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Where to welcome 2019 if you don't want to head to Melbourne CBD

From carnival rides, food vans and market stalls to local fireworks shows, revellers are spoiled for options both inside and outside Melbourne.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Woman sexually assaulted after men acted as fake rideshare drivers

A woman on a night out in Melbourne's CBD has been sexually assaulted after two men pretended to be ride-share drivers and offered her a lift.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Flash Flooding in Southbank After Torrential Rain Lashes Melbourne CBD [Video]Flash Flooding in Southbank After Torrential Rain Lashes Melbourne CBD  00:44

Widespread flash flooding hit Melbourne’s central business district on Friday, December 14, after storms lashed the city. Victoria SES tweeted that people located in Melbourne and the eastern..

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Students take part in climate change protest on streets of Melbourne [Video]Students take part in climate change protest on streets of Melbourne  00:41

Thousands of students across major Australian took to the streets to take part in climate change protests on Friday, November 30. Students skipped school to highlight what they are calling..

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Here comes the rain again, Melbourne

Melbourne's CBD is set to cop another drenching on Saturday afternoon with the BoM issuing another severe thunderstorm warning.
SBS - Published

Home invasions linked to short-stay rentals on the rise

Thieves are booking Airbnb accommodation in Melbourne CBD high-rise buildings in order to rob other apartments.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fair Work inspectors raid eatery lanes in Melbourne

Fair Work inspectors are raiding restaurants and cafes in Melbourne CBD's Degraves Street and Hardware Lane dining strips.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Power fault in CBD causes trams to grind to a halt

Trams on a number of lines running through Melbourne's CBD have stopped due to a power fault.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Liberals Melbourne HQ sold for $37 million

The Victorian Liberals have sold their Melbourne CBD headquarters for $37.1 million, days after the party's disastrous state election loss.
SBS - Published

Retailers boost Melbourne CBD

Long Matcha is set to open its first Melbourne CBD site after securing a lease at 382 Elizabeth Street.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Trio guilty of Melbourne Xmas terror plot

Three men have been found guilty of conspiring to prepare a terrorist attack in Melbourne's CBD over Christmas 2016.
SBS - Published

Libs vow Melbourne CBD ban for extremists

The Victorian Liberal-Nationals coalition say they would ban extremists from the CBD if they form government after November 24.
SBS - Published

Vic Libs vow extremist Melbourne CBD ban

The Victorian Liberal-Nationals coalition say they would ban extremists from the CBD if they form government after November 24.
SBS - Published

State funeral offer for family of Bourke Street victim

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews won't fundamentally change how Melbourne CBD works after a terror attack in Melbourne's CBD.
SBS - Published

State funeral offer for victim's family

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews won't fundamentally change how Melbourne CBD works after a terror attack in Melbourne's CBD.
SBS - Published

Victorians mourn Bourke St terror attack

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews won't fundamentally change how Melbourne CBD works after a terror attack in Melbourne's CBD.
SBS - Published

'We can never make every space 100 per cent safe', Premier Daniel Andrews says

After the third car-based attack in Melbourne's CBD in two years, Premier Daniel Andrews has stopped short of saying he would ban cars or stop trams in the city centre.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Victorians rise up against 'evil' act: MP

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews won't fundamentally change how Melbourne CBD works after a terror attack in Melbourne's CBD.
SBS - Published

Two bystanders in recovery after being stabbed during Bourke St attack

A young security guard and a Tasmanian businessman are recovering after they attempted to stop a knife-wielding man during a terror attack in Melbourne's CBD.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke St stabbing investigation continues

As a family deals with the loss of a loved one, the investigation continues into the knifeman who lashed out at civilians and police in Melbourne's CBD.
SBS - Published

Melbourne CBD's west rejuvenated as flexible office, hotels move in

A brother-and-sister developer team will turn a rundown King Street office into their business headquarters and a boutique flexible office work space.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'An evil, terrifying thing': Premier condemns terror attack

Premier Daniel Andrews praised police and bystanders who desperately tried to stop a terrorist in Melbourne's CBD, saying the city will not be defined by "this act of evil".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The Bourke Street incident: what we know so far

This is what we know so far about a violent incident on Bourke Street, which has brought Melbourne's CBD to a standstill.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke Street car explosion: car bursts into flames on Bourke Street

A car has crashed and burst into flames on Bourke Street in Melbourne's CBD. It is understood the car crashed not far from the Target store, near the intersection of Bourke and Swanston streets.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Window cleaners stranded 30 floors above the ground in Melbourne CBD

An emergency operation is underway to rescue two window cleaners stuck on a platform, which is being buffeted in high winds in Melbourne's CBD. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Driver in shocking Bourke Street hit-run made phone call after dumping rental car

A driver is being hunted by police after he ploughed into a man in wheelchair in Melbourne's CBD, before leaving him for dead.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Driver flees after horrifying hit on man in a wheelchair

A driver is being hunted by police after he ploughed into a man in wheelchair in Melbourne's CBD, before leaving him for dead.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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