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You don't live here any more: How Richmond and Collingwood fans moved on from the heartland
Analysis
Richmond

You don't live here any more: How Richmond and Collingwood fans moved on from the heartland

Rising real estate and suburban growth has seen a multi-generation 'migration' of fans out of the inner city suburbs.

  • by Joe Hinchliffe

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After icy night at the 'G, Albert Sun is in pole position for best seat in the house
Richmond

After icy night at the 'G, Albert Sun is in pole position for best seat in the house

The IT consultant from Kew enlisted his family in a camping-out mission to secure tickets to Friday's clash between Richmond and Collingwood.

  • by Joe Hinchcliffe
We happy few: The kids who got to road test this year's Melbourne showbags first

We happy few: The kids who got to road test this year's Melbourne showbags first

They joined generations of kids who have been pestering their parents for showbags for the past 100 years.

  • by Sarah Emery
Commission flats to be turned into 20-storey street art mural
Arts

Commission flats to be turned into 20-storey street art mural

Residents will star on mega mural on 20 storey flats.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Garbage in, water out: 'Mechanical stomachs' digest restaurant waste
Waste

Garbage in, water out: 'Mechanical stomachs' digest restaurant waste

Contraptions full of food-digesting micro-organisms are changing the way Melbourne's restaurants deal with their mountains of waste. 

  • by Joe Hinchliffe
From hashtags to carnivals: campaign against 'African gangs' narrative

From hashtags to carnivals: campaign against 'African gangs' narrative

Whitten Oval hosts the inaugural Ujamaa Community Festival, the latest in a grassroots campaign to tell positive stories about African communities in Victoria.

  • by Joe Hinchliffe
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Cruising the commute: fingers crossed for Geelong-Melbourne ferry

Cruising the commute: fingers crossed for Geelong-Melbourne ferry

A decision could be made next week on whether there will be a ferry service between Docklands and Geelong.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Beautiful share house a quirky new addition to Open House
Tourism

Beautiful share house a quirky new addition to Open House

A turret, stables and an antique loo: grand old share house to star in Open House Melbourne.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Och aye: Wealthy Scotophile funds new Tartan Festival
Live music

Och aye: Wealthy Scotophile funds new Tartan Festival

Are ye ready? Melbourne welcomes a new Scottish festival.

  • by Carolyn Webb
No screaming kids: Mount Eliza residents rise up against new playground
Local council

No screaming kids: Mount Eliza residents rise up against new playground

Children playing? No thanks. For some residents of a sedate Melbourne neighbourhood, the prospect of "loud, screaming, noisy children" would be noise pollution.

  • by Carolyn Webb
'We’re gonna tear the house down': Wrestlers eye record crowd at 'G
Carlton

'We’re gonna tear the house down': Wrestlers eye record crowd at 'G

World wrestling is bringing some big names to the MCG in October for the WWE’s first Melbourne stadium show in 16 years.

  • by Benjamin Millar