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Ticket prices to rise for Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

Ticket prices to rise for Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

June 5th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Ticket prices for the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) are set to increase by $10 to $50 by 2029, as operating costs continue to rise for the popular event in Carlton.

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Police investigate as heritage terrace in East Melbourne goes up in flames

May 28th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Police are investigating a fire which broke out at an unoccupied building in East Melbourne on May 1.

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Magic Festival casts its spell over Melbourne

May 28th, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

Melbourne Magic Festival (MMF) will return from July 1 to July 13, promising an exciting line-up of mind-blowing local and international magic acts.

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Sod turned for new $6m Ryder Pavilion

May 28th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Work is officially under way to redevelop Parkville’s Ryder Pavilion into a modern, multi-purpose facility.

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Urban Camp marks 40 years

May 28th, 2024 - Georgie Atkins

For the past 40 years, Urban Camp Melbourne has served as a unique bridge between urban and rural lifestyles, offering an extraordinary camping experience right in the heart of the city.

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Training for tomorrow: investing in independence

May 28th, 2024 - Kane Hamilton

In the world of fitness, goals often revolve around the immediate: losing weight, building muscle, or gaining strength.

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Community rallies for Sleep At the ‘G

May 14th, 2024 - Ruixue Su

Thousands of people are gearing up for a night under the stars as Sleep at the ‘G returns this year.

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Police hunt e-scooter rider after knocking elderly woman unconscious

May 9th, 2024 - Brendan Rees

Police are searching for a man after the e-scooter he was riding struck an 81-year-old woman from behind, leaving her unconscious after she attended an AFL match.

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Future climate leaders to the stage in upcoming Wattle Spotlight events

May 7th, 2024 - Inner City News

From VR gaming to political music performances and native bee hotels, young students are developing unique climate solutions for our future. 

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Verdict reserved in class action over demolition of public housing towers

May 1st, 2024 - Brendan Rees

A Supreme Court of Victoria Judge has reserved their decision on the state government’s application to have a class action against the demolition of public housing thrown out.

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