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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

Volvo race is heading to Docklands
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander Image

Docklander

Life among the runaways
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Tram bridge or underground tunnel?
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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

Express workouts work
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Letters Image

Letters

Letter from John Thatcher
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

Ear and Hearing & New Key
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Owners Corporation Law Image

Owners Corporation Law

The times they are a-changin’
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

How spoiled are these dogs?
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Litter from the heavens
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

A look back at what's been happening
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Edition - August 2017

Stadium busted for planning breaches

Etihad Stadium is seeking retrospective planning and building permission for illegal structures on its public concourse.

06 Aug 2017

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Fire warms Docklands

Fireworks, sculpture burns, roaming music and food stalls brightened the NewQuay Promenade at the inaugural Docklands Firelight Festival.

06 Aug 2017

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Village­­ St revitalised

After six months of redevelopment, the Village St transformation is now complete, with the previously busy road converted into a bike and pedestrian friendly precinct.

06 Aug 2017

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What has Docklands achieved?

Docklands continues to pump the state economy with $13 billion private construction investment to date, and a further $6 billion to come by 2025.

06 Aug 2017

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Works begin on Central Pier

Structural investigation and infrastructure work has begun on Dockland’s historic Central Pier as part of a Development Victoria project.

06 Aug 2017

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Work continues on 839 Collins St

Work is progressing on Lendlease’s latest commercial office tower at 839 Collins St.

06 Aug 2017

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Marriott hotel set to arrive

Capital Alliance looks set to build a Marriott hotel half the height of the originally proposed building at Harbour Town with the City of Melbourne’s support.

06 Aug 2017

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Third Melbourne Quarter tower coming

Lendlease has submitted plans for the third and final tower, Two Melbourne Quarter, of its Melbourne Quarter project.

06 Aug 2017

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The game is back on

“Contours”, an eccentric and innovative exhibition of Australian video games, is returning to Library at The Dock in August.

06 Aug 2017

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Street art pioneer launches at Harbour Town

Melbourne’s street art pioneer, Blender Studios, is launching its studio space, gallery and pop-up shop at Harbour Town on August 5.

06 Aug 2017

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Doyle blunts West Gate Tunnel opposition

Melbourne councillors have savaged the proposed West Gate Tunnel project, despite the best efforts of the Lord Mayor to hose them down.

06 Aug 2017

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Lay up for Enterprize

Engineers and volunteers are conducting maintenance works on the Enterprize tall ship docked at North Wharf.

06 Aug 2017

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Glow with Father Bob

The first of the Docklands Winter Glow talk series saw Father Bob Maguire talk about his life journey and current missions at Library at The Dock on July 4.

06 Aug 2017

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Value in self and community

After a decade in the corporate world, Tara Nadun is incubating a community project in Docklands.

06 Aug 2017

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Paper and food art on show

Melbourne paper-craft artist Amanda May Lee and textiles artist Chloe Smith have installed their artworks at Library at The Dock’s foyer.

06 Aug 2017

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Melbourne in frames

Framed photographs of Melbourne have been installed at a Melbourne Quarter construction hoarding on the corner of Flinders and Spencer streets.

06 Aug 2017

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MIFF comes to Docklands

A free Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) event will be held at Library at The Dock on August 11.

06 Aug 2017

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Become a maker at this space

Library at The Dock is not only about books, exhibitions and community delivered activities but also creativity and technology, as highlighted by Maker Space on the second floor.

06 Aug 2017

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Jazz Cafe launched

Melbourne jazz legend Bob Sedergreen and co-performer Adam Rudegeair brought a jazz party to Library at The Dock on July 14.

06 Aug 2017

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3D art in Vic Harbour

Two “ponds” have popped up in Victoria Harbour, showing pedestrians the creatures living under the water.

06 Aug 2017

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Footy for Maddie

Purple flooded Etihad Stadium on July 8 as the Maddie’s Match between St Kilda and Richmond took place to raise money to find a cure for Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome.

06 Aug 2017

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Social Club goes to Groove Train

The next Docklands Social Club gathering will be held at the Groove Train at 833 Collins St from 7pm on August 9.

06 Aug 2017

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AFL House helps with Hugh’s umpire dream

Junior umpire Hugh Florance has returned to AFL House to thank umpire Matt Stevic who inspired his passion in this unusual hobby.

06 Aug 2017

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The competition is on in Vic Harbour

Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) has partnered with Victoria Harbour to bring on an Instagram competition among locals and workers.

06 Aug 2017

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Meeting of superheroes

Local “Thor” Andrew Lutomski met international Thor, Chris Hemsworth, at the SupaNova comic convention last month.

06 Aug 2017

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Another ‘newsy’ networking lunch

Following the success of the June lunch, “Docklands News” is presenting another “news event” at the September lunch.

05 Aug 2017

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Apply for a community grant

Not-for-profit communities within the Federal electorate of Melbourne are invited to express an interest in the 2017 Stronger Communities grants program.

03 Aug 2017

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oBike found in water

A bike from Melbourne’s new bike sharing program, oBike, was found “not properly parked” at Victoria Harbour in June.

02 Aug 2017

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A walk down history lane

Docklander Tony Bryer shared his knowledge about Docklands’ history at the Docklands History Group on July 27.

02 Aug 2017

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Docklands or “Docksea”?

Most of Docklands could be underwater if sea level rises by two metres by 2100.

02 Aug 2017

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World Cup warriors welcome! Team chants optional

This spring is another sell-out season for the upcoming Active Melbourne City Sports Spring soccer competition.

02 Aug 2017

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Docklands is Beautiful