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Wednesday, 15 June 2016

We were once afraid of heroin. Now 13 people can die without notice

We were once afraid of heroin. Now 13 people can die without notice
 - I was a student in Melbourne during those years. This was before all the money was sloshing around – before laneway bars and pop-up restaurants. Melbourne felt different then. The economy was crawling, it always seemed to be cold, the city was a sort of badlands of shops up for lease, foreclosures, dirty awesome live music venues, old-man pubs, low-hanging skies.