‘It Forces You to Consider Your Place in the World Today’: The Melbourne Holocaust Museum Reopens After a Three-Year Rebuild
17 Nov 2023
City File Rachelle Unreich’s mother, a concentration camp survivor, taught her about the goodness of people, and her story is preserved both in a new book, and at the recently reopened museum redeveloped by Kerstin Thompson Architects.
Soft Plastics Recycling Is Back for Melburnians in Nine Council Areas – Right From the Doorstep
10 Jul 2023
City File Recyclesmart lets you schedule a “power pick-up” and finally get rid of those hard-to-recycle bits and pieces that are taking up prime real estate in your cupboards and drawers. You can subscribe to monthly collections or arrange a one-off pick-up if you’re moving or doing a deep clean.
Grounded for MND Is a Fundraising Photo Exhibition and Dinner Series (With Top Chefs) for Motor Neurone Disease
06 Feb 2023
City File Dig deep, Melbourne. Food writer Sofia Levin is doing it all for her dad, Greg, a talented photographer who has MND. There’ll be a five-course dinner, a yum cha and caviar banquet, and more. Plus, win a $2500 Yarra Valley trip.