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Victorian Government, City of Melbourne pledge $260m to bring CBD back to life – ABC News

Diners will be able to claim up to $100 back when eating out in the city, and millions of dollars will be spent renewing central spaces.

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Diners in Melbourne’s CBD will soon receive discounts of up to $100 on their meals as part of a plan, worth more than $260 million, to revive the city.
Key points:

  • Diners will be able to claim up to $100 back under a 20 per cent rebate scheme
  • The Victorian government and Melbourne City Council have pledged more than $260m
  • Arts and cultural events will be funded to help bring people back into the CBD

The Victorian government has announced its budget, out later this month, will include $100 million…

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