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Under a $1.85 billion contract, a French company will build 100 new Melbourne trams

Under a $1.85 billion contract, a French company will build 100 new Melbourne trams In This Article Here is the latest news in Melbourne The Victorian government has agreed to build 100 accessible trams in Melbourne’s south-east for $1.85 billion with Alstom, a French rolling stock company. The news follows the state government’s allocation of …

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Two days after being attacked again, a Melbourne business was severely damaged

Two days after being attacked again, a Melbourne business was severely damaged

Two days after being attacked again, a Melbourne business was severely damaged In This Article Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Here is the latest news in Melbourne After being targeted by arsonists twice in two days, a company in Melbourne’s south-east has suffered significant damage. The shop, which …

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Melbourne's population is decreasing as international students and metropolitan people leave

Melbourne’s population is decreasing as international students and metropolitan people leave

Melbourne’s population is decreasing as international students and metropolitan people leave In This Article Latest News in Melbourne Before the epidemic, Melbourne was one of the world’s fastest-growing advanced cities, according to Marcus Spiller, a founder of SGS Economics & Planning. He anticipated the trend to resume in a comfortable manner. “Population growth signifies, at …

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A car fire on a Melbourne highway killed a woman and two children

A car fire on a Melbourne highway killed a woman and two children

A car fire on a Melbourne highway killed a woman and two children The cause of a catastrophic car fire in Melbourne’s south-east that killed three people, including two small children, is being investigated by arson investigators. The circumstances surrounding the fire in Cranbourne West on Thursday night are still being investigated, although police have …

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After a deadly stabbing in Melbourne's Docklands, five persons were detained, two of them were charged with murder

After a deadly stabbing in Melbourne’s Docklands, five persons were detained, two of them were charged with murder

After a deadly stabbing in Melbourne’s Docklands, five persons were detained, two of them were charged with murder In This Article Five were arrested, two of whom were charged with murder associated in stabbing incident in Melbourne’s Docklands. Five males have been detained in Melbourne’s Docklands in connection with a stabbing incident that left one …

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New Zealand Breakers get thrashed by Melbourne United by 35 points

New Zealand Breakers get thrashed by Melbourne United by 35 points

New Zealand Breakers get thrashed by Melbourne United by 35 points In This Article Melbourne United put on a clinic as they hammered the New Zealand Breakers 108-73, cruising to their 11th NBL victory of the season. After jumping out to a 30-20 lead in the first quarter, United’s lead grew to 30 points before …

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Fewer than 500 individuals have been admitted to hospital while Victoria recorded 7224 new COVID-19 cases

Fewer than 500 individuals have been admitted to hospital while Victoria recorded 7224 new COVID-19 cases

Fewer than 500 individuals have been admitted to hospital while Victoria recorded 7224 new COVID-19 cases In This Article Here is the latest COVID19 Update in Melbourne On Thursday, almost seven million people in Melbourne and surrounding Victoria state were supposed to be let out of a four-week lockdown, but state premier Dan Andrews announced …

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Melbourne's sweltering January nights set a new record

Melbourne’s sweltering January nights set a new record

Melbourne’s sweltering January nights set a new record In This Article If you felt January was hotter than usual, the data back you up, with the month shattering decades-old temperature records. Melburnians have experienced a string of excruciatingly hot nights, with a mean low temperature of 18.3 degrees in January, the hottest average minimum temperature …

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In Melbourne, the Captain Cook statue has been vandalized

In Melbourne, the Captain Cook statue has been vandalized

In Melbourne, the Captain Cook statue has been vandalized. In This Article Captain Cook statue has been vandalized during ‘Invasion Day’. On Australia Day, a monument of Captain Cook in a Melbourne park was freshly painted red. On Wednesday morning, the monument in Catani Gardens in St Kilda was vandalized. Just before 8 a.m., Victoria …

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