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Monday 27 July – Sunday 2 August

#225ANAM crosses over to the Abbotsford Convent The Australian National Academyof Music (ANAM) will relocate to the Abbotsford Convent for at least three years after it was discovered that the South Melbourne Town Hall needed more fundamental remedial works. ‘We’ll be back’ was the clear message from Nick Bailey, ANAM General Manager, last week when Continue reading →

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Monday 20 July – Sunday 26 July

#224Mask-up, pause and know that St Kilda cares Council has a $160M scheme for St Kilda Marina Three independent Liberals join race for CouncilClick and collect is back @ LibraryEntries open @ Linden Postcard Show 20/21We’re rubbish at recycling, sad but trueMore live music @ Memo onlineHundreds of local business are still open Mandatory fashion statementDIY Continue reading →

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Monday 13 July – Sunday 19 July

#223A winter of heartbreak and take-aways Abbey Road, a popular good time venue on Acland Street was set to re-open on Wednesday last week. Bar stocked, produce ordered, staff rostered – everything set for a heartfelt re-opening. But COVID had other ideas and it was not to be.The note of the door said it all. Continue reading →

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Monday 6 July – Sunday 12 July

#222Living with a pandemic: Two steps forward, one step back? Closed until further notice @ Port PhillipAll Council-managed and bookable community facilities, including town hall auditoriums, will remain closed until further notice, pending further advice from the Victorian Government. This also applies to Council ASSIST service counters at St Kilda Town Hall, South Melbourne Town Continue reading →

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Council election fact file

Click here to meet the candidates TWiSK council election fact file An independent guide to the Port Phillip Council elections.TWiSK is always free, proudly independent and totally self-funded.If you have any concerns or suggestions, please contact Greg Day gday@gdaystkilda.com.au Quick facts everyone needs to know # 1 Council elections in Victoria are held every four Continue reading →

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