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Rental providers beware! | CBD News

In March 2021, the Victorian Government passed the most significant changes to rental laws in living history.   According to Consumers Affairs Victoria, the “changes were introduced to expand the rights and responsibilities of renters and rental providers (landlords) and will make renting in Victoria fairer and safer”. The legislation ensures rental providers meet the minimum … Read more

Woman charged after two people allegedly stabbed in the CBD

Brendan Rees | 21st September, 2022 A 28-year-old woman has been charged with a string of offences after two alleged stabbings occurred in the CBD on September 8. Victoria Police said emergency services responded to reports of a stabbing during an attempted armed robbery at the intersection of Flinders and Downie streets about 5pm. Shortly … Read more

Perth’s second Lego store set to open at Westfield Booragoon Shopping Centre

South of the river Lego fans can rejoice as Perth’s second Lego store gets ready to open its doors in Booragoon on Tuesday. After the huge success of the Karrinyup store, Lego fans across Perth are excepted to flock to Westfield Booragoon to get a taste of the new block-building emporium. Lego retail operations manager … Read more

LA Council Backs Two Bills By Pasadena Congressional Representatives That Preserve Santa Monica, San Gabriel Areas – Pasadena Now

Rep. Adam Schiff and Rep. Judy Chu The Los Angeles City Council signaled its support Wednesday for two conservation bills pending in Congress that would help preserve areas in the Santa Monica Mountains and San Gabriel National Recreation Area. The Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act would expand the boundary of the Santa Monica … Read more

Williamstown Library hosting Kincaid book presentation | News, Sports, Jobs

Dan Kincaid (Photo Provided) Volume 1 of the “Kade Holley – Forest Ranger” series by Dan Kincaid, a retired forest ranger who will give a presentation 1-5 p.m. Wednesday at the Williamstown Library. (Image Provided) Volume 1 of the “Kade Holley – Forest Ranger” series by Dan Kincaid, a retired forest … Read more

Solicitor sponsors major art prize

A lot of planning goes into arranging a major art prize and finding sponsors is one of the more delicate tasks. Peter Nevile donates the prize money for the runner-up at the Maritime Art Prize & Exhibition. The $25,000 in prizemoney makes it one of the most lucrative in Melbourne. The Australian National Line is … Read more

Melbourne Star sits idle after one year as no solid buyer emerges

With the one-year anniversary approaching since Docklands’ iconic Melbourne Star shut down, the sale of the giant observation wheel appears to be no closer. The 120-metre-tall waterfront wheel closed for good last September during the COVID-19 pandemic when its operating company MB Star Properties Pty Ltd went into liquidation. The wheel, which opened in 2008 … Read more

World-class fertility treatment comes to South Melbourne

Dr Moses Abe, an internationally recognised obstetrician, gynaecologist, and Monash IVF specialist, has recently relocated his highly-regarded Melbourne Fertility Clinic to South Melbourne to better service the inner-city community. Specialising in the fields of obstetrics, gynaecology and reproductive medicine, Dr Abe’s experience in fertility spans three decades and his clinic offers a vast range of … Read more

CBD agent recognised as one of organisation’s finest

Sam Fenna of Belle Property Melbourne & Carlton was named the 2022 Customer Experience Agent of the Year at the 2022 Belle Property Hockingstuart Victorian State Awards night this month. Held at The Park in Melbourne, the award ceremony was an opportunity for the Belle Property and Hockingstuart network in Victoria to celebrate the exceptional … Read more

Huntington Health Infectious Disease Expert Sheds Light on Monkeypox – Pasadena Now

Dr. Kim Shriner. [Huntington Health] Dr. Kimberly Shriner, Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention at Huntington Health (formerly, Huntington Hospital) said Friday that monkeypox, although highly unpleasant, is rarely fatal and like any infectious disease, can be prevented by practicing good hygiene habits. Monkeypox infographic [Based upon original supplied by Huntington Health] “This disease … Read more