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national ride2work day pedals into port phillip

National Ride2Work Day pedals into Port Phillip

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Whether you’re a seasoned rider or more comfortable with training wheels, National Ride2Work Day on 16 October 2019 is the perfect opportunity to dust off your bike and get pedalling – Lycra optional! Hungry cyclists...
council plants seed with kinder for climate council award

Council plants seed with kinder for Climate Council award

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An innovative community partnership between the City of Port Phillip and Albert Park Kindergarten has led to Council receiving the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnerships Community Engagement Achievement Award for The Butterfly Effect. The Cities...

Council adopts Community Safety Plan 2019-2023

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Port Phillip Council has adopted its Community Safety Plan 2019-2023, outlining three key priorities to deliver for the community, ensuring residents and visitors feel safe to live, work and play in Port Phillip. Community safety...
women get a kick out of new facilities at peanut farm

Women get a kick out of new facilities at Peanut Farm

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In a win for female sport, more women and girls will be able to play at St Kilda’s Peanut Farm Reserve following extensive works by Port Phillip Council in partnership with the Victorian Government. Council...
a new view from park towers

A new view from Park Towers

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A chance discovery has led to a fantastic photographic exhibition marking 50 years since the Park Towers housing estate in South Melbourne opened to residents. Monument to a View: Park Towers 1969-2019 can trace its...

3207 Love Our Street:  Two Bays Whale Presentation

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Two Bays Whale Project  presented by David Donnelly  WHEN:   Thursday 25 July at 7pm WHERE:  Port Melbourne Yacht Club 38 Beach Street  (corner of Beach St & Bay St) Join us for a non litter event as 3207, 3205 and 3206...
Dick Gross Mayor CoPP

Port Phillip customers to experience digital difference

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Port Phillip Council’s digital heart is being redesigned and reimagined to make it easier to find and understand information, request services and complete transactions on its websites. Under a ten-year $2.8 million contract awarded to...

Major outdoor dining fee reductions on the table

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Lower outdoor dining fees are on the menu in Port Phillip, including a “revitalisation rate” for areas including the Fitzroy Street precinct. Mayor Dick Gross said the updated footpath trading fee policy, to apply from...
Mayor Dick Gross

Port Phillip Council urges action on mental health

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Port Phillip Council is urging the Victorian Government to make changes to mental health services for its community through its submission to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. Council has called for the...

Our June clean is nearly upon us

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REMINDER: It's time for our monthly group clean A great start to June! Come and join us: Meeting Date: Saturday 1st June Meeting for an hour from 9am - 10am Meeting Location: Port Melbourne Yacht Club, a new spot, at...