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Joe Avati: Comedian lists big Carlton North pad

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An underground bar, Roman steam shower and walk-in closet with 300 pairs of shoes under a bottom cover: Joe Avati brought his global travels to this classy address. Comedian Joe Avati is selling his refurbished Carlton North home inspired by his overseas trips. The four-bedroom Victorian features a Tuscan

Warwick Farm trainer Jarrod Austin targets Looks Like Elvis at the VOBIS Gold Bar in Pakenham

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Melbourne’s drier tracks convinced NSW coach Jarrod Austin to give Look Like Elvis a shot at the VOBIS Gold Bar in Pakenham on Saturday. It looks like Elvis’ observations could extend to Saturday’s VOBIS Gold Bar (1400m) winner’s booth in Pakenham. It looks like Elvis will be traveling south

Omicron updates: Dan’s promise for Victoria Covid-19 vaccine rule

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Urgent testing is underway after NSW Health announced concerns over two Covid cases who touched down in the state on November 25. Australian leaders will attend an urgent national cabinet meeting today after the nation confirmed five Omicron cases, with that number expected to rise. So far, four cases

Covid Victoria: Melbourne manufactures mRNA vaccine that could bust Omicron variant

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A Melbourne-made vaccine could potentially bust the concerning Omicron variant that has triggered border closures and placed the world on high alert. Victoria has successfully manufactured its own mRNA Covid vaccine candidate, with human trials on the potential Omicron buster to begin in the new year. It comes as

Middle Park pad sells for a record $9.8 million in auction week

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A nearly $10 million deal made the headlines during Victoria’s biggest auction week on record, during which an estimated $1.3 billion in real estate was sold. The nearly $10 million deal made the headlines during Victoria’s biggest auction week on record. $1.3 billion real estate sold. According to the

British Columbia expands fuel rationing after floods

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The Canadian Pacific Coast province of British Columbia is extending fuel rationing until December 14 until a major pipeline is back online after a series of devastating storms in the southern part of the province PastAssociated Press 29 November 2021, 22:58 • 1 min read Share to FacebookShare on

Live updates for COVID: National Cabinet meets because the Omicron variant is in quarantine

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Live updates 11m ago11 minutes agoMon 29 November 2021 at 21:07 By Michael Doyle Victoria’s pandemic law will pass Parliament The controversial pandemic legislation of the Victorian government seems to be going through Parliament after a crossbencher agreed to support an amended version of the bill. Transport issues MP

Briki cafe: Melbourne cafe owner Simon Kandias found a threatening note with a brick through the window

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A Melbourne cafe owner was stunned to discover a creepy note affixed to his restaurant and a “huge” brick thrown out of his window. A Melbourne cafe owner was stunned to find an ominous death-threatening note left at his workplace. Symeon Kandias also found a brick thrown from the

Developers want a new route to Appin to help build 40,000 new homes

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The developers have identified an outer Sydney suburb as the key to helping solve the city’s housing shortage and are hoping for a major infrastructure project there. Future answers to Sydney’s housing problems may lie in the southwest, with developers set to build 40,000 new homes pushing for a

Covid Victoria: Melbourne protesters test positive; suspected Omicron case tests negative

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One protester is in hospital with Covid, while at least nine attended the demonstrations while infectious. Meanwhile, a suspected Omicron case has tested negative. Nineteen people who attended freedom rally protests earlier this month have tested positive, with one of the infections in hospital. The Department of Health has