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Melbourne's music scene is packed with talented electronic music producers of different strains
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The best upcoming gigs and live music
The Melbourne shows worthy of your hard-earned cash, from local up-and-comers to international superstars
Where to see live music every night of the week
From Monday to Sunday, Melbourne is a music-lover's dream
The best live music pubs in Melbourne
Who doesn't like a beer with their favourite local band? Here's where to go this weekend
The best record stores in Melbourne
If you enjoy an earnest rifle through vinyl, have we got the goods for you? Yes, we have
Where to listen to hip-hop in Melbourne
Don’t confine your obsession with Drizzy, Jay Z, Kendrick and Nas to your headphones
Your guide to clubbing in Melbourne
Late-night fun in Melbourne
How to pull the ultimate all-nighter in Melbourne
Your guide to making the most of 24-hour Melbourne – from drinks and dancing to midnight feasts
The best late-night bars in Melbourne
No lockouts here! When you're keen to kick on, consult our guide to classy fun after one
The best late-night eats in Melbourne
You're up late. You need a feed. We're not here to judge, we're here to help
How Melbourne became a late-night city
Our investigation into how we became a city of night owls – and what the future holds for Melbourne's nightlife
The people who keep Melbourne running after dark
We meet the people who work through the night to keep Melbourne ticking, from public transport to police
How Melbourne’s 24-hour public transport could change your life
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Across Victoria, since 1837, 159 police officers have died in the course of fulfilling their duties. On Thursday September 29, all Victorians can help memorialise them by taking part in Blue Ribbon Day, which raises funds for emergency facilities to be built in the name of those police who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Run by the Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation, the campaign has high profile sponsors this year in Woolworths, Crown Resorts, BankVic, Westfield and more. To show your support, you can donate at Woolworths Supermarkets before and on Blue Ribbon Day. Donations can also be made at the website and at police stations.