s $ 100,000 fundraising fund. This follows a mural by St Kilda cultural legend Mirka Mora funded under the previous LMP cycle, delighting passers-by on...

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Bolton Clarke Expands West – Australian Aging Agenda

by on November 2, 2021 0

Elderly care and retirement home provider Bolton Clarke Group has acquired its Western Australian counterpart Acacia Living Group. Acacia Living Group has three retirement homes, seven retirement villages, two respite centers and home care services in Perth and the Washington State area of ​​southwestern state in Geraldton. Acacia Living Group was previously known as...

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Australian Venue Co acquires three Melbourne pubs

by on October 27, 2021 0

Australian Venue Co (AVC) said it expects a strong economic recovery and record consumer demand this summer after acquiring three new locations in Melbourne. The acquisitions of the Village Belle Hotel in St Kilda, the Ball Court Hotel in Sunbury and the Victoria Hotel in Yarraville bring AVC’s Victorian portfolio to 38 locations. The...

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Melbourne’s 50 most liveable suburbs revealed

by on October 23, 2021 0

The city’s 50 liveliest suburbs – praised for their parks, shops, great schools and more – have been revealed. See the list. Fitzroy, Carlton and East Melbourne are the liveliest suburbs in the city, with inner suburbs being praised for their proximity to parks, shopping, good schools and more. And trendy spots like Northcote,...

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Vaccines hold protest at popular restaurant in St Kilda Melbourne to protest Covid-19 rules

by on October 23, 2021 0

Anti-vaccines gathered at a popular Melbourne restaurant to protest the state’s vaccination rules against Covid. Dozens of protesters lined up in St Kilda’s Acland Street restaurant district on Saturday for a sit-down picnic, calling for an end to “vaccine segregation”. Organizers encouraged protesters via Telegram to rally along the trail, starting at the end...

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Léa Seydoux on ‘No time to die’ and more

by on October 12, 2021 0

The stories of “The French Dispatch” by Wes Anderson take place in the fictional town of Ennui-sur-Blasé. Léa Seydoux – who plays a prison guard who models for an inmate – finds the name hilarious. “It’s so great! This is exactly the image an American can have of the French: they are so bored”Seydoux...

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Rancid Eddie concerts canceled amid controversy, one by booking agency citing group’s “unacceptable behavior”

by on October 7, 2021 0

Some concerts on Rancid Eddie’s 2022 tour have been canceled after the Melbourne band was criticized for “misogynistic” lyrics in their new single “Dry.” The band came under fire last week after releasing their new single ‘Dry’. Many netizens, including other Australian artists, took issue with the song’s lyrical content, calling it “misogynist”. Brisbane’s...

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Drift in ‘out of control’ stamp duties is hurting listings and housing affordability: REIA, SQM Research

by on October 1, 2021 0

Real estate experts say the stamp duty drift is “completely out of control”. See how bad it has become in your city. Australian stamp duty costs are “completely out of control” as “fork creep” reduces the number of homes for sale and fuels affordability problems, real estate experts say. A new report from the...

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Ministry urges owners to vaccinate pets

by on September 28, 2021 0

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will run free rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats throughout northern Durban starting Monday, October 4. The department added that it is mandatory for all pets to be vaccinated against rabies, and failure to do so is illegal and poses a risk to public health. ALSO...

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Victoria earthquake records tremors on east coast, NSW COVID cases increase, Victoria COVID cases increase, Melbourne CFMEU protests continue

by on September 22, 2021 0

The COVID-19 vaccination will be mandatory for all staff in schools and childcare centers and they must have a first dose by October 18, or a reservation during the week, announced the Minister of Education of Victoria and Deputy Prime Minister James Merlino. Staff must be fully immunized by November 29, unless they have...

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The 33 Listed Areas of the UK – How many have you visited?

by on September 19, 2021 0

Cultural sites 1 Industrial landscape of Blaenavon (2000) Blaenavon, in the Avon Llwyd Valley of South Wales, has UNESCO status for its importance in the iron-making and coal-mining industries, making it a historic artefact key to the industrial revolution. 2 Blenheim Palace (1987) Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire was designed by John Vanbrugh. With over...

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Victoria’s exhibition venues include the Alfred Hospital Waiting Room, KFC Thomastown, and Chemist Warehouse Hoppers Crossing

by on September 7, 2021 0

The new locations added to Victoria’s exhibition site list are primarily Level 1 sites and include a KFC, a chemists warehouse, and a hospital waiting room. As of Wednesday morning, there were a total of 953 locations and 16 new level 1 locations were added overnight. Anyone who has visited these sites at the...

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Looking longingly at someone else’s window

by on September 3, 2021 0

The letter from Australia is a weekly newsletter from our Australia office. Register to receive it by e-mail. This week, I looked out of a high-rise apartment window in Tyumen, Russia, through a skylight in Trorod, Denmark, and out of a balcony in Toulouse, France. Not physically, unfortunately. There are a few freezes, a...

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List of Victoria exhibition venues from 1000 venues including the Royal Botanic Garden and other Coles and Woolworths

by on September 2, 2021 0

Victoria’s list of exhibition venues has again swelled to over 1,000 venues and now includes the Royal Botanic Gardens, eleven Coles supermarkets and a dozen new Level 1 venues. As of Friday morning, there were 1,015 sites on the list, which comes a day after the state recorded its largest daily increase in COVID...

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