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  1. Better late than never: Melbourne's public transport good to go on GoogleRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Melbourne is perhaps days away from being able to use Google Maps to plan a public transport journey across the city - something that can already be done in every other capital in the country - after the Andrews government released key timetable data on Monday. The release, in the GTFS format Google uses to provide information on how to use public transport to get around scores of cities around the world, will bring Victoria in line with the rest of Australia, several years after other states released the data to app developers.


  2. Melbourne couple behind food charity SecondBite receives World Economic Forum awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Ian and Simone Carson of food charity SecondBite, with CEO Elaine Montegriffo . The Melbourne couple have been named the World Economic Forum's social entrepreneurs of the year.


  3. New market study, "Gucci Australia Pty Ltd in Luxury Goods (Australia)", has been publishedRead the original story

    Saturday |

    The company has plans to open a third store in Melbourne in the state's central business district and is expanding its Melbourne store on Collins Street. Gucci will also focus on its digital strategy, having launched an online store in 2012, and may consider expanding its online offering to include its ready-to-wear collection.


  4. Melbourne bursting at the seams as Cricket World Cup fever hitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Melbourne normally reserves the peak of its sporting fan fanaticism for that one day in September. But the huge crowds and deafening sound of cheers is coming early, as up to 90,000 Aussies and Kiwis pack the MCG to watch Australia take on New Zealand in the cricket World Cup final.


  5. Melbourne's bicycle messengers reflect on golden age before competing in world championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | ABC News

    On the streets of Melbourne a strong urban subculture exists among a dying breed of couriers. The city's remaining bicycle messengers will soon attempt to out-deliver the best from around the globe in the 2015 Cycle Messenger World Championships.


  6. A Black Caps Fan Guide to MelbourneRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Scoop

    The Black Caps made history this week qualifying for the 2015 Cricket World Cup Final. As the nation waits with baited breath for the final showdown this Sunday, Kiwis are getting ready to descend upon Melbourne Cricket Ground to cheer the Black Caps on.


  7. Grounding flight schools threaten jobs, earningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 |

    THE Abbott Government will appoint an advisory panel for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar future submarine project. SIX months in to the Infinity cable recall, just one per cent of more than 13,000 properties has been rendered safe.


  8. Melbourne calling: Three reasons why you should visit itRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Indian Express

    There has been already so much written and pictured about this second most populous Australian metropolis that even if someone hasn't touched its shores yet, the cityscape and its attractions aren't unfamiliar to them. Though I am a Sydneysider, Melbourne is closer to my heart.


  9. Dookie bucks trend in student numbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Shepparton News Online

    The number of students enrolled in agriculture courses at the Dookie Campus of the University of Melbourne has increased this year at a level higher than the national trend. The university says the number of students signing up for a diploma that leads into agriculture has increased to 35 this year from 15 last year.


  10. iVote flaw 'allowed votes to be changed'; NSW Electoral Commission releases patchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | ABC News

    A "major security hole" that could allow an attacker to read or change someone's vote has been discovered in the New South Wales online iVote platform, security experts say. The iVote system allows people to lodge their votes for Saturday's state election online, instead of visiting a physical polling station.


  11. The 12 Hottest Restaurants in Melbourne Right Now, March 2015Read the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Eater

    For the second time this week, Eater heads Down Under: This time, to highlight the dozen hottest restaurants and bars in Melbourne , Australia. As was the case with the March 2015 Sydney Heatmap , restaurant expert Sharlee Gibb shares her picks for the hottest drinking and dining destinations that have surfaced in the past year.


  12. Read Malcolm Fraser's first speechRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | ABC News

    I want to play some part in this. I am young and would like nothing better than to devote a lifetime to this end.


  13. Block ArcadeRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | TrekEarth

    Block Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. The arcade proper is L-shaped, connecting Collins Street at the south end to Elizabeth Street on the west.


  14. Melbourne Travel Guide For TriathletesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Inside Triathlon

    The laid-back European vibe, waterfront bike and run routes and cafA -centric dining options of Melbourne, Australia, make for a terrific place to eat, drink, train and race. Stay: At the inviting Hotel Urban on St. Kilda's main drag, Fitzroy Street.


  15. Budget-busting trips: the world's best free attractionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Independent

    Never mind the contents of the Chancellor's red box, these attractions that won't cost you a penny to visit Chris Leadbeater is a full-time travel journalist who has written for The Independent since 2009. He specialises in the USA, South America and Europe, but has covered destinations as varied as Mozambique, New Zealand, Indonesia and Lebanon.


  16. Neighbours at 30: Melbourne travel tips from Dr Karl, Toadie, and Sheila CanningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Independent

    As the Australian soap opera turns 30, Tamara Hinson heads to the set of Ramsay Street to meet the stars, who offer up their recommendations for where to find the perfect blend in Melbourne I'm in the Neighbours green room and Dr Karl Kennedy is doing press-ups. Paul Robinson has just asked if I'm an extra and Ramsay Street's first indigenous resident, Nate Kinski, is telling me that his bloodied elbow is the result of a brawl.


  17. Neighbours in Melbourne: Travel tips from Dr Karl, Toadie, and Sheila CanningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Independent

    As the Australian soap opera turns 30, Tamara Hinson heads to the set of Ramsay Street to meet the stars, who offer up their recommendations for where to find the perfect blend in Melbourne Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies I'm in the Neighbours green room and Dr Karl Kennedy is doing press-ups.


  18. Young Achiever: Ben Hooppell's single-minded determinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Border Mail

    FOR the past few years, the grassy paddocks and the incoming Melbourne horizon have been a familiar sight for Ben Hooppell. Ben Hooppell has had a busy 12 months on and off the pitch, earning selection in the national junior squad.


  19. Melbourne travel agency pays thousands for exploiting and underpaying employeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Sydney Morning Herald

    A Melbourne travel agency has been forced to hand over thousands of dollars after a workplace investigation uncovered gross underpayment and exploitation of an employee. The 32-year-old Korean worker, who is in Australia on a spousal visa, was classed as an "unpaid trainee" and not paid anything for her first two weeks' work last year.


  20. Ian Walker Honored for Excellence in Bankruptcy and Insolvency LawRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 15 | 24-7 Press Release

    Ian Walker, Partner of Minter Ellison, has been named for a second time a Worldwide Branding Professional of the Year in Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law. While inclusion in Worldwide Branding is an honor, only small selections of members in each discipline are chosen for this distinction.