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10 years on Image

10 years on

Issue 22, October – November 2007
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Away from the desk Image

Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update Image

Chamber update

Harbour Town is rebranding
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander Image

Docklander

Melbourne’s history through costumes
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Politician disrespects us
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Good News Bill Image

Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing Image

Health and Wellbeing

Laughter, the key to working together
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Letters Image

Letters

Begging to differ
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

Morgan Brooks & Tolhurst Druce Emerson
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Owners Corporation Law Image

Owners Corporation Law

Not all liability policies are created equal
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

The very social Axl
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Activating vertical villages
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Short-stays behind property price pain
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Edition - April 2011

Docklands is dudded

Docklands is no closer to getting a primary school, despite assurances last year that a feasibility study had been commissioned to look at a site in Digital Harbour.

29 Mar 2011

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Alyssa is sky-high over Docklands

Alyssa Novitski is off to London in June after winning Destination Docklands’ recent “why I love Docklands” competition.

29 Mar 2011

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Kids go to war against NAB

About 40 primary students went to war in Docklands on March 10.

29 Mar 2011

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Victoria Harbour plan approved

It’s been a long time coming, but the State Government has finally approved a new master-plan for Victoria Harbour.

29 Mar 2011

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Parking reprieve for Central Pier

VicUrban has given Atlantic Group a temporary night-time reprieve from a deadline which would have seen parking removed altogether from the western end of Central Pier.

29 Mar 2011

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Reading between the lines

Docklands could become the focus for an innovative project which melds literature, heritage and transport.

29 Mar 2011

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Keen interest in last land

Fifteen developers have expressed interest in developing Docklands’ last parcel of land.

29 Mar 2011

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Boat traffic plan released

With more than a third of Victoria Harbour lost to marinas in the future, a new report is predicting a 56 per cent increase in boating traffic density.

29 Mar 2011

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Docklands in the fast lane

Formula 1 came to Docklands a week early last month when Aussie ace Mark Webber roared into Waterfront City.

29 Mar 2011

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Nautical networking in March

Some 60 Docklanders enjoyed an afternoon of networking on our waterways as the Docklands News Networking Lunch took to the water in March.

29 Mar 2011

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Harbour Esplanade gets its new trees

The first of up to 210 Norfolk Island Pines have been planted along Harbour Esplanade, with all of the installation expected to take no more than three weeks.

29 Mar 2011

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Docklands bares its heart

Docklands has a heart and it will be on show for the world to see this month via an unlikely collaboration between a local artist and a local cleaner.

29 Mar 2011

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Keith is nutty about Docklands

Keith Winestein is a bit of a Docklands nut.

29 Mar 2011

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Watch out bubby!

Luke Roberts, 4, keeps an eye out for danger at the new Docklands ‘Dinosaurs Alive!’ exhibition at Waterfront City.

29 Mar 2011

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Probus Club booms

Memebership of Melbourne Sunrise Probus Club, based at The Wharf Hotel, Docklands, has soared to more than 70 members since its launch on December 2.

29 Mar 2011

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807 Bourke Street

Lend Lease is applying for planning permission to build an eight-storey building on the remaining land between its Serrata development and Geographe St.

29 Mar 2011

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People first for Docklands

VicUrban is soon to release a report by Danish architects Gehl on making Docklands more “human”.

29 Mar 2011

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Close shave for charity

Docklands’ Carrick Education students helped raise $600 for the Leukaemia Foundation on Wednesday, March 16 by participating in the World’s Greatest Shave.

29 Mar 2011

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Be inspired

Docklands Rotary Club is hosting an inspirational evening for local residents and workers on Tuesday, April 12.

29 Mar 2011

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Woolshed pitches in for the kids

The Woolshed Pub will once again be taking part in the annual Good Friday Appeal by donating all food and beverage profits from the day to the cause.

29 Mar 2011

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The deserving dogs of Dock 5

The dogs of Dock 5 must be the most spoiled in Docklands as they now have their own doggie wash.

29 Mar 2011

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Repairs for ‘Shoal’ artwork

Harbour Esplanade public artwork Shoal Fly By has recently experienced some minor damage prompting VicUrban to erect fences around the pieces.

29 Mar 2011

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Extremely rewarding banking

Docklands bank customer Ms Tee never thought opening an account could be so rewarding after last month winning a national competition and a $20,000 prize.

29 Mar 2011

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Goods Shed South underway

Work has started on the refurbishment of the Goods Shed South in Batman’s Hill with the demolition of a section at the Collins St end to make way for a “lantern building” entrance.

29 Mar 2011

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Docklands has the Wow Factor!

On Wednesday, March 23 Waterfront Venues showed that it had the Wow Factor when it hosted the Business Retreats Australia and the Mind Gallery’s VIP “Creating the Wow Factor” workshop.

29 Mar 2011

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Slow progress for Alma

The 107-year-old Alma Doepel is continuing to undergo a major refit in Docklands’ Shed 2 with her skylights being painstakingly restored.

29 Mar 2011

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Homeless to benefit

Property group Charter Hall aims to raise $100,000 for the Lighthouse Foundation during the development of the Lacrosse project on LaTrobe St.

29 Mar 2011

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Sailing for harmony

Docklands Yacht Club hosted a multicultural Try Sailing Day on Victoria Harbour on March 20.

29 Mar 2011

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June Networking Lunch at the Hilton

NewQuay project director David Allt-Graham has agreed to speak about MAB Corporation’s future plans for the precinct at the June Docklands News Networking Lunch.

29 Mar 2011

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Docklands feeds council coffers

The City of Melbourne continues to earn more than it spends in Docklands, announcing nearly $1 million more than the $5.5 million surplus it had budgeted for in the September quarter.

29 Mar 2011

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Sun shines on Mad golfers

The second annual Mad Duck Masters on March 5 was a superb outing for the good folk of Yarra’s Edge.

29 Mar 2011

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Developer upset at damage

Digital Harbour developer David Napier is dismayed by the amount of damage caused to his property by the Harbour Esplanade redevelopment and fears it won’t be fixed.

28 Mar 2011

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Rohan wins the Docklands Dash

After the success of last year’s inaugural event, Melbourne City Sports once again hosted the Docklands Dash on Wednesday, March 23.

28 Mar 2011

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Docklands is Beautiful