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10 years on

Issue 11 – February/March 2005
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Away from the desk Image

Away from the desk

Izzy visits Docklands
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Community Association Image

Community Association

Greetings from the DCA
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

Rabble-rouser finds his niche
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Docklander

On your bike
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Docklands Science Image

Docklands Science

Dog communication
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Docklands Secrets

Docklands' urban jungle
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Fashion Image

Fashion

The "trickle down effect"
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Good News Bill

Reporting from the Chamber of Commerce
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Health and Wellbeing

Exercise and fat loss
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Letters Image

Letters

Harbour Esplanade
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Mission News

Shelter from the storm
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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 Image

Owners Corporation Law

OCs are a powerful democratic force
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

Puppy of the flies
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford Image

What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

Mastering the art of patience
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Following a seafarer’s journey

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Thousands of seafarers visit Victorian ports each year, but where do they go once they re-board their ships?

An installation launching at the Mission to Seafarers’ Norla Dome this month seeks to track the movements of seafarers and the souvenirs they carry with them.

The installation, The sea is all around us: Sensing the remote at the Norla Dome, by Margaret Woodward, is part of an ongoing research project into the “social life” of souvenirs.

Ms Woodward is an associate professor of design at Charles Sturt University and has previously created installations on the idea of souvenirs in Wagga Wagga and Iceland.

In her current installation, Ms Woodward will use chalk to transform the Norla Dome into a large-scale compass.

“I’m using the project to...

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Hip, hip, hooray! Image

Hip, hip, hooray!

Docklands’ own Library at the Dock celebrates its first birthday this month.
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NewQuay tower approved Image

NewQuay tower approved

The City of Melbourne last month approved a 17-storey residential tower, to be built at the NewQuay Piazza site.
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Experiencing our waterways Image

Experiencing our waterways

Docklands’ waterways are often considered its most significant asset and a group of students are currently investigating how local residents interact with this valuable feature.
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Lacrosse class action mooted Image

Lacrosse class action mooted

A class action is on the cards and a construction company is under investigation after the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) last month released the outcome of its investigation into the Lacrosse apartment building fire.
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Historic World War One photographs on display Image

Historic World War One photographs on display

A moving photography exhibition depicting the work of WWI era photographer Josiah Barnes launches at the Library at the Dock this month.
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888 Collins St lights up Image

888 Collins St lights up

Docklands will become home to a world-first lighting design when Victoria Harbour’s 888 Collins St is completed.
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Edition - May 2015

Hip, hip, hooray!

Docklands’ own Library at the Dock celebrates its first birthday this month.

28 Apr 2015

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Concerns remain over Fishermans Bend

While the Yarra’s Edge community can breathe a sigh of relief over the demise of the Fishermans Bend tram bridge, concerns remain over the potential heights of neighbouring buildings.

28 Apr 2015

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Total eclipse of the harbour

Docklands was a great place to watch the total eclipse and blood moon last month.

28 Apr 2015

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Docklands at risk from future flooding

Buildings across Docklands could be vulnerable to water damage and flooding if current sea level rise predictions are accurate.

28 Apr 2015

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VCAT hears Watergate case

The Watergate short-stay saga continued last month at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).

28 Apr 2015

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Book in now for networking

Get in quick to secure your seat at the June networking lunch.

28 Apr 2015

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Experiencing our waterways

Docklands’ waterways are often considered its most significant asset and a group of students are currently investigating how local residents interact with this valuable feature.

28 Apr 2015

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Step forward in water governance battle

The push for a single body to govern Docklands’ waterways was strengthened last month when Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water Lisa Neville agreed to champion the cause.

28 Apr 2015

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Following a seafarer’s journey

Thousands of seafarers visit Victorian ports each year, but where do they go once they re-board their ships?

28 Apr 2015

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Bike messengers hit Docklands’ streets

Some 245 bike messengers from around the world converged on Dockands last month for the annual Cycle Messenger World Championships (CMWC).

28 Apr 2015

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888 Collins St lights up

Docklands will become home to a world-first lighting design when Victoria Harbour’s 888 Collins St is completed.

28 Apr 2015

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Historic World War One photographs on display

A moving photography exhibition depicting the work of WWI era photographer Josiah Barnes launches at the Library at the Dock this month.

28 Apr 2015

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TEDx comes to Docklands

Docklands is joining the TEDx revolution, with the first event Setting Sail launching at the Library at the Dock this month.

28 Apr 2015

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Commendation nominations close this month

Time is running out for local business owners wishing to nominate themselves for the 2015 Lord Mayor’s Commendations.

28 Apr 2015

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NewQuay tower approved

The City of Melbourne last month approved a 17-storey residential tower, to be built at the NewQuay Piazza site.

28 Apr 2015

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Alma Doepel update

As work on the restoration of historic top-sail schooner the Alma Doepel continues at Shed 2, the restoration team and Docklands Chamber of Commerce continue to call for donations towards the project.

28 Apr 2015

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Ena to be auctioned

Edwardian steam yacht Ena will be auctioned this month.

28 Apr 2015

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Wharves to be removed

Work to remove sections of collapsing wharves at North Wharf will begin at the end of this month.

28 Apr 2015

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Parachuting into the record books

Docklands resident and medical scientist Sandy Glenday is set to throw herself into a record-breaking attempt next month.

28 Apr 2015

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Join in the choir fun

Docklanders have jumped at the chance to take part in a local choir project currently taking place at the Library at the Dock.

28 Apr 2015

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Legal advice at the library

An information session at the library this month will offer advice on making better legal decisions about life choices.

28 Apr 2015

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Changing the future

A group of young Melburnians came together in Docklands last month with the aim of changing the future of the city they live in.

28 Apr 2015

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Protecting our canine friends

A fundraising event in Docklands this month will raise money for abused dogs.

28 Apr 2015

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Local dragon boaters make history

The Melbourne Flames made history last month, when it was named Australia’s premier dragon boat club at the national championships.

28 Apr 2015

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Lacrosse class action mooted

A class action is on the cards and a construction company is under investigation after the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) last month released the outcome of its investigation into the Lacrosse apartment building fire.

28 Apr 2015

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