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New life for Fitzroy Street

by on November 15, 2021 0
The second extension of the Renew program is in the form of a gallery and several new restaurants are opening in Fitzroy Street and the Victorian Pride Center (VPC), already a major landmark for locals and visitors, recently reopened after the locking. RFS’s new property, 77 Fitzroy Street, is easily recognizable as it has... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

Over 130 new locations participate in the 2021 Eat Drink Design Awards

by on September 7, 2021 0
Owners of new restaurants, cafes, bars and hotels across the country have defied the misery of COVID-19 lockdowns and towering economic uncertainties to invest millions of dollars in their design and furnishings. Completely unexpected result, the Eat Drink Design Awards 2021 registered an almost record number of admissions. “We were really, really impressed and... Read More

Melbourne cluster homeless sex worker disappeared for hours after testing positive for Covid

by on August 20, 2021 0
A homeless sex worker at the center of Melbourne’s mysterious Covid cluster disappeared for hours after testing positive for Covid Melbourne sex worker disappeared after testing positive for Covid A woman from St Kilda presented to the emergency room earlier this week and tested positive The close contact also tested positive. It is unclear... Read More

Vic COVID Update: Pacific Werribee and Altona Gate Malls, Woolworths, Coles, IKEA, KFC on Exhibit Site List

by on August 20, 2021 0
An animal hospital near Melbourne airport and a daycare center in the city’s north have both been listed as high-risk COVID-19 exposure sites. The exposure list grew throughout Friday, as most of the 55 new daily cases were in the community while they were infectious. MyCentre Child Care in Broadmeadows has been listed... Read More

Victorian COVID-19 cases see Coles and Aldi supermarkets listed as exhibition sites as town wakes up to tighter lockdown

by on August 16, 2021 0
The number of COVID-19 exposure sites in Victoria is approaching 550 after four supermarkets, several public toilets and a 7-Eleven were added overnight. Notably, buyers from a Coles supermarket in south Melbourne and an Aldi in the north of the city have been identified as close contacts of a confirmed case and are... Read More

Playground closures, COVID-19 curfew and Melbourne lockdown extended

by on August 16, 2021 0
“Let’s not kid ourselves. There were violations, there were people who broke the rules; it puts us all in danger. Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien said the tightening of restrictions was a “very dark day for Victoria” “Extending the lockdown was still on the agenda,” Mr. O’Brien said. “Reimpose curfews, close playgrounds? My God,... Read More

Hotel plans unveiled for Melbourne Gothic Church

by on July 5, 2021 0
Melbourne-based developer Tim Gurner has stepped up efforts in the hotel industry, planning plans for his second boutique hotel in central Melbourne. In its latest purchase, the developer acquired a historic old bluestone church and former Sunday school hall site at 145-151 High Street in Prahran. The sites, acquired off the market for an... Read More

The 10 Best Italian Restaurants in Melbourne

by on May 18, 2021 0
You will find some of Australia’s best Italian restaurants in Melbourne. In fact, some of the best the world has to offer on this side of the equator. And it’s not just my Melburnian snobbery that speaks. Melbourne’s famous “pizzaiolos” Johnny Di Francesco (400 Gradi, 2014), Silvio Serpa (Pizzaly, 2016) and Michele Circhirillo... Read More