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10 years on

New faces guarantee local voice
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

Fireworks are back with a burn!
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Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

A permanent holiday in Docklands
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Docklands Secrets

Study in NewQuay for your degree in Lego
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing

Weight training is for everybody
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Letters

Letters to the editor - June 2017
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New Businesses

Local firm wins double victory
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Owners Corporation Law

Breaking up is hard to do
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Pets Corner

Docklands News’s office dog
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SkyPad Living

The vertical war on food waste
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We Live Here

Southbank residents dealt a joker
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Edition - Dec 10 - Jan 11

Local facilities: All talk, no action

VicUrban is backing away from previous commitments to community infrastructure in Docklands.

30 Nov 2010

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VicUrban’s D2 – The big lie

I am looking at VicUrban’s Docklands Second Decade website and I am getting angry.

30 Nov 2010

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North Wharf to stay low key

The State Government has selected a sympathetic “local” bid to redevelop North Wharf.

30 Nov 2010

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Harbour Esplanade closure pain passes

Docklands endured a week of disruption and isolation in November but has emerged with stronger tram services and significantly more potential public space.

30 Nov 2010

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Cycling suits mental health

On November 19 about 250 people gathered in Docklands for the first Suit Up and Ride event and raised more than $50,000 for youth mental health.

30 Nov 2010

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Pike is returned as MP

Local member Bronwyn Pike was returned to Parliament in the November 27 state election.

30 Nov 2010

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Bad bridge ideas keep coming

Docklands’ boating community has slammed the idea of a pedestrian bridge across the mouth of Victoria Harbour.

30 Nov 2010

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The Demons show their hand

Melbourne Football Club has formally expressed its interest in using a proposed Docklands western park as a training facility.

30 Nov 2010

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Target 3008: Waste not, want not

The foundations for Urban Reforestation’s Target 3008 project in Docklands are well underway!

30 Nov 2010

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Welcome for anti-whalers

The Sea Shepherd’s anti-whaling vessel, Bob Barker, and its crew spent some time in Docklands during November as the anti-whaling activists prepared for their next battle in the Southern Ocean.

30 Nov 2010

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Residents fight on

Montage and Mosaic residents say they have not given up their campaign against the Serrata development, despite the project now being underway.

30 Nov 2010

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Serving both God and the Demons

Football may long have been called the religion of Victorians and the MCG and Etihad Stadium, a place of worship … but you probably wouldn’t know that in amongst it all there are some very dedicated chaplains and one of them is working amongst us here in Docklands.

30 Nov 2010

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New battle for chief Yarra’s Edge guardian

Having won the fight to have the pedestrian and cycle linkage under the Charles Grime Bridge permanently reinstated in August, Yarra’s Edge resident Cobien Watts now has another fight on her hands.

30 Nov 2010

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Grand old lady visits Docklands

If you take a walk down to South Wharf over the next few months you will see a grand old piece of history.

30 Nov 2010

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A wheel observation

Don’t be surprised to see reconstruction start soon on the Southern Star Observation Wheel.

30 Nov 2010

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Great name

Docklands News and Yachtshare congratulate Tanya Stern on winning a competition to name the latest Yachtshare catamaran.

30 Nov 2010

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Anita joins mums’ club

After organising many toddler play-groups at the Docklands’ Hub, Anita Paganoni has joined the mothers’ club.

30 Nov 2010

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Christmas spirit is alive

Victoria Point building managers Keith and Kay Jeffrey have instilled some Christmas spirit into Docklands with a gift collection for charity.

30 Nov 2010

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More affordable housing

Docklands is to get a third affordable housing project, with the State and Federal Governments announcing 522 apartments at Harbour Town.

30 Nov 2010

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Fireworks as usual

Following debate earlier in the year over whether Docklands would host a 9:15pm family fireworks session on New Year’s Eve, Melbourne City Council has confirmed the details of this year’s program.

30 Nov 2010

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Take the family to London!

In January and February 2011, one lucky family could win an awesome trip to the Docklands in London.

30 Nov 2010

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Boat show returns

The Melbourne International Boat and Lifestyle Festival returns to NewQuay on February 4-6, 2011.

30 Nov 2010

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Pranksters patrol Docklands

The highest-rating kids’ TV show on ABC3, ‘Prank Patrol’, visited Waterfront City’s Yum Cha Dragon restaurant on November 25 to film a segment for an upcoming episode.

30 Nov 2010

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Program needs a name

Destination Docklands and Docklands Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to bring Docklands businesses, workers and residents an exciting new loyalty program in early 2011.

30 Nov 2010

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Third time’s not really lucky

On Sunday, November 14 Victoria Harbour suffered its third oil slick in less than 12 months, but authorities say there is nothing to be concerned about.

30 Nov 2010

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Weir to star in ice spectacular

Strap your skates on and bring your best “ho ho ho” to the Medibank Icehouse at Waterfront City this December!

30 Nov 2010

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Book for lunch

Some places are still available for the December Docklands News Networking Lunch.

30 Nov 2010

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Hit musical for Docklands

Having had more than 500 performances on Broadway and nominations for three Tony Awards, the musical ‘Xanadu’ is coming to Melbourne and Docklands has the honour of hosting the show.

30 Nov 2010

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Plaudits for local architecture

On October 28, both the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) and Docklands’ ANZ Centre were recognised in Canberra at the National Architecture Awards.

30 Nov 2010

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Wheelchair curling arrives

For the past six months the Victorian Curling Association (VCA) has been training wheelchair athletes in the sport of curling at the Icehouse.

30 Nov 2010

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Still no licensing decisions

The Liquor Licensing Commission says it is close to decisions on two contested applications in Docklands.

30 Nov 2010

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Come and chill for the kids

Docklands student Catalina Gonzalez wants the suburb to get behind her and support charitable work being undertaken to help children affected by war and terrorism.

30 Nov 2010

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New YMCA gym opened

Outgoing Victoria YMCA chairman Graham Kent launched the YMCA’s fabulous new facility under the ANZ Centre on November 17.

30 Nov 2010

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Docklands Yacht Club sails on

Docklands Yacht Club continues to grow, especially since being appointed an official Yachting Australia training centre.

30 Nov 2010

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