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Melburnians get on the beers at midnight as pubs and restaurants open after lockdown


Liam Ganley had waited more than 100 days for this moment, and when it came there was one overwhelming emotion — relief.

As the clock ticked past midnight, Melbourne restaurants and pubs were legally allowed to throw open their doors to customers as lockdown rules were officially eased.

While most decided to wait until the sun came up, Mr Ganley wanted to savour the occasion as soon as possible by setting up balloons and cutting a ribbon at his Prahran restaurant, Angus & Bon.

A crowd of about 20…



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