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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

The yachts are on their way!
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander Image

Docklander

Engage with the student community
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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

Holiday activity planning
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Letters Image

Letters

Sharing the enthusiasm
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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

Strata land 2017: The year in review, and predictions for 2018
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

A good day for a walk
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Vertical Smarts
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Short-stays behind property price pain
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford Image

What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

If all just give a little more ...
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Edition - April 2017

The Ice Blacks are here

Our Kiwi neighbours have travelled across the ditch to Docklands to compete in ice hockey with Melbourne’s local teams.

31 Mar 2017

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More tram bridge fears

Yarra’s Edge opponents of the Yarra River tram bridge would have been disappointed to hear Lendlease tell Melbourne city councillors on March 21 the proposal was still figuring in local planning considerations.

30 Mar 2017

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Government tight-lipped on school site

As the State Government’s self-imposed deadline to identify the site of the new Docklands primary school looms, it says it is still a work in progress.

30 Mar 2017

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Green light for Collins Wharf

Planning Minister Richard Wynne has given a green light for Lendlease’s $1.2 billion Collins Wharf development, which will create a six-hectare neighbourhood along North Wharf Rd.

30 Mar 2017

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Caiafa booted off council. Riley back

A judge has removed City of Melbourne councillor and Queen Victoria Market trader Michael Caiafa and replaced him with former Team Doyle councillor Susan Riley.

30 Mar 2017

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The trends of Docklands’ households

According to the City of Melbourne’s data, there will be more lone-person and family households in Docklands in the near future.

30 Mar 2017

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Small business recognition

The City of Melbourne is seeking nominations from eligible small businesses for its 12th annual Lord Mayor’s Commendations.

30 Mar 2017

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Melbourne’s lucky day

The City of Melbourne has just got lucky with the chance inclusion of Nicholas Frances Gilley as its 11th councillor.

30 Mar 2017

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A Doyle majority – what will it mean?

Now that the City of Melbourne election results have been finalised by VCAT President Greg Garde, what will it mean for governance at city hall?

30 Mar 2017

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Hot box apartments are a health risk

CBD residents face growing health risks associated with heat stress due to poor Australian apartment design standards, a new study by the University of Melbourne has shown.

30 Mar 2017

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Docklands’ girl features in print

It could be the first ever children’s book published about Docklands.

30 Mar 2017

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Reform for the Docklands Community Forum? Yes or no?

It has been nearly five years since the Docklands Community Forum was first established and some believe a reform might be needed.

30 Mar 2017

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April school holiday fun in Docklands

There’s so much to do in Docklands this school holidays, you’d be crazy not to bring the kids down.

30 Mar 2017

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New outdoor space

Work has started on the new open space on the corner of Harbour Esplanade and Collins St.

30 Mar 2017

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Docklands as a hostile landscape

A unique play has been performed on a moving bus in Docklands because of our perceived similarities to the lawless American wild west.

30 Mar 2017

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OK for Melbourne Quarter tower

Lendlease’s Melbourne Quarter project is well underway, with the first commercial tower under construction, while the second has been recently approved by the State Government.

30 Mar 2017

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Co-working spaces welcome start-ups

While office rents continue to soar, more small businesses are setting up their offices at co-working spaces in Docklands.

30 Mar 2017

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International hotel opens in NewQuay

Four Points by Sheraton has officially opened its doors at the Marina Tower on March 28.

30 Mar 2017

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South Wharf Hilton sold

Singaporean investors have bought the South Wharf Hilton Hotel for $230 million.

30 Mar 2017

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Dogs bring people together

A pilot "Dog Pawty" saw more than 100 Docklanders gather with their pooches at Buluk Park on Neighbour Day, March 26.

30 Mar 2017

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Crime wave hits Docklands

A crime wave has hit Docklands, with crime numbers soaring 62 per cent in a year between 2015 and 2016.

30 Mar 2017

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Have a drink with Duncan

The Woolshed re-opens later this month and the fire-affected venue wants locals to come and have a drink on them.

30 Mar 2017

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Women charging into male-dominated industry

Women interested in dipping their toes into information technology (IT) joined the free coding workshop held at the Coder Factory in Docklands on March 25.

30 Mar 2017

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Mini media mogul marries

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

30 Mar 2017

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It’s jelly time again

It’s that time of year again – time of the jellyfish apocalypse.

30 Mar 2017

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Foodies fuel push for communal kitchens

Docklands’ love affair with food has started changing how property developers are designing kitchens and dining areas.

29 Mar 2017

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Nothing but hot air

Dock 5 residents got up close and personal with hot air balloons floating up Victoria Harbour on March 10.

29 Mar 2017

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Docklands is Beautiful