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In the 19th and early 20th centuries, a policeman patrolling the inner suburbs of Melbourne could only call for assistance or report a crime if he could reach a telephone or call-box.
The first woman nominated for Australian parliament, Vida Goldstein, will be honoured with a statue in a historic move that aims to close the gap on gender inequality of statues in the City of Melbourne.Read More
In 2001 author Caroline Petit toured the house and grounds of Mayfield, a 12-room mansion in Mordialloc, built by François Louis Nompar de Caumont La Force, the Count of Castelnau. He was appointed Consul-General to France in Melbourne in 1864.Read More