2018 Junior Lord Mayor is Chloe Amalfi

And the twelve-year-old from Genazzano FCJ College in Kew wants Melbourne to win back it's 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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OAM honour for committee member Claude Lombard 

Claude Lombard, Melbourne Day Committee member

Melbourne Day's Claude Lombard has been awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM).

Claude was recognised in the Australia Day 2018 honours for service to the printing industry and to the community.

Claude, who serves on the Melbourne Day Committee, is managing director of Lombard The Paper People, an Australia Day Ambassador for many years and a former director of Melbourne Tourism Authority.

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Dr Susan Alberti, Melburnian of the Year 2017-2018

Philanthropist, fundraiser and businesswoman Dr Susan Alberti AC is the Melburnian of the Year 2017, for contribution to major medical research, particularly as an advocate for type 1 diabetes care and research.

Dr Alberti is co-founder and Managing Director of the DANSU Group and Chairman of the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation.

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