In a gripping revelation, the Public Record Office Victoria (PROV) in North Melbourne has cracked open its vaults, exposing the hidden exploits of notorious criminals from the 1930s and ‘40s.
The City of Melbourne is the latest Victorian local council looking at doing what it can to mitigate the growing number of short-stay apartments in its municipality in a bid to open the market to more long-term renters in the city.Read More
North Melbourne will soon be home to a new community hub as the City of Melbourne looks to meet the diverse needs of the area’s fast-growing population.Read More
The major public artworks that will feature at Melbourne’s five new underground train stations will create a world-class art trail when the Metro Tunnel opens in 2025.
Have you ever reimagined parts of your neighbourhood? How you’d like it to be used or how it connects members of the community?Read More
North Melbourne resident Elio Sarpi has made his community proud, taking home the Local History Project Award at the 2024 Community History Awards on February 2 for his Instagram page, Houses of North and West Melbourne.Read More
“The sky’s the limit” when it comes to local Kensington resident Chin Quah’s passion project, Bricks2Change; a LEGO Builders Club based in Malaysia that aims to recycle unwanted LEGO in support of children’s learning and development.Read More
In a gripping revelation, the Public Record Office Victoria (PROV) in North Melbourne has cracked open its vaults, exposing the hidden exploits of notorious criminals from the 1930s and ‘40s.Read More