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Port Phillip Council proudly preparing for Midsumma Pride March

The rainbow road is repainted and the pride flag is about to fly as Port Phillip Council proudly prepares for the Midsumma Pride March...

Exploring graffiti art From the Ground Up

It’s A to Z as you’ve never seen before with Port Phillip Council commissioning a series of graffiti art murals with an alphabetical theme...

Port Phillip Pickers provide the good oil

Unloved olives are being transformed into delicious oil thanks to the Port Phillip Pickers, a band of volunteers bringing the community together one olive...

HAYLEY MIRO – Echoes; Grief and Love

Exhibition: 15 – 24 September 2022 Echos: Grief and Love Exhibition closes Saturday 24th September  We are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 12-4pm The last seven years have...

Outdoor arcade games taking Clarendon Street to the next level

It’s game on in South Melbourne with a free arcade gaming trail activating Clarendon Street over the colder months – while also consolidating Port...

Budget sets scene for a Sustainable City

The 2022/23 Budget and updated Year 2 of the Council Plan 2021-31 set the course for the City of Port Phillip as our residents,...

ROCKING THE SUBURBS WITH NEW MUSIC EVENTS

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting Victoria’s celebrated live music industry, delivering a new run of more than 100 live gigs to punters across...

Brazen bronze thefts in Port Phillip

Port Phillip Council is asking residents to play detective and look out for missing bronze plaques and artworks after a spate of thefts and...

Autumn entertainment arrives in St Kilda

St Kilda’s Acland Plaza is playing host to free outdoor entertainment from talented artists including Ella Hooper, Tim Rogers, Amos Roach, Benny Walker, and...

Thanks for helping at our April beach clean!

We had 32 volunteers and 3 dogs for our clean this month at Princes Pier, New Beach.  The wind was blowing and there was...
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A Beginner’s Guide To Irish Whiskey Tasting

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The Benefits of Comprehensive Insurance for Motorhome Rentals

Introduction to Motorhome Rental Insurance Savings Importance of Comprehensive Coverage When exploring the great outdoors in a motorhome, you want peace of mind on the open...

Understanding Australia’s Migration System: 5 Key Pathways to Melbourne

Australia has long been a sought-after destination for individuals seeking new opportunities, a higher quality of life, and a vibrant cultural experience. Among its...

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.