Latest City of Melbourne News

Statement from Lord Mayor
Big arts rescue packages and reform to NSW’s live music scene
Telling Story Of Family Violence
Medical researcher recognised as top Melburnian
WEHI director named 2020 Melburnian of Year
Cities win appeal over supersized phone booths
Community Front And Centre In Marvel Stadium Revamp
Working from home must remain central to COVID-19 response
Corkman pub developers found in contempt of court
Sally Capp sworn in as Melbourne’s Lord Mayor
Iconic Melbourne buskers take over city streets
Flowers to bloom across city this spring
Community heroes announced as finalists in Melbourne Awards
Visitors return as city reopens for business
Southeast Queensland is leading climate innovation
Blue Mountains Mayor crowned national climate ambassador of year
Ballarat Deputy Mayor commended at national climate awards
Shoalhaven shines bright at national climate awards
Lake Macquarie wins national climate award
Metro Melbourne councils crowned climate leaders at national awards
Happy Christmas – Victorian retail is open for business
Works commence on Exhibition Street bike lanes
National climate awards finalists announced
Reviving Melbourne’s $1.5-billion live music scene is crucial for Victoria’s COVID recovery
Victorian Socialists condemn public housing “privatisation by stealth”
More space for pedestrians on Spencer Street
Melbourne Music Week Extended – three-month program
Plan for Rebooting Melbourne
Localising Sustainable Development Goals
Partnership to support Sustainable Development Goals for City of Melbourne
Parking still free but time restrictions to resume
Physical distancing encouraged in Melbourne’s parks
Outdoor dining to transform Melbourne
Myer Christmas windows to go ahead
A makeover for Melbourne’s laneways
Fast-tracked bike lane project on a roll
City invests in events-led recovery
Officers help city businesses become COVID-safe
Free extended outdoor dining permits
New Jobs, Fresh Look For Melbourne’s Famous Laneways
Elizabeth Street early works to commence
Better buildings for a more sustainable city
$300 million is welcome relief for small businesses but more needed for sole traders
$100 million boost to Melbourne’s reopening
Taking To Footpaths: Getting Ready For Outdoor Dining
Arron Wood EXTEND ZONE TO 10KM TO SUPPORT OUR EATERIES
City considers COVID-19 Reactivation and Recovery Plan
City buskers taking their performances online