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We Live Here calls on all parties to disclose in full all donations from property developers and multinationals including Airbnb
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

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Chamber Update - November 2018

01 Nov 2018

The District is really coming to life

Have you noticed all the changes at The District Docklands recently?

New shops, cafes, bars and the market is so nice to walk around on a Sunday.

Just recently, Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq opened their doors to rave reviews. If you haven’t heard of it or don’t know what it is, cast your mind back to the heady arcade days of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. All the fun of that experience and some amazing thick shakes thrown in.

Another new venue in The District is Urban Alley Brewery. With only glass separating the actual brewing from the customers, you get to see, hear and smell what goes on behind the scenes at a real functioning brewery.

All this and we’re very close to the arrival of Hoyts Docklands – the most technologically advanced cinema in all of Australia is only two months away from opening. Get down to The District and see the mammoth changes happening.

Chamber AGM

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Docklands Chamber of Commerce shall be at Oscar’s Table at 6.30pm on Tuesday, November 13. Nominations are also called to sit on the executive committee and to fill the board positions. Please RSVP your attendance by close of business on Monday, November 5 (to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)).

European Christmas

We are hosting a European Christmas at The Hof Docklands on Wednesday, December 5. We promise you a night of Christmas-themed fun, European food and Christmas style goodies.

It’s also your last chance to network as a chamber for 2018.

Some of the more exuberant of us will be dressing to the theme whilst others will simply be enjoying an egg nog, pork hock and steamed Christmas pudding. What these events are about are showcasing our member businesses and enjoying a night of business networking outside of the norm.

Come along whether you are a member or not and make some new friends. RSVP’s can be sent to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Chamber to host Summer Campaign

After several years of the Summer Campaign in Docklands is being hosted by third parties, The City of Melbourne has come to realise that we are indeed the experts.

Keep an eye out for our activations across January and February, showcasing our member businesses and the opportunities that our waterside precinct present.

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