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Melbourne's city street names link directly to the story of colonial life in Port Phillip.
Hard times and economic woes made the lure of alcohol all too tempting for Melbourne's common folk.
He was a man of strong opinions, and a central figure in the early years of Port Phillip.
In the 1930s, an educational pamphlet taught children a version of their town's history.
It lacked the complexity of newspapers today, but Fawkner's ‘rag' was the beginning of Melbourne's media.
The witty observations of an Irish journalist tell the real story of life in Port Phillip.
An Irish migrant became one of the most influential men in Victorian public life.
John Batman and John Pascoe Fawkner are credited as Melbourne's first pioneers, but who arrived first?
Despite his passion for cultural development, judge Redmond Barry was ruthless in court.
Water management has become an important issue in our ‘sunburnt country', but its imprint on the environment can't be ignored.