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10 years on

December 2008, Issue 38
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Docklander

Forget Marvel, we’ve found a real superhero
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Docklands Secrets

Politician disrespects us
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

Massage variations and benefits
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Letters

Letters to the Editor
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New Businesses

70 years later, family business still suits
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Owners Corporation Law

Happy with your OC manager? Most are
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Pets Corner

Another “son”
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SkyPad Living

Welcome to your vertical village
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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We Live Here

Now Labor can work with residents
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

The excitement is building ...
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Lord mayoral election

28 Feb 2018

CBD residents and businesses are to vote in a by-election in May for the position of Lord Mayor of Melbourne.

The vacancy and by-election follows the resignation in February of Robert Doyle after nine years in the job.

Nominations for the position open on April 5 and close three working days later at noon on Tuesday, April 10.

Potential candidates and voters have until 4pm on Friday, March 16 to enroll themselves to become eligible.

The poll is to be conducted entirely via Australia Post, with the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) posting “packs” to voters between April 23 and April 26.

Candidates have until April 11 to send statements and photos to the VEC to be included in the voter material.

Ballots must be posted back to the VEC by Friday, May 11.

Voting is compulsory for enrolled voters under 70 years old. Residents are entitled to one vote. Businesses, either renting or owning rateable property get two votes.

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