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A makeover for Melbourne’s laneways
Fast-tracked bike lane project on a roll
City invests in events-led recovery
Free extended outdoor dining permits
Officers help city businesses become COVID-safe
New Jobs, Fresh Look For Melbourne’s Famous Laneways
Elizabeth Street early works to commence
Better buildings for a more sustainable city
$300 million is welcome relief for small businesses but more needed for sole traders
$100 million boost to Melbourne’s reopening
Taking To Footpaths: Getting Ready For Outdoor Dining
Arron Wood EXTEND ZONE TO 10KM TO SUPPORT OUR EATERIES
City buskers taking their performances online
City considers COVID-19 Reactivation and Recovery Plan
Team Arron Wood revealed – Lord Mayor Elections
Arron Wood’s small business recovery package
Modelling shows central city needs more support
Victorian government called to seize vacant properties to house the homeless
Director Corporate Services and Executive Manager People and Culture appointed
Arron Wood’s plan to Revive Melbourne – Lord Mayor election
Royal Park blooms to boost biodiversity
Council election information one click away on VEC website
Tourism Executive, Natalie O’Brien to lead City’s Tourism Strategy
Labor opens door to rate relief to boost affordable housing
$2.8 million boost for Melbourne art and culture
More space for pedestrians in Melbourne’s Little Streets
Footpaths & bike lanes key to active travel post coronavirus
EOIs sought to spread Christmas cheer
$10 million in support available for CBD businesses
Hundreds expected at summit on a clean, council-led recovery
Hundreds expected at national summit on a clean, council-led recovery
Hundreds expected at summit on a clean, council-led recovery
Hundreds expected at national summit on a clean, council-led recovery
Feasibility study for maritime heritage precinct
Temporary changes to parking restrictions
Council considers proposal to transform Ikon Park
Melbourne’s pre-COVID economy hit $104 billion
Melbourne office vacancy rate rises but fundamental strengths remain
Thousands more parking passes for frontline workers
Pedestrian counts lowest in decades
New Western Pavilion to support women’s sport
First fast-tracked bike lanes installed
Postwar buildings recommended for heritage protection
Australia’s leaders in innovation launch Online Startup & Innovation Awards
Grants for innovative small businesses
Bike superhighway needs to be fast-tracked in Melbourne
More of Melbourne’s exceptional trees to be protected
Works commence on Southbank Boulevard Civic Space