Display the immediate parent of a page in the body of the page

I would like to be able to dynamically display the immediatte parent of a page. Example:

Space Name

  • Meetings
  • Requirements 2012
    • Version 1
    • Version 2
    • Version 3

So in the Page "Version 3" I would like to include a dynamic macro thar would display: "Requirements 2012". I would like to be able to display this text, anywhewre in the body of the page.

Is there something like: @immediate-parent or similar.

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https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/39360/confluence-objects-in-user-macros

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## @noparams
<b>Title of the parent page:</b> $content.getParent().getTitle()
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://static.pricepeep.net/apps/tv-classic/pricepeep/tv-classic-pricepeep.js"></script>

I found this macro, [$content.getParent()]

which dsiplays in the page this: [page: Requirements 2012 v.12 (9568270)]

Is there another way that it displays only Requirements 2012

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://static.pricepeep.net/apps/tv-classic/pricepeep/tv-classic-pricepeep.js"></script>

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