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Sunday Sum-Up: Eight Things That Happened in Melbourne This Week

Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days.
By Sarah Ward
January 26, 2020
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Sunday Sum-Up: Eight Things That Happened in Melbourne This Week

Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days.
By Sarah Ward
January 26, 2020
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  • Arts & Entertainment

    Tame Impala Have Just Announced a Huge Australian and NZ Stadium Tour

    And they'll be donating $300,000 from the tour to bushfire relief charities.

  • Food & Drink

    Mary's Is Melbourne's Debaucherous New Burger Joint Hidden Down a CBD Laneway

    Look for the red light and head inside for cracking burgers — for vegans and carnivores alike.

  • Food & Drink

    Singapore's Michelin-Starred Hawker Chan Will Open Two More Melbourne Outposts Next Week

    The Box Hill restaurants will feature new menu items alongside the legendary soya chicken and char siu pork.

  • Food & Drink

    St Kilda's Prince Public Bar Has Reopened with a New Look and an Extensive New Menu

    The legendary front bar is now serving breakfast through dinner.

  • Food & Drink

    An All-Pink Pretzel Shop Has Opened Its Colourful Doors in South Yarra

    The soft and salty baked-to-order pretzels are on offer till 2.30am on weekends.

  • Food & Drink

    Indie Beer Label CoConspirators Is Opening a 195-Seater Brunswick Brewpub This Year

    It'll be pouring the label's core beer range, as well as a few exclusive releases.

  • Design & Style

    German Supermarket Giant Kaufland Has Suddenly Ditched Its Plans to Open Stores in Australia

    It will no longer expand Down Under, saying that it wants to concentrate on its European markets.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Melbourne's 38-Year-Old Polyester Records Is Closing Its Doors for Good

    It survived the fall and rise of vinyl records, but now the Brunswick Street indie legend is calling it quits.

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