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10 years on

Issue 3 - Sept/Oct 2003
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Away from the desk

Holidays, sausage rolls, timber decking and stuff
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Docklander

Harmonious Docklands
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Docklands Science Image

Docklands Science

Dog communication
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Docklands Secrets

Docklands boundaries
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Key looks for Spring and Summer
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Good News Bill

Reporting from the Chamber of Commerce
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Letters Image

Letters

Library hours
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

Bank of Queensland and MICM Property
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Nightlife Image

Nightlife

Comedy carnival in Docklands
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North Wharf News

Building bridges
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Owners Corporation Law

Short-term stay solution
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Pets Corner

Home away from home
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New event for Docklands

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Docklands will host a new major Christmas event this December, which is hoped to become a key part of Melbourne’s festive calendar in years to come.

For the first time Destination Docklands will hold “Jubilation”, a three-day festival that will raise funds for the Country Fire Authority (CFA).

According to Destination Docklands CEO Anita Donnelly, the partnership with the CFA will capture the true spirit of Christmas and will provide an opportunity to show appreciation to CFA volunteers as they head into their busiest time of year.

“At Destination Docklands we strive to create events and a profile of the precinct that emotionally connects Victorians to Docklands and brings the precinct alive,” Ms Donnelly said.

“Given this challenge we looked for...

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Jane’s persistence pays off Image

Jane’s persistence pays off

Victorian artist Jane Flowers’ commitment paid off when she took out the top prize at the annual Mission to Seafarers Maritime Art Prize last month.
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Council fails to curb short-stays Image

Council fails to curb short-stays

After three years and a legal bill of more than $350,000, the City of Melbourne has failed to curb short-stay apartments in the Watergate building.
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Steady progress for chamber Image

Steady progress for chamber

Docklands Chamber of Commerce elected its new executive committee at last month’s annual general meeting (AGM).
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New spaces for program Image

New spaces for program

Docklands Spaces is expanding its Victoria Harbour presence with a number of initiatives set to move into the Lifestyle Working building on Collins St.
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Call out for E-Gate interest Image

Call out for E-Gate interest

Docklands’ northerly neighbour is back on the drawing board with the State Government last month calling for expressions of interest (EoI) from developers to build E-Gate.
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Supreme Court action over pool fees

Residents of Victoria Point have been locked out of the building’s pool and gym over a fees dispute between the owners’ corporation (OC) and the facility’s owner.
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Edition - November 2014

Council fails to curb short-stays

After three years and a legal bill of more than $350,000, the City of Melbourne has failed to curb short-stay apartments in the Watergate building.

30 Oct 2014

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Community resigned to tram bridge fate

The fight against the Fishermans Bend tram bridge appears all but lost, according to the Yarra’s Edge community.

30 Oct 2014

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Supreme Court action over pool fees

Residents of Victoria Point have been locked out of the building’s pool and gym over a fees dispute between the owners’ corporation (OC) and the facility’s owner.

30 Oct 2014

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Support for local garden

Local businesses are getting behind the Docklands Community Garden.

30 Oct 2014

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Non-residents still not welcome

Docklands Community Association (DCA) president Roger Gardner will, on November 13, make another attempt to ban non-residents from membership.

30 Oct 2014

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Call out for E-Gate interest

Docklands’ northerly neighbour is back on the drawing board with the State Government last month calling for expressions of interest (EoI) from developers to build E-Gate.

30 Oct 2014

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Owners’ corporation groups sprouting

Owners’ corporations across Melbourne are joining forces, with three different groups formed over the past year.

30 Oct 2014

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New face in Victoria Harbour

There’s a new face at the helm of the Victoria Harbour project, with Tim Campbell now leading the Lend Lease team.

30 Oct 2014

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Support needed for event

The Rotary Club of Docklands is seeking support from local businesses for an event it is holding in Docklands this month.

