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懇漣역겄癩櫓땄

懇漣역겄癩櫓땄

累멨 Aphrodite Feros-Fooke 카랑굶懇漣,앎흔부뇹零櫓卵蛟혐코돨섯몸鞫癩돨록폴쉔蓼膠,攣뛔다劍쳬돨撚寮뚤菱성돨膠撚맏폅得훨。     릴懇낀각징·橋돠(Arron Wood),쇗훨쏜휨솰밗꼬寮훨뵨뻔쓱꼬릴寮훨,寮넣쥴돔侶淃묏鱗。     橋돠릴懇낀綱鱇랬훙逃攣瞳뵙꿴宮밑랬쪼係匡,鹿璣헹痰뒈렘랬윱속퓻懇漣뇹잿록폴쉔蓼膠돨斂콘,깻삔瓊놔錦攣갭,묩懇漣累逃瞳2020쾨累。     懇漣攣瞳桔씩관윅뚤撚寮뇹鹿랜운뵨뚤꼇谿잚깎돨膠撚澗혤꼇谿쏜띨된杰唐옵契昑대嘉。     橋돠릴懇낀뻘綱:“濾뚤굳瑙폴뵨팎앉렛肱돨뇹잿狂痙,鹿섟뜩늴젬溝휄灌捲壇뼝쏜뒈뙈膠撚憐맣繫列돨撚寮,乖쳬삔몽앴헙워속댕랜운샀賈痰페儉샴쟨대嘉윱렘긱懇漣뫘봤뒈역嵐묏鱗。”     儉뻘綱:“훨부降唐꼿끓,흔벎뚤무묾쥴堵芚냥죄꼇적緞捲샀닸瞳무묾갛홍茶뻤,乖쳬橙옵契軻밗絿홈。”          唐硅唐狂痙돨쉔蓼膠角匡膠,唐硅綠쒔삿툽방뺍冀옵聯。          懇漣툽硫죄물읜꼍契쌍돨럇劤묏넋,侶寧댕욥契훙繫돛貫黨겝옹(Bourke)쌍309-325뵀。          橋돠릴懇낀냔:“물읜꼍契쌍綠쒔삿돤죄방뺍툽硫,몽앴劤방뺍,쉥唐좃소劤아듦역瞳겝옹쌍뭔膠櫓懃돨쳔왯,拳돕侶앎횻훙목棍菫뢸。”          谿珂,貫黨薑깟힘(Spencer)쌍2-8뵀꿴랑薑·샅캠얽却(Sir Charles Hotham)아듦굳싱搗폐撚소剋痂·맨랑(Shesh Ghale)繫법끝棍슥弄돨렘駕澗뭔,唐눈喇냔澗뭔송댐힛푤拱걜禱。 품훨방뺍,빈훙枓亂 累멨 Meg Hill 寧몸譚품방뺍꼬쳔혼쾨툽쉔돨侶몸괘肝轢累돨역랙淃커섦쉥역쉔놔簡。     뚤黨瞳찝완具(MacKenzie)쌍33뵀돨앙췽윱綱,瞳儉쳬돨땜켓충앎角貫黨윗놂껍(LaTrobe)쌍58-66뵀돨역랙묏뒈。儉쳬덫懃菱성돨遼酪짜삔굳寧林劤폅돨34꿔댕衢관鍋。     혼쾨12墩10뵀,카랑굶懇漣瞳灌윱카랑굶삔累寧鈴繫법죄맡댕짜돨쉔,쐴밗懇漣累逃쭈볶·윰껍景(Rohan Leppert)깊刻맡방뺍렘갭깻꼇供구。

Streets of music

On Thursday November 14 Melbourne Music Week (MMW) spilled out onto the CBD streets. More than 20 buskers performed for those in the city after business hours in secret venues, laneways and main streets. The night featured songs intrinsically linked to Melbourne – like Crowded House’s Four Seasons in One Day – as well as

Council divided on pill testing

By David Schout The City of Melbourne has voted in favour of a pill testing trial at music festivals within the city, at odds with the state government and Victoria Police.  In a rare divided debate at a recent meeting, councillors voted 7-3 in favour of advocating for the trial which would test possibly harmful

Three centuries and three lives

When residents moved into The Gill on A’Beckett Street in the early 2000s, they knew the heritage-listed building had an interesting history. Christoph Hewett said when he bought his apartment, he was told it was built in 1929 by the Salvation Army. The Gill is well known for its long service as a hostel for

The Matthew Guy-effect still haunts local residents

By Meg Hill  A site with development permit that highlighted the repercussions of former planning decisions when the permit was approved last year is up for sale, with work likely to start soon.  Residents at 33 MacKenzie Street (33M), whose south-east side faces the development site at 58-66 LaTrobe, fear that a new 34-storey tower

Festival Hall for sale

Festival Hall is for sale – a year after the Heritage Council granted the iconic live music venue protection. The sale is being handled by Colliers International via expression of interest, which was due to close on November 28. The hall is one of three parcels being offered either separately or together. Colliers said buyers

Xmas back at Town Hall

By Aphrodite Feros-Fooke The city’s Christmas Festival was launched at Melbourne Town Hall on November 13.  The State Library will host the feature projection show, A Very Melbourne Night Before Christmas, written by Marieke Hardy and narrated by Lee Lin Chin.  The city centre will be decorated with 500,000 LED lights, 2000 big baubles, 20

Wellbeing in a heating city

Wellbeing in a heating city Advertorial by Meg Hill Melburnians look forward to summer every year, but for some groups within the community high temperatures can pose serious health risks.  The CBD environment adds its own complexities to heat health. As climate change escalates, the City of Melbourne has prioritised heat health. Between 1981 and

“Illogical” plan to lose QVM patrons

By Spencer Fowler Steen Fears have been expressed that Queen Victoria Market (QVM)  will lose business due to the proposed closure of the existing car park earmarked for a new “Market Square” . In a speech to a Friends of QVM meeting on November 20, property developer and businessman David Legge said half of QVM’s

Council moves ahead with innovation district

By David Schout Melbourne’s first innovation district is a step closer after the City of Melbourne approved “future-focused” plans for the north of the CBD. In collaboration with RMIT University and the University of Melbourne, City North – which takes in both universities, the State Library, Royal Exhibition Building and the Melbourne Museum – would

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