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10 years on

Issue 22, October – November 2007
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Volvo race is heading to Docklands
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The making of a Lord Mayor
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Life among the runaways
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Docklands Secrets

Tram bridge or underground tunnel?
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Top five street style trends
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A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing

Express workouts work
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Letter from John Thatcher
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New Businesses

Ear and Hearing & New Key
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Owners Corporation Law

The times they are a-changin’
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Pets Corner

How spoiled are these dogs?
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SkyPad Living

Litter from the heavens
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We Live Here

A look back at what's been happening
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Mini media mogul marries

30 Mar 2017

Mini media mogul marries Image

Docklands News owner and editor Shane Scanlan tied the knot with long-term partner Louise Lee on March 2.

The five-minute ceremony at the registry office was witnessed by Kate Fooke (for the groom, fifth from left) and Trish Ascho (for the bride, third from left). Ms Fooke was accompanied by partner Phil Shellcot and Mrs Ascho was joined by husband Karl.

Tge wedding party adjourned to a nearby Bourke St restaurant before the newly-weds attempted a dash to Melbourne Airport to meet a flight to Tasmania.

Expecting first-world road conditions, the couple miscalculated the time required and received a good dressing down from Virgin Australia Airlines staff. Being fined a good proportion of the national debt for distributing 40kg across four bags (what the?), the honeymoon got under way.

With days in central Hobart both before and after hiking the ree Capes Walk, the time away was magic. Available phone reception is the only thing wrong with this walk. Sorry staff, I actually had the phone turned off. So, thanks for figuring it out for yourselves.

And thanks also to Barry C Douglas for the pics (http://www.facebook.com/Barry.takes.photos).

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