Metro Melbourne reunites with regional Victoria as travel limit scrapped | 7NEWS

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A regional reunion is now underway as Melburnians are finally able to leave city limits. A bumper weekend is predicted but wild weather provided yet another hurdle for many struggling local businesses.

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