Category: Victoria

La Niña gives way to El Niño’s heat for bumper season

From the Herald Sun AFTER two years of wet and wild weather the sun is finally preparing to shine

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Melbourne’s thirst for quality set to implode industry?

From The Age High-profile cafe and restaurant owners are being bombarded with calls from developers keen to secure a "destination"

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Aussie ingenuity could solve the world’s water woes

From Kenneth Davidson, senior columnist at The Age, Melbourne "The solution to the world's shortage of fresh water to provide

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Rigged industry: Vic taxi drivers only get $7-$13 p/h on the books

From The Australian "Taxis are too dirty and expensive, and drivers are not customer-friendly enough to meet passengers' expectations. These are

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Camperdown VIC’s grand park plan

From The (Warrnambool) Standard, Victoria THE Camperdown play space is set to become a drawcard for the town, with steering

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Great Ocean Road turns 80

The Great Ocean Road is celebrating its 80th birthday in November 2012, this year proving 1932 was a very

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Consensus: Kewell & Del Piero exposed their coaches

From James Rosewarne of theroar.com.au "Crook and Durakovic landed their jobs with resumes which really weren’t good enough for the

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More apartments in Docklands?

ONE of Australia's biggest private developers, the Buxton family's MAB Corp, is on the hunt for equity partners for

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Dog-friendly speed dating draws niche crowd

DOG lovers are a special breed - and now they have the chance to speed-date each other with their

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St Kilda residents beating down operators

From The Age, 18th October 2012 Traders in Acland Street say they fear a council ruling banning amplified music outdoors

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