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Parties remain divided on South Yarra station

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The future of South Yarra station is a key election issue in tightly contested Prahran. With the Government planning to leave the station out of the Metro Tunnel, the State Opposition and Greens have pushed back. Ged Shearer reports.

 

 

 

 

 

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