Developer Plots 2300 Lot Estate in Western Melbourne

Fuelled by HomeBuilder, Melbourne’s northern and western growth corridors recorded record sales across 2021, leaving the zone with less than a month’s supply of retail lots and only a handful of titled allotments. According to RPM Real Estate Group, since peaking at just over 70000 lots at the end of 2020, the number of lots …

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Big Bash League to relocate to Melbourne hub amid Covid-109

The Big Bash League is preparing to seek refuge from its Covid-19 nightmare by setting up shop in Melbourne for the remainder of the tournament. Sources at both Cricket Australia and interstate BBL clubs told News Corp that the league was seriously investigating the possibility of moving to Melbourne as Covid-19 outbreaks continue tearing through …

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BBL: Big Bash League to relocate to Melbourne hub amid Covid-19

Covid-19 has torn through the ranks of more than one BBL team and now the league is preparing to take drastic action. The Big Bash League is preparing to seek refuge from its Covid-19 nightmare by setting up shop in Melbourne for the remainder of the tournament. Sources at both Cricket Australia and interstate BBL …

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Covid-19 Melbourne: Testing sites shut due to massive demand

Several Melbourne testing sites have already shut temporarily as they deal with massive demand and queues snaking around city blocks. Covid testing at several Melbourne sites has already reached capacity, with people turned away as lines snake around city blocks. The Melbourne Town Hall testing site reached capacity before 9.30am as queues wound their way …

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Australian Open 2022: Rafael Nadal will play in Melbourne

There are mounting player withdrawals ahead of the Australian Open, but one big name is poised to play in Melbourne. Spanish legend Rafael Nadal is back training after contracting Covid-19 and set to fly to Melbourne to compete in next week’s ATP 250 tournament. The 20-time grand slam champion and 2009 Australian Open winner’s arrival …

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