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Uniform title: City (East Melbourne, Vic.)
East Melbourne [Vic.] : Fairfax Community Network, 2008-2010
Uniform title: City weekly (Docklands, Vic.)
Docklands [Vic.] : Fairfax Community Network, 2010-
Uniform title: Weekend (Melbourne, Vic.)
Melbourne, Vic. : Printed by Consolidated Press, for Victorian Magazine Distributors, 1954-
Melbourne : Ebenezer and David Syme, 1867-1875
Uniform title: Illustrated Australian news for home readers (Tasmanian ed.)
Melbourne : Ebenezer and David Syme
NewspaperNewspaper [text, still image, volume]
Uniform title: Newsletter (Koonung Mullum Forestway Association)
Box Hill North, Vic. : The Association
East Melbourne : The East Melbourne Group, 1980-2010
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
[Fitzroy, Victoria] : Print & Digital Publishing Pty Ltd, 2011
JournalJournal [text, still image, volume]
Richmond, Vic. : Via Media, 2002-2005
Uniform title: Illustrated Melbourne post (Tasmanian ed.)
Melbourne : R. Stewart, -1868
NewspaperNewspaper [text, still image, volume]
Melbourne : Australian Microfilm Services
MicroformMicroform, NewspaperNewspaper
St. Kilda, Vic. : Magmedia, [2006]-
East Melbourne : East Melbourne Group, 2012
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Uniform title: Melbourne review (Melbourne, Vic. : 2011)
Melbourne : Melbourne Review, 2011-
[Melbourne] : Printed & published by E. Whitehead & Co. Lithographers, [between 1860 and 1880]
Uniform title: Newsletter (Save Albert Park (Action group))
[South Melbourne, Vic.] : Save Albert Park, 1994-
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Melbourne : City of Melbourne, 2009-
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
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