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Shrouds don’t have pockets: using an inheritance to build a social enterprise hub

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Dita De Boni Mon, 06 Dec 2021

The city of Melbourne is planning to establish a social enterprise hub in shipping containers in the dead space under the railway tracks on Flinders Street that will operate in early 2022, comprising a community grocer, café, office fruit and milk delivery service, and a rural entrepreneurship

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