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쥐읫롤돨헤龍삶땡

쥐읫롤돨헤龍삶땡

밤멩쬠 Sean Car 카랑굶懇漣빌屠혐捲壇페뻔괏賈츱,제헹杰唐돨헤龍삶땡떼狼뻔괏。     侶寧衿懃쉥瞳11墩14휑逞23휑돨2019쾨카랑굶稜있鷺 퍅쇌鱗槨嵐놔돨寧꼬롸,쎌珂쉥瞳饑저돠윗(Alexandra)빻蹈嵐刻굶懇看몸抉櫓뵨훰聯돨稜있쌘,鈴제黨쥐읫롤돨헤龍삶땡。     槨죄헤龍侶몸뒤10몸쾨庫돨쌘휑,侶늴돨稜있鷺쉥던쀼페離놓돨櫓懃욋궐옹(Kubik),寧몸譚돠벌겝주것윰薑景윗눼雷무鱇셕돨빵棍삶땡왕쇌,瞳寧몸묏撚휭포코陋唐쐰흙彊櫓돨LED됐,侶硅됐宅君끝稜있돨쌘탠宮빳鱗痰。     횔랍,욋궐옹쏟쾨쉥路듐밑鬧옵넣崎랙嵐,憐몸櫓懃쉥譚각윗윗景(Ararat)맒쐤돨루제랙든낍瓊묩100% 돨옵疼콘都。늪棍,맡휭포굶쉥陋찮澗섞돨黛彊,侶硅黛彊빈쉥굳路劤롸토쀼냘懇돨무蹈뵨빻蹈。     懇漣뻘宅杰唐삶땡묩壇북鱗,횅괏옵넣崎昑뒈퓌흙페“쥐록膠”櫓懃돨몹몸렘충,쐴옵콘句뇜杰唐寧늴昑膠틔,흔居죕俱밗,鹿섟瓊묩옵路릿賈痰돨彊괸。     懇漣灌윱됴抉考뚠돨쥴돔諒콩샘·피덮(Nikki Jordan)蕨굶괩썩姦綱,몽앴젬곡漣리돨抉櫓뵨셕뺍,2019쾨카랑굶稜있鷺冷쉥疼늴꿎좆뵨둬句페杰唐탤렴。     劒綱:“侶몸淃커角寧몸宮뎠唐삶제돨법넋,극伎看邱횅땍컴硅탤렴都뚤삶땡離路狼,횔빈踞淪珂쇌돨股盧,클제숑侶硅탤렴,鹿늪윱뷜좆憐몸탤렴삶땡。”     “假岱돨抉璃샬쉥繫법連넣페劍뒈렘숑抉탤렴돨淃커윱둬句;궐흔웹却읊鹵뵨劤켓瓜랑却鹵돨路劤芚주淃커,鹿섟숑햐댕충생주삽棟緞捲돨皐廖皐뒈밗잿淃커。” 轟崍강繫돛 “督윱督痘” 累멨 David Schout 앴寧貫꽝속법짇늴꽥걔삔돨懇혐앙췽綱,櫓卵蛟혐돨꽥섣훙繫돛綠쒔돌藁,뫄꼇냘懇돨랙嵐。     걜댕적饑꽥걔삔앨路쏜탬돤寮꼈윰람·찝옹콩옰랑(Brian McNicholl)깊刻,憧쫘돨훙契돛뵨슥繫꼇긱돨무묾슥繫賈카랑굶陶陶쭝빈黨페儉댕냘懇。     侶貫瞳櫓卵蛟혐앙遼죄16쾨돨앙췽깊刻,錮쌘돨漣꿉綠쒔賈儉瞳懇櫓懃(샅돠랑貢목)돨삶督윱督위켜。     儉綱:“乖랙君꽥섣훙轟崍강대嘉君瞳督윱督痘멤,랍꼇角督윱督봤。”     “鱗槨寧몸麟瞳쫴鷺愷뇹놔契돨훙윱綱,乖뻘炬렷끽콘땡돨,唐珂뻘角삔툭돕寧硅狂痙。乖꼇毒혼拳붤뜩궐乖契땡콘제뀌돨훙裂뇹쓱,瞳캐蘆넋똑乖쳬慨빎굳瑙戈죄。”     찝옹콩랑邱꽝속법짇쎌꽥걔삔,端돤죄巧철쉽탬,관윅1992쾨것힘쭈컸걔頓삔돨쏜탬。     儉눼苟법돨227.5무쏙돨各썹셩쩌,굳竿貸걜댕적饑淇覽。    

Week of rebellion

From October 7 to 13, the CBD was subject to a variety of different protests, marches, roadblocks and stunts as part of a Spring Rebellion. Organised by Extinction Rebellion Victoria, the week protested inaction on climate change.  A base camp was set up in Carlton Gardens from where activists discussed and planned actions. The organisers

Disability access “getting worse, not better”

By David Schout Disability access in the CBD has gone backwards and has failed to keep pace with the city’s growth, according to a six-time Paralympian and long-time resident. Brian McNicholl, a Paralympic weightlifting gold medallist for Australia, said cluttered footpaths and inaccessible public transport had combined to put Melbourne well behind other big cities.

Pledge to help the homeless

By Rhonda Dredge Businesses in the CBD have agreed to provide their services pro bono to convert a multi-storey building in the city into a homeless shelter. The partially-occupied building is owned by the City of Melbourne and valued at $20 million. The deal, which was first revealed in the October edition of CBD News,

Cladding Bill

The state government passed a Bill last month providing it with greater powers to chase “dodgy” builders for combustible cladding.  The Building Amendment (Cladding Rectification) Bill 2019 includes a provision to allow the State to pursue litigation in cases where it pays for rectification costs.  It said any financial returns would be reinvested into the

Towards zero-waste events

Advertorial by Sean Car  The City of Melbourne is calling on the community to support its mission to make all of its events environmentally friendly.  This ambition will be on display from November 14 to 23 as part of Melbourne Music Week (MMW) 2019, which will showcase the city’s first carbon neutral-certified music festival and

Federation Square has a new CEO

By Meg Hill In an exclusive first interview with CBD News, Federation Square’s new CEO Dr Xavier Csar said that failed efforts to build an Apple Store at the square had “catalysed” an important discussion around the future of the public space.  Management offices in Federation Square aren’t signposted. Tucked away on the eastern side

Key CBD site for sale

The state government has put vacant transport land on the southern side of Flinders St on the open market.  The site, known as Treasury Square, is located next to the rail corridor and spans the area between Exhibition and Flinders streets, and Wellington Parade South.  The government announced an expression of interest campaign last month

Wesley Place filling up

By Edward McLeish Continual demand for office spaces in the CBD has ensured two of three buildings at Charter Hall Group’s $1.2 billion Wesley Place development are fully tenanted – almost a year ahead of the building’s scheduled completion. At 110,000sqm, Wesley Place will be the largest office precinct in Melbourne’s CBD, with 130 and 140

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