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  1. Market Wrap: Commercial property sales and dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Fitzroys has sold a key Puckle Street retail site for $8.3 million in a private sale. Agents Michael Ryan and Charles Emmett sold the property on behalf of a private family.

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  2. Market Wrap: Commercial property sales and dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Age

    Fitzroys has sold a key Puckle Street retail site for $8.3 million in a private sale. Agents Michael Ryan and Charles Emmett sold the property on behalf of a private family.

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  3. Melbourne to feature in new edition of MonopolyRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Melbourne will join Sydney, Perth and Adelaide as Australian cities that have had local streets and attractions swapped for the well-known London-based ones, Xinhua news agency reported. Lord Mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle made the announcement on Tuesday along the banks of the Yarra River, a potential square for the board, and said the game will hit the shelves in time for Christmas.

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  4. Australia's Melbourne to feature on new Monopoly editionRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    The city of Melbourne is set to feature on a new edition of the iconic board game Monopoly, Melbourne's lord mayor Robert Doyle announced on Tuesday. Melbourne will join Sydney, Perth and Adelaide as Australian cities that have had local streets and attractions swapped for the well-known London-based ones.

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  5. Scholar was an international influence on higher educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    When pressed to answer the question: who owns a university? Sir David Watson, one of the UK's foremost academic thought-leaders, once remarked: "Nobody owns the university forever, but we can all own it from time to time." It is not surprising then, that the sudden passing of Sir David at the age of 65 has been greeted with widespread sadness, such is the impression he left on a rapidly changing higher education industry and, indeed, the "ownership" of ideals many felt he embodied.

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  6. Newsat high flyer dangerously close to burning his boatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Even in the top echelons of the business world, where multi-million dollar deals are part of the daily routine, Melbourne chief executive Adrian Ballintine's talent for raising money stood out. In March 2013, Ballintine had done what many sceptics thought impossible.

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  7. Safuwan Baharudin up for the challenge with Melbourne CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Age

    Turning an apparent negative into a positive is all part of what wide-eyed Safuwan Baharudin sees as the ultimate football education at Melbourne City FC. The Singapore utility player continues to attract attention as his nation's first export to the A-League after joining the Victoria-based club on-loan from LionsXII last month.

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  8. Satellite company NewSat executives' spending flies highRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Age

    The shareholders and lenders behind a listed Melbourne satellite company funded an extravagant lifestyle for senior executives who ran up a $1 million travel bill flying the world first-class, guzzling French champagne and enjoying $10,000 dinners. Fairfax Media can reveal that NewSat's external auditors have reported concerns to the Australian Securities and Investment Commission after an internal review of the company's affairs last year uncovered uncontrolled spending and questionable transactions.

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  9. Queen Vic Market open all hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    LABOR'S Anthony Albanese has put out a bizarre, one-word media statement today, which could be one of the funniest ones ever created. OLIVIA Mead, the 19-year-old daughter of late mining heir Michael Wright, has been awarded $25 million after successfully challenging her father's will.

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  10. World-first fountain and flame show touted as Docklands' saviourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The makers of the Sydney Olympic cauldron have designed a world-first fountain and flame show for Melbourne's Docklands that could draw more than five million people to the precinct annually. The unique display, which would cost $10 million to build and about $600,000 to run annually, is being touted by developers FCT Flames as the latest hope for Docklands.

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  11. Royal ArcadeRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | TrekEarth

    Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. Originally constructed in 1869, the arcade connects Little Collins Street to the Bourke Street Mall, with a perpendicular passage running to Elizabeth Street in the west.

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  12. GPT Group forecasts 5 per cent rise in earnings in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | The Age

    GPT Group will focus on office leasing and redevelopment of its shopping centres to drive growth in the coming year. It has forecast a 5 per cent rise in earnings for the 2015 year, attributed to the flow-on impacts of the $2 billion of acquisitions last year, which led to a remixing of the portfolio and the ongoing rise in funds under management.

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  13. Bourke Street MallRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | TrekEarth

    Bourke Street Mall forms part of Bourke Street, one of the main thoroughfares in the city of Melbourne, Australia. The street is named for Sir Richard Bourke, the Governor of New South Wales in 1837 during the drafting of the Hoddle Grid.

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  14. AFL practice matches: 10 of the best pre-season odditiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Dressed up in the garb of a bank sponsorship, and labelled a 'Challenge' for reasons other than the difficulty of finding 26 blokes to play for Essendon, the NAB Challenge is in truth just a glorified series of practice matches. The abolition of the pre-season cup was one few lamented, but it does mean that in essence the 27 games set to come in the next month are no more than trials, with no trophy or prize money on offer.

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  15. Crowds urged to arrive late to White Night festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | ABC News

    White Night festival organisers have urged people to consider going to the festival after midnight to avoid the huge crowds expected in Melbourne. White Night Melbourne runs from 7:00pm to 7:00am in the centre of Melbourne and features visual art, illuminations, music, food and performances.

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  16. Melbourne Sportspeople Can Benefit From Breakthrough AMIT MethodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | LivePressWorld

    Carlton North Chiropractor, Dr Tyson Aldenhoven, Studies Advanced Muscle Integration Technique In USA to bring injury relief and prevention to Melbourne residents. Melbourne, Australia - The breakthrough Advanced Muscle Integration Technique used to treat joint and soft tissue injuries is now available in Australia for the first time! The AMIT technique offers patients the amazing possibility of being free of the pain of an ankle sprain or similar injury in a few hours rather than a few weeks.

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  17. Is your train commute quicker than 90 years ago? The answer might surprise youRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Depending on where you live in Melbourne, it could take longer to get in to the city than it did in the 1920s . This week the focus has shone on state government plans for the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel , which will boost capacity across the network .

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  18. White Night survival guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The third annual White Night Melbourne is upon us and hundreds of thousands are expected to pour into the CBD to feast on a 12-hour cultural festival. With more than 80 free events on, it can get easy to forget the basics and get lost in the smorgasbord on offer.

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  19. Prospective NAB Challenge players visit EssendonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Prospective top-up players began visiting Essendon's Tullamarine headquarters on Thursday, ahead of their possible participation in the NAB Challenge. Former St Kilda midfielder Clinton Jones, Mitch Brown and James Magner were listed on the club's website as having attended the club for "medical checks and meetings".

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  20. Choosing the right massage therapist in the Northern suburbs of MelbourneRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | PR Log

    PRLog - Feb. 18, 2015 - PRESTON, Australia -- $59- 1 hour Massage offer available but for a limited time only! It can be difficult to work out if a massage therapist is skilled and suited to your needs just by reading about them. In Preston at Advanced Health, we wanted to give you a risk free way of being able to try us out and find out what the benefits of massage might be for you.

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