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A bicycle built for two?

Finding someone to share your life with has never been easy, especially with more of us working longer hours than ever before.

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Museums Victoria joins ‘autism-friendly’ movement

This week Coles expanded autism-friendly shopping to nearly 70 stores around the country, after successful trials were held in August.

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Big sale for a tiny dream

Thousands of people attended Melbourne’s first Tiny Homes auction at the weekend.

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Discovering Melbourne’s stranger arts

Melburnians have long prided themselves on the city’s arts and cultural pursuits. Some are well known, but others less so.

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Supporting powerful, empowered women

We all know a healthy diet and exercise is important, but a group of Australian fitness trainers are trying

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Bodybuilders get pumped up for state championship show

Liela Boyd has a behind-the-scenes glimpse into preparations for the NABBA/WFF Victorian Championships on 17 September.

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On the box: Terry Evgeniadis

Ahead of next month’s Melbourne Beat Box Championships, Liela Boyd’s been speaking to Terry Evgeniadis, the founder of to ‘Beat Box Australia’ – this country’s most popular online community for beat boxers.

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Pulling the reins on Melbourne’s horse-drawn carriages

Animal activists, concerned citizens, and general horse lovers took to the streets of Melbourne yesterday to Rally for a ban on the Horse and Carriage industry in the CBD.

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Black Lives Matter plans push against racial profiling

Organisers of the Black Lives Matter rallies held in Melbourne and Sydney hailed both a success, saying they will continue pushing to stop racial profiling.

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