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Monday 31 August – Sunday 6 September

Paul and Marco celebrate 10 years @ Fitzrovia on Fitzroy Street This Week in St Kilda #231Father’s Day optionsFood, music and carsMeet more Council candidatesZoom forums on arts and childcareNo Pink Cowboys @ local binge worthy product  Fitzrovia turns 10 @ Fitzroy StreetPartners in business (and in life, for 30 years) chef Paul Jewson and Continue reading →

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Monday 24 August – Sunday 30 August

St Kilda Festival the latest but not last COVID casualty This Week in St Kilda #230Friends in Suai, crosswords, Giant Spider Crabs and MEMO replaysCouncil budget waved throughStatewide Council elections go ahead in OctoberFarewells for two much loved locals – Alex Njoo and Allan LovejoyWelcome to seven not so ugly ducklings St Kilda Festival – Continue reading →

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Monday 17 August – Sunday 23 August

#229Hope by the spoonful on Broadway @ Spoonville The young citizens of Spoonville have created a spontaneous celebration of community on Broadway in leafy Elwood. We don’t know who started this or even why, but we do know it’s a joyous celebration. Thanks to local photographer Chris Cassar for the pix.Latest info According to The Age, Continue reading →

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Monday 10 August – Sunday 16 August

#228Rainbow welcomes the new faces of Pride The Pride Centre has the beginnings of a new portico and a new CEO who is a familiar face.COVID restrictions did not stop work on the Pride Centre as the architectural elements of the grand portico were added recently. Reaching out over the Fitzroy Street footpath, the portico Continue reading →

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TWiSK special edition: The extraordinary case of the long-distance CEO

Special TWiSK #227Long distance leadership @ Port Phillip Questions are being asked about the decision by Council CEO Peter Smith to work for an extended period from his ‘other’ home in Adelaide.TWiSK understands that Mr Smith has returned to his home in Adelaide at least twice since the State of Emergency was called in March. Continue reading →

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