We showed ur pride

The Melbourne flag was raised, cupcakes devoured and Enterprize Wharf's pylons rattled to help mark our city's 183rd birthday.

Be proud, Melbourne. You're more marvellous and dazzling today than ever. Celebrate all that's great.

Junior Lord Mayor Chloe Amalfi handing our cupcakes

Winning style: Junior Lord Mayor Chloe Amalfi at the flag-raising ceremony.

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Flag day: Jazz on the Yarra, raising the Melbourne flag, Lord Mayor Sally Capp and Junior Lord Mayor Chloe Amalfi with students and Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses' mascot Otto with fans. Photos: Vicki Walsh Photography

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And Chloe Amalfi, 12, from Genazzano FCJ College, Kew, wants back our World's Most Liveable City title.

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2018 Junior Lord Mayor wants our city's No 1 title back

2018 Junior Lord Mayor Chloe Amalfi

Watch out Vienna, Melbourne's new Junior Lord Mayor wants our number one title back.

And Chloe Amalfi, 12, from Genazzano FCJ College in Kew, has a list of homework for Melbourne to win back its crown.

"We should be the World's Most Liveable City," she said.

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