30 Oct 2014

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Docklands witnesses a huge event

Docklands was abuzz during the International Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses at Etihad Stadium last month.

30 Oct 2014

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Meet your state election candidates

Docklands residents are invited to attend a “Meet the Candidates” night this month, ahead of the upcoming state election.

30 Oct 2014

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Book your seats at final lunch

The last Docklands Networking Lunch for the year is almost here and, right in the middle of the festive season, is sure to be fun.

30 Oct 2014

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Seniors Festival success

Docklands’ first foray into the annual Seniors Festival has been deemed a great success, according to Docklands Chamber of Commerce president Joh Maxwell.

30 Oct 2014

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New event for Docklands

Docklands will host a new major Christmas event this December, which is hoped to become a key part of Melbourne’s festive calendar in years to come.

30 Oct 2014

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Top job for Sarah

Docklander Sarah Seddon has been appointed chairperson of Destination Melbourne.

30 Oct 2014

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Legal implications for owners

A recent High Court decision could have implications for strata communities Australia-wide.

30 Oct 2014

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Waterways group formed

A waterways advisory group will provide recommendations to the State Government on the best model for waterways governance.

30 Oct 2014

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Descendants re-live enterprising voyage

Last month 45 descendants of William and Louisa Humphries embarked on a historic voyage aboard the replica tall-ship Enterprize in remembrance of their pioneering ancestors.

30 Oct 2014

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Steady progress for chamber

Docklands Chamber of Commerce elected its new executive committee at last month’s annual general meeting (AGM).

30 Oct 2014

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Top awards for Lucas

Docklands’ very own Lucas Real Estate was recognised at The Real Estate Institute of Victoria’s (RIEV) Awards for Excellence last month.

30 Oct 2014

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Bikes are just right

Thousands of Melburnians traded in their cars for a bike for Ride2Work Day on October 15.

30 Oct 2014

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Achtung baby

These four Bavarian fräuleins travelled around Docklands on a horse-drawn beer dray on October17 to promote and celebrate the opening of The HOF Downtown Bavarian Bar and Café.

30 Oct 2014

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Places Vic back in black

Places Victoria is back in the black, recording a $43.5 million profit over the last financial year.

30 Oct 2014

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New spaces for program

Docklands Spaces is expanding its Victoria Harbour presence with a number of initiatives set to move into the Lifestyle Working building on Collins St.

30 Oct 2014

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Fete fun at Gowrie

Gowrie Victoria Docklands celebrated its fourth annual fete on October 6 and by all reports it was “a huge success”.

30 Oct 2014

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Support for tower

City of Melbourne has given its conditional support to a 92-metre high residential building proposed for construction at the corner of Harbour Esplanade and LaTrobe St.

30 Oct 2014

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Get involved with Docklands relay

The Docklands Relay for Life is back again next year and the organising committee is seeking support from Docklands’ residents and workers.

30 Oct 2014

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Finding a new home

Storytellers will chart Melbourne’s immigration history in a unique event at the Library at the Dock this month.

30 Oct 2014

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Multicultural NewQuay

A NewQuay restaurant is holding a multicultural festival this month in hope of showcasing everything the area has to offer.

30 Oct 2014

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Social Club is up and running

Some 30 Docklanders turned out for the first Docklands Social Club outing on October 8 at Watermark in Victoria Harbour.

30 Oct 2014

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Speedway heads to stadium

Forget about footy and cricket, a very different sporting event is coming to Docklands next year.

30 Oct 2014

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AFL trades round up

The AFL trade period took place in October at Etihad Stadium, resulting in a number of surprising deals.

30 Oct 2014

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New tower for Digital Harbour

The northern entrance to Docklands is set to be transformed when construction of new mixed-use development begins at Digital Harbour this month.

30 Oct 2014

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Jane’s persistence pays off

Victorian artist Jane Flowers’ commitment paid off when she took out the top prize at the annual Mission to Seafarers Maritime Art Prize last month.

30 Oct 2014

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