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Bayside Arts – Bayside Local artist call-out, Pets are people too, Open House Melbourne

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Bayside Local artist call-out After the success of Bayside Local held early this year, artists with a link to Bayside are invited to apply for the 2020 exhibition which will be held 29 January - 8 March at Bayside Gallery.  Please...
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Port Phillip Wheelie Excited for Ride2School Day

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Port Phillip students will take to the streets on Friday 22 March as part of National Ride2School Day. Students are encouraged to forgo a lift from their parents and get to school by bike, scooter,...
inflating 365,000 balloons to create a world record

Inflating 365,000 Balloons to create a World Record

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As many of you would know I am a local, Melbourne event decorator who prominently works with balloons. What you may not know is that I have recently returned from 11 breathless days at...
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Renee Geyer

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https://www.facebook.com/memomusichall/videos/568587387228583/ I have appreciated Soul / Jazz singer Renee Geyers work for years. She has been hailed as Australia's Queen of Soul. With hits such as " It's a mans world" and "Heading in the...
Mixed Messages In Post-budget Newspoll And Fairfax-ipsos

Mixed messages in post-budget Newspoll and Fairfax-Ipsos

Labor’s primary vote was up three points in the Fairfax-ipsos poll. The Coalition’s was unchanged. LUKAS COCH/AAP Image Labor continues to hold a 51-49% two-party lead in the wake of last week’s budget. However, Malcolm...
The Devil Is In The Detail Of Government Bill To Enable Access To Communications Data

The devil is in the detail of government bill to enable access to communications...

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The Department of Home Affairs argues this new framework will not compel communications providers to build systemic weaknesses or vulnerabilities into their systems. Mick Tsikas/AAP The Australian government has released a draft of its long...
Memorial to shine a light on homelessness on the longest night of the year

Memorial to shine a light on homelessness on the longest night of the year

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While the winter solstice marks the longest night of the year, every night is long for those experiencing homelessness, particularly in the bitterly cold months. On Thursday 20 June, the winter solstice will again serve...
Tony Albert’s Politically Charged Kitsch Collection Confronts Our Racist Past

Tony Albert’s politically charged kitsch collection confronts our racist past

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Tony Albert Girramay/Yidinji/Kuku Yalanji peoples. Australia Qld/NSW b.1981. Mid Century Modern (series) 2016. Pigment prints | 24 works: 100 x 100cm (each) Collection: The artist. Courtesy: Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney The collector dreams his way not only...
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Port Phillip Council calls on revellers to play their part

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Port Phillip Council is urging revellers to ‘play your part’ over the busy Christmas and New Year period when thousands of people flock to the City’s scenic parks and beaches. Mayor Dick Gross said Council’s...
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In Conversation with Ghenoa Gela

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The winning piece of this year's KEIR choreographic awards Fragments of Malungoka- Woman of the Sea, bought to audience in both Melbourne and Sydney a performance that modernized traditional dance from the Kala Lagaw Ya language group in...