The owners responsible for the illegal demolition of Carlton’s Corkman Irish Pub have been ordered to pay $250,000 in legal costs, fined $150,000 and sentenced to one month in prison for failing to comply with an order from the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).
Restaurants, cafes, and bars across the inner city are “reaping the rewards” of a discount scheme designed to lure diners back to the city.Read More
After an extended lockdown, curfew, density limits and countless trading restrictions, Carlton’s night-time economy is struggling to return to its former glory.Read More
$2.5 million snapped up in dining vouchers as visitors “pour back” into city
This month, we’re featuring a piece by budding Carlton artist Suzanne Hood. Can you guess which Carlton buildings these are?
In preparation for the 2022 academic year, fully vaccinated international students will be allowed to return to Melbourne from December without having to endure a quarantine period.Read More
After paying more than $3.2 million to purchase Carlton’s historic Dan O’Connell Hotel, Fitzroy Community School (FCS) has secured a permit from the City of Melbourne to build a new primary school for 85 students.Read More
One of Melbourne’s biggest COVID vaccinations hubs, the Royal Exhibition Building, had a steady trickling of people when Inner City News visited in late April.Read More