WILL we, or won’t we?
That’s the question mark over whether Melbourne will be blessed with a street market as highlighted in this month’s Village Voice.
A trial version was due to take place in May, but never happened, leaving local traders and shoppers scratching their heads. It appears that, contrary to initial understanding, planning permission is after all needed. As our headline says: Watch this space.
Our Page 1 picture is of Melbourne’s very own Harry and Meghan ‘walking down the aisle’, with a centre pages spread devoted to how the area celebrated the Royal Wedding.
There is big news on the sporting front with the announcement that Melbourne’s two football clubs – Dynamo and United – are to merge. The new club, under the Melbourne Dynamo banner, will cater from players as young as six all the way up to the senior level.
Keep hitting the net lads!
Dog owners are facing the threat of being fined if they let their pets off the lead at Melbourne Sports Park. It is a decision that has several local people barking out their anger.
On a lighter note, there is the chance to win a luxury motorhome for four days. Fancy it? Take a look in our Letters page. Carry on, campers.
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