Melbourne named world's "most livable city"

MELBOURNE has again been named the world's "most livable city", in a key global index released yesterday.

The Economist's Liveability Ranking named mostly Australian and Canadian cities in the top five.

Listed after Melbourne was Vienna, Austria; Canada's Vancouver and Toronto; with Adelaide and the Canadian city of Calgary on equal fifth.

Sydney and Perth were ranked seventh and eighth respectively and Brisbane 18th.

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