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10 years on

Issue 11 – February/March 2005
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Away from the desk

Incidental exercise
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Councillor Profile

Community activist to councillor
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Docklander

Stan is a Docklands man
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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

Winter trends
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Good News Bill

An exciting month
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Health and Wellbeing Image

Health and Wellbeing

Health and fitness tips
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Letters Image

Letters

Vested interests?
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Mission News

Shelter from the storm
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

The Conder Restaurant and Little Bean Dockside
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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

Peace of mind for owners
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Time to roll up your sleeves

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Corporates will roll up their sleeves in an innovative approach to developing leadership skills beginning in Docklands next month.

Former director of the Fox Classic Car Collection and CEO of the Auto-Horizon Foundation, Brian Tanti, has paired with HR academic and Docklands local Jillian Cavanagh to create a series of workshops aimed at corporate leaders.

A master craftsman, Mr Tanti says many of the lessons learned in a workshop or through manual skills can be applied elsewhere.

“A lot of the values that you place on yourself as a craftsman or a master craftsman transcend the workplace,” Mr Tanti said.

“I think being introduced to an ethic of caring about what you’re doing through the example of a mentor who embodies a spirit of either...

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Don’t hold your breath on short-stays

The State Government has been quick to put the short-stay apartment rental issue into the spotlight but, so far, has offered only a platform to talk about it.
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Victoria Point gym to close its doors Image

Victoria Point gym to close its doors

The YMCA will close its branch at the troubled Victoria Point building in May.
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Comedy institute looking for new home Image

Comedy institute looking for new home

Docklands could become home to the biggest comedy collection in the southern hemisphere.
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Lillie’s love letters Image

Lillie’s love letters

An exhibition currently on display at the Library at the Dock provides a snapshot of a different time and an insight into the life of a very interesting lady.
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Workers want a local school

A primary school in Docklands would service not only residents but also local workers, according to a survey conducted by Docklands News.
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Dragon returns to Docklands

The colour and excitement of Chinese New Year returned to Docklands last month, with the arrival of the Docklands Dragon on Harbour Esplanade.
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Edition - March 2015

Don’t hold your breath on short-stays

The State Government has been quick to put the short-stay apartment rental issue into the spotlight but, so far, has offered only a platform to talk about it.

05 Mar 2015

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Dragon returns to Docklands

The colour and excitement of Chinese New Year returned to Docklands last month, with the arrival of the Docklands Dragon on Harbour Esplanade.

05 Mar 2015

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Support for Docklands fountain show

Docklanders overwhelmingly agree that a one-of-a-kind fountain and flame show in Victoria Harbour would put Docklands on the map.

05 Mar 2015

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Recognition for businesses

With the 10th anniversary of the Lord Mayor’s Commendation Awards, this year is a special year for recognition of small business owners in the CBD.

05 Mar 2015

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Workers want a local school

A primary school in Docklands would service not only residents but also local workers, according to a survey conducted by Docklands News.

05 Mar 2015

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Victoria Point gym to close its doors

The YMCA will close its branch at the troubled Victoria Point building in May.

05 Mar 2015

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Miss Docklands

Local teenager Caelee Webb (pictured) will represent Docklands at the Miss Teen Galaxy Australia pageant next month.

05 Mar 2015

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Merchant St upgrade

Lend Lease is upgrading part of Merchant St in an attempt to create a stronger hospitality precinct in Victoria Harbour.

05 Mar 2015

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Harbour Esplanade plea

Docklands developer and resident David Napier has implored the City of Melbourne to bring forward funding for the upgrade of Harbour Esplanade in a single stage.

05 Mar 2015

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Lillie’s love letters

An exhibition currently on display at the Library at the Dock provides a snapshot of a different time and an insight into the life of a very interesting lady.

05 Mar 2015

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Book your seats at March lunch now

Get in quick to reserve your spot at the first networking lunch for the year.

05 Mar 2015

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No art gallery for Docklands

Docklands has missed out on the chance to have its own contemporary Australian art gallery after developer Michael Buxton donated his 300-strong collection to the University of Melbourne.

05 Mar 2015

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Approval for final tower

Walker Corporation has received planning approval for the final building in its Collins Square development, despite opposition from neighbouring residents.

05 Mar 2015

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De-stressing in Docklands

Anyone who’s taken a walk around Docklands on a nice day can tell you just how relaxing the place can be.

05 Mar 2015

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Comedy institute looking for new home

Docklands could become home to the biggest comedy collection in the southern hemisphere.

05 Mar 2015

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Alma Doepel update

More funding is needed to ensure the future of Docklands’ historic top-sail schooner, the Alma Doepel.

05 Mar 2015

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A “Strictly Melbourne” event

Some 850 international guests enjoyed Docklands’ unique ambience last month when they dined outdoors on Central Pier.

05 Mar 2015

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Time to roll up your sleeves

Corporates will roll up their sleeves in an innovative approach to developing leadership skills beginning in Docklands next month.

05 Mar 2015

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Docklands car exhibited

Docklands’ FR-1 concept car will feature in a major exhibition opening at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) this month.

05 Mar 2015

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Buzzing about business at the Hive

There’s a buzz of people doing business together in Docklands’ latest small business building, Lifestyle Working in Collins St.

05 Mar 2015

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This bloke thinks he can help

Docklander Warren Mills thinks he knows how to help men who have lost their way in the world.

05 Mar 2015

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Have your say on Lorimer precinct

Docklanders are invited to take part in a community consultation on the future of the Lorimer precinct in Fishermans Bend.

05 Mar 2015

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Summerfest in Vic Harbour

Locals and visitors were treated to a day of free entertainment in Victoria Harbour last month.

05 Mar 2015

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Come out and meet your neighbours

The Docklands Social Club is growing in popularity, with attendance doubling at last month’s event.

05 Mar 2015

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Getting up to speed

Three-time speedway world champion Ole Olsen visited Docklands last month, ahead of the upcoming Speedway Grand Prix.

05 Mar 2015

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Hopes for the ‘other’ east-west link

Proponents of the Melbourne B1 Veloway are confident that the new State Government will accept their novel idea to separate cyclists from CBD motorists and pedestrians.

05 Mar 2015

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Wind tunnel testing key to development

Wind engineers say developers need to give greater consideration to wind conditions and the comfort of ground-level pedestrians when designing new buildings.

05 Mar 2015

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