What’s open, what’s closed and what’s on in Melbourne

Tickets or bookings are not required for those wishing to commemorate the event at the Shrine Reserve. The service can also be watched from the comfort of your own home via livestreams on the Shrine of Remembrance’s website, Facebook page and YouTube channel. Melbourne’s Anzac Day march in 2021.Credit:Chris Hopkins Older veterans and those with …

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Melbourne Airport: What’s causing the delays?

More than 1.72 million people passed through Melbourne Airport in March, just 7600 fewer than the number recorded in March 2020. About 1.5 million domestic travellers arrived at Tullamarine, 260,000 more than the March 2020 figure. Tullamarine had its busiest day in two years last Friday as 90,000 travellers passed through. Thursday is expected to …

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What’s on at Melbourne Music Week tonight: Wednesday December 8

It’s hump day! How to celebrate? How about a wicked hangover on Thursday morning? Melbourne Music Week’s packing the party vibes tonight, read on… MMW Club: Anti Fade Records Location: Max Watt’sDate: Wednesday, December 8Time: 7:30 – 11pmPrice: $20Genre: Rock / Punk / Jazz / Soul Anti Fade Records and Max Watt’s are teaming up …

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Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown is over — here’s a reminder of what’s changed

As Melbourne exits what is touted to be its final COVID-19 lockdown, the city’s weary residents can be forgiven for losing track of precisely what changes are happening this time around. Both Melbourne and Mildura have left lockdown conditions behind, while other parts of regional Victoria have gained some extra freedoms. While Victorians are still being asked to …

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