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Yarra River seal not tangled in ropes and 'having a ball', Parks Victoria says Updated July 29, 2014 10:58:54 A seal seen in Melbourne's Yarra River on Monday does not appear to have a rope around its neck, Parks Victoria says. A cyclist named Paul
The Victorian Dragon Boat Association used to have space among the Yarra boatsheds and now has space in a new community boating hub at Docklands. But a long-time leader of the association says Richmond Rowing Club's new boathouse is proof that Crown
The executive office can be shut off so the highest-level wheeling and dealing can take place in private. First-class security has been installed, including the ability to quickly seal off the private foyer, and a jewellery safe in the master bedroom'
The Victorian government has opened up engineering and planning tenders for the Melbourne Rail Link and western section of the East West Link road project. The Rail Link includes new tunnels under the Yarra River and a rail line to Melbourne airport.
The new 81-storey building in City Road has been designed by Hayball architects. It joins a growing list of mega towers proposed south of the Yarra River near the location of Eureka Tower, the city's tallest structure...A 70-level (274-metre) tower
Port Phillip mayor Amanda Stevens said a tram bridge was needed over the Yarra River to link the new suburb of Fishermans Bend to Docklands. In order for it to be successful, we need this sort of city-shaping infrastructure,'' she said. It's a green
The fittings and furnishings which they've used around the property are the latest in everything and state-of-the-art," he said. Mr Betts said Eureka Tower architect Nonda Katsalidis chose the apartment for himself because it sat above the services
Drivers who have completed the test will be able to display an accreditation badge in their taxi. Photograph: David Crosling/AAP The Victorian government will introduce a knowledge test for taxi drivers to address Melburnians' commonly heard gripe
World Cup and is not aware of any other planned live sites''. Sports fans may consider Federation Square an obvious spot to view the action, but it has only screened the World Cup once, in 2006. For the 2010 World Cup it was dropped at the last
Only time will tell whether approvals to build new homes have peaked. Still, the pipeline of building work is very full so builders, tradespeople and building material companies have plenty of work.'' The 751 apartments approved for Footscray may