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10 years on Image

10 years on

Issue 25 – April/May 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

Delivering results
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander Image

Docklander

Emilia Rossi, a Docklands advocate
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Docklands is not sinking
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Autumn palette
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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

Health and Wellbeing - April 2017
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Letters Image

Letters

Letters to the editor - April 2017
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

So much more than a gym
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

Oakley leads the way
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Double duty furniture
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Airbnb: facts and smokescreens
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Edition - August 2011

Council goes for broke on serviced apartments

In a move which will likely change the face of Docklands, the City of Melbourne wants to change the Building Code of Australia (BCA) so it can wipe out the practice of using resident apartments as serviced apartments.

02 Aug 2011

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Docklands lights up

Docklands lit up every Friday night last month, with thousands of visitors attracted to view the spectacle.

02 Aug 2011

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Rabbits invade Docklands

There are wild rabbits in Docklands. A colony of feral rabbits has dug itself in along Moonee Ponds Creek under the Bolte Bridge.

02 Aug 2011

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Docklander Daniel’s hidden face

Docklander Daniel Kowalski is one of the Hidden Faces of the Archibald Exhibition at the Hilton South Wharf.

02 Aug 2011

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Jaxon is a super puppy

Super puppy Jaxon was in Docklands on July 16 taking his first steps to becoming an assistance dog who will make a huge difference to the life of a disabled person.

02 Aug 2011

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27 NewQuay traders lodge claim with VCAT

Twenty seven disaffected NewQuay traders last month lodged a multi-million dollar claim against MAB Corporation with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Appeals Tribunal (VCAT).

02 Aug 2011

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It’s back to work for Lina

After seven months at home, Docklands mum Lina D’Ambrosio is back at work selling real estate with City Residential.

02 Aug 2011

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Broadband network at home in Docklands

NBN Co has started operating from its new national headquarter in Digital Harbour, Docklands.

02 Aug 2011

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Docklands library decision delayed

The City of Melbourne has delayed by six months making a decision about Docklands’ library and community centre.

02 Aug 2011

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New councillor is ‘Docklands-aware’

Melbourne’s newest city councillor Jackie Watts says she is aware of and sympathetic with Docklands’ special concerns and needs as an emerging community.

02 Aug 2011

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Docklands’ car breathes fire

Docklands’ car has roared into life but still needs funding for completion.

02 Aug 2011

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Sporting flavour for lunch

The upcoming Docklands News Networking Lunch will have a sporting flavour – appropriate to its time and place.

02 Aug 2011

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VG result for VC

Docklands resident Rob Kenna was wearing a big grin last month when he sold his father’s Victoria Cross for more than $1 million.

02 Aug 2011

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‘Ridiculous’ vacancy claim

Local real estate agents have described as ridiculous, a report last month which claimed nearly one quarter of Docklands apartments were empty.

02 Aug 2011

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Victoria Harbour changes underway

Victoria Harbour’s Water Plaza area underwent some significant changes last month with Urban Reforestation’s garden being moved and remedial works being carried out on historic wharf pylons.

02 Aug 2011

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Get out on the water

Docklanders have been invited out onto Victoria Harbour in August by two local aquatic clubs.

02 Aug 2011

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The rivers are running

Victoria’s Harbour’s public art ‘The Rivers Runs Through It’ was officially unveiled last month.

02 Aug 2011

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Bottle shop objections

A liquor licensing panel will hear objections to an application for a bottle shop on Harbour Esplanade under the Conder building.

02 Aug 2011

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Dogs’ day out

Docklands’ dogs are having a day out next month.

02 Aug 2011

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Just Leadership

It was a full house at NAB headquarters in Docklands on July 14 for the second Just Leadership Just Imagine Breakfast.

02 Aug 2011

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A wealth of goodwill for mission

A partnership between Docklands’ Mission to Seafarers Victoria and Bendigo Wealth will see a new lease on life for the mission’s heritage-listed building at 717 Flinders St.

02 Aug 2011

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In celebration of a new community

There is a new sound coming to Docklands, a single chime of a bell each day marking the twilight transitional point between day and night.

02 Aug 2011

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NewQuay ‘invaded’ by buses

NewQuay residents were surprised by an invasion of buses during the recent school holidays.

02 Aug 2011

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Design puts Docklands on the map

Docklands’ significant architectural sites are the subject of a new bicycle route map.

02 Aug 2011

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Exo to start next month

Lend Lease expects to start work next month on its mostly-car park Exo building on the corner of Collins and Merchant streets.

02 Aug 2011

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‘Dirtybuoys’ cleans up in design contest

“Dirtybuoys” won the Urban Realities design challenge at Docklands last month.

02 Aug 2011

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A local leg-up from Costco

Docklands businesses took advantage of Costco’s pulling power on July 16 when the giant retailer allowed them to hawk their wares at its annual business fair.

02 Aug 2011

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Steady at the chamber

It’s “steady as she goes” on the Docklands Chamber of Commerce with largely the same executive committee being returned for 2011/12.

02 Aug 2011

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Channel Nine gets behind Docklands

Channel Nine is throwing its considerable marketing reach behind its newly-adopted home and is already pitching in to help promote Docklands.

02 Aug 2011

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High energy snow play at Harbour Town

The Verlaque boys experienced snow for the first time last month when they came to Docklands.

02 Aug 2011

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Home-grown art will surprise

The idea that art and banking are at opposite ends of the human spectrum has been debunked by the actions of staff at ANZ’s headquarters in Docklands.

02 Aug 2011

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Make-over for Collins St bridge

The Collins St bridge in Docklands is to get a new look following a design competition sponsored by VicUrban.

02 Aug 2011

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Olivia and Jason are the ‘dudes’

Olivia Spurling and Jason Camerino won the 2011 Victorian Cosmopolitan model search and DOB in a Dude model search at Harbour Town last month.

02 Aug 2011

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Docklands paddlers off to world champs

Members of two Docklands dragon boat teams will compete at the World Championships this month.

01 Aug 2011

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Docklands is Beautiful