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Welcome to the Port Phillip nine @ Council
Your votes have been counted and we will have nine councillors representing the citizens and ratepayers of Port Phillip. The elected councillors are:
Canal Ward: Tim Baxter, Louise Crawford, Dick Gross
Lake Ward: Katherine Copsey, Andrew Bond and David Brand
Gateway Ward: Bernadene Voss, Marcus Pearl and Ogy Simic.
Congratulations to the elected and bravo to the others for participating. You can see how all the candidates went at the VEC 

Cup eve special @ Memo
Monday 31 October, 8 pm
Rocking with a public holiday to recover – Iconic Australian band The Badloves are joining forces with Chris Wilson and new dynamic Melbourne band Eleven. It’s been over 20 years since the The Badloves and Wilson performed together, and the show is being filmed for an upcoming documentary on The Badloves. Tix and info

Bernard Fanning @ Palais
Monday 31 October, 7.30
Playing his new album, Bernard is supported by warm up acts Dustin Tebbutt and Ainslie Wills.
Tix and info 



Halloween @ various
Monday 31 October
Acland and Fitzroy Streets are  celebrating the night of the scary pumpkin with free stuff for kids and The Addams Family movie in O’Donnell Gardens at 8 pm.
Get the details 

As recorded last week, there plenty of Halloween action in St Kilda. Spooktober @ St Kilda Town Hall  and Luna Dark @ Luna Park

Beach volleyball @ St Kilda Beach
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 6 pm, near Sea Baths
The season runs from October until 30 March 2017. New players, travellers and people without teams are most welcome. No experience required (there are great coaches), just fun in the sun! $80/team = $20/player or $15/student More info 

Anti-Hamlet @ Theatre Works
Thursday 3 Nov until 13 November
There’s never been a better time to be a Dane.
Hamlet is a body without organs. A privileged ingrate, a serial procrastinator, and above all: a desiring machine.
Tix and info





The Amy Winehouse tribute @ Memo
Friday 4 November, 8 pm
Hot off a sell-out show at this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival, Thornbury Theatre and the East Coast, The Amy Winehouse Show – Back To Black returns to the Memo Hall
Tix and info
Sunshine @ Red Stitch
Ends 5 November
Four people have a night they will never forget as two strangers are thrown together through one shocking event. Sunshine is a funny, full-hearted and devastating piece of choral theatre.
Tix and info 

And for the Sisters

Sisters in Crime @ St Kilda Town Hall
SheKilda crime writing convention, 18-19 November
Book early https://www.sistersincrime.org.au/shekilda-3-a-one-day-crime-spree/