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10 years on

Issue 11 – February/March 2005
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Chamber update

News from the Chamber
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Delving into the positives
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Fashion Image

Fashion

The fashion lane
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Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing

Winter fitness tips
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Letters

On river speed limits
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

Things to consider when purchasing an apartment
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Nightlife Image

Nightlife

Local venue rocks
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Owners Corporation Law

Wet ' n' Wild comes to Strataland
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Pets Corner

Puffy lion dog
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We Live Here

Council supports residents
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Paintbrushes at the ready

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The search is on for the next artists who will take out the Mission to Seafarers Victoria’s (MtSV) annual maritime art awards.

Now in its 15th year the ANL Maritime Art Awards and Exhibition raises funds and awareness to support the core work of the mission.

The MtSV is now accepting entries from artists responding to the theme of “the relationship between humanity and the sea”.

According to MtSV CEO Andrea Fleming, the annual art awards and exhibition allows the mission not only to raise much-needed funds but also gives it voice to talk about the plight of seafarers.

“The importance of the art prize is that it helps to raise funds to support the provision of an onshore facility for seafarers. The mission has been a home-away-from-home for seafarers...

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Price cut sees ferry numbers grow

Port Phillip Ferries has seen a steady increase in passenger numbers since slashing ticket prices in mid-June.
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Thumbs up for new bike hub

Local not-for-profit Good Cycles has successfully raised the $40,000 needed to build a bicycle hub on Harbour Esplanade.
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G’day neighbour - Fishermans Bend re-imagined Image

G’day neighbour - Fishermans Bend re-imagined

Planning Minister Richard Wynne has released a new vision for Docklands’ future neighbours Fishermans Bend.
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Everyone’s talking about it

It’s an issue that has been known to elicit opinions from even the most non-committal.
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Shortlist for Western  Distributor construction Image

Shortlist for Western Distributor construction

The State Government has narrowed down the field of contenders vying to build the Western Distributor.
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Local schools are overflowing

Inner-city state schools are overflowing, with almost all of the government schools available to Docklands students above capacity, according to a local lobby group.
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Edition - July 2016

Thumbs up for new bike hub

Local not-for-profit Good Cycles has successfully raised the $40,000 needed to build a bicycle hub on Harbour Esplanade.

30 Jun 2016

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AFL proposal won’t affect Esplanade

The AFL’s $300 million proposal to revamp Etihad Stadium is unlikely to impact on plans for Harbour Esplanade's redevelopment.

30 Jun 2016

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Paintbrushes at the ready

The search is on for the next artists who will take out the Mission to Seafarers Victoria’s (MtSV) annual maritime art awards.

30 Jun 2016

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Local buildings open doors

Buildings across Docklands will open their doors later this month during Open House Melbourne.

30 Jun 2016

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G’day neighbour - Fishermans Bend re-imagined

Planning Minister Richard Wynne has released a new vision for Docklands’ future neighbours Fishermans Bend.

30 Jun 2016

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New night for social club

Don’t miss this month’s Docklands Social Club gathering at Yarra’s Edge.

30 Jun 2016

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Yarra’s Edge activation

Places Victoria is investigating temporary community recreation uses at an empty site at the end of Yarra’s Edge.

30 Jun 2016

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Docklands kids awarded school design prize

They may not have started primary school yet but the children from The Harbour Family and Children’s Centre in Docklands sure know what they would like to see in their “dream” school.

30 Jun 2016

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Local schools are overflowing

Inner-city state schools are overflowing, with almost all of the government schools available to Docklands students above capacity, according to a local lobby group.

30 Jun 2016

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Price cut sees ferry numbers grow

Port Phillip Ferries has seen a steady increase in passenger numbers since slashing ticket prices in mid-June.

30 Jun 2016

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Shortlist for Western Distributor construction

The State Government has narrowed down the field of contenders vying to build the Western Distributor.

30 Jun 2016

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Sloppy records

The City of Melbourne has said it will fix errors in its property lease register after Docklands News recently brought mistakes to its attention.

30 Jun 2016

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School holiday fun

If you’re looking for something fun to do during the school holidays then look no further than Harbour Town Melbourne.

30 Jun 2016

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Networking in Docklands

Local stakeholders were treated to a middle-eastern feast at the June Docklands Networking lunch.

30 Jun 2016

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New chairman for mission

The former chairman of the Port of Melbourne Corporation as joined the Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) as its new chairman.

30 Jun 2016

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MPavilion set to open

Docklands’ newest community space is set to open this month.

30 Jun 2016

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Lunchtime learning

Looking for something interesting to do on your lunch break?

30 Jun 2016

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Donation for Alma Doepel

Alma Doepel was granted a $7500 cheque last month from the Freemasons Foundation of Victoria to assist with her restoration.

30 Jun 2016

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Everyone’s talking about it

It’s an issue that has been known to elicit opinions from even the most non-committal.

30 Jun 2016

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Local paddlers head to Hong Kong

Two local dragon boat teams hit the water in Hong Kong last month, competing at the International Dragon Boat Race.

30 Jun 2016

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Adding some sparkle

The annual Docklands Winter Fireworks are back this month, bringing a little bit of sparkle to your Friday nights throughout July and August.

29 Jun 2016

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Soccer friendly sparks anti-social behaviour

A friendly game between the Socceroos and Greece at Etihad Stadium last month was marred by anti-social behaviour.

29 Jun 2016

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