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10 years on

July-August edition 2007
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

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Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

In a space for thoughts and adventures
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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

Vegetables - five a day, everyday
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Letters

Letters to the editor - June 2017
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New Businesses

Ear and Hearing & New Key
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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

Sharing and taking in vertical villages
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We Live Here

Short-stays: Let owners decide
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

You have to believe we are magic
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Edition - February 2013

Dinky-di Docklands

What could be more Aussie than a pair of thongs?

04 Feb 2013

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Docklands law under attack

City of Melbourne officers want state legislation changed to remove special support and protection for Docklands.

04 Feb 2013

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North Wharf plan to be assessed

Heritage Victoria is assessing the historical considerations of the planned redevelopment of the heritage-listed Shed 5 and crane at North Wharf.

04 Feb 2013

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Gong for our Kevin

For Kevin Sheehan, being awarded an Order of Australia medal was cause to stop and reflect on his 40-year career in Aussie Rules.

04 Feb 2013

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Business as usual for Lend Lease

Lend Lease is close to securing rights to develop the last uncontracted land parcel in Docklands, despite being banned from bidding for government contracts.

04 Feb 2013

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Docklands man arrested

A 36-year-old Docklands man was arrested and charged last month in relation to child pornography offences.

04 Feb 2013

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Flirting with victory

If Georgina Wakim’s New Year’s Day is anything to go by, the rest of 2013 should be a pretty good year for her.

04 Feb 2013

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Bidding for a place of worship continues

Two parties are still in the running for the contract to build a place of worship in Docklands.

04 Feb 2013

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9.30 fireworks fallout

Visitors and locals were disappointed by the absence of the 9.30 pm family fireworks in Docklands on New Year’s Eve.

04 Feb 2013

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Glasshouse delayed but still on its way

Despite some unanticipated delays, the team behind the Harbour Esplanade glasshouse say the project will soon be realised.

04 Feb 2013

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NewQuay Central approval

Planning minister Matthew Guy has approved two of the buildings featured in MAB’s controversial NewQuay Central masterplan.

04 Feb 2013

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Yarra’s Edge issues aired

Issues concerning Yarra’s Edge residents were aired at the January 30 Docklands Community Forum.

04 Feb 2013

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School is the top issue in Docklands

The need for a school has emerged as the number one issue in Docklands, with January 30’s Docklands Community Forum exploring the issue in detail.

04 Feb 2013

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Focus on Merchant St

This year Chinese New Year falls on February 10 and Docklands will be celebrating in a variety of ways.

04 Feb 2013

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Work to start on Harbour Esplanade

Places Victoria plans to demolish and rebuild sections of the Victoria Dock wharves as a precursor to the eventual Harbour Esplanade redevelopment.

04 Feb 2013

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Alma still floating

The Alma Doepel continues to float in Victoria Harbour after an attempt to raise the ship in December was unsuccessful.

04 Feb 2013

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Networking in Docklands

Docklanders munched, mixed and mingled at the Docklands News Networking Lunch in December.

04 Feb 2013

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‘Mr Sold’ fails to appear

Former Docklands real estate agent Ali Abbas failed to appear at a second Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) hearing in December.

04 Feb 2013

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Happy Chinese New Year

On 10 February people from many Asian cultures will celebrate the Lunar New Year.

04 Feb 2013

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History lessons in Docklands

What do you do to help your 12-year-old son in a school project about Australia’s maritime history?

04 Feb 2013

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Bridge builds connections

Work has started on the Jim Stynes Bridge that will connect Docklands with the Northbank precinct.

04 Feb 2013

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Docklands wharves give up the ghost

After a century or more of loyal service, Docklands’ old wharves are collapsing at a rapid rate.

04 Feb 2013

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Japanese festival returns

The Melbourne Japanese Summer Festival returns to Docklands for the third year running this month.

04 Feb 2013

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Sand sculptures on Harbour Esplanade

Docklands will be reminiscent of a beachside town this month, when giant sand sculptures are created on Harbour Esplanade.

04 Feb 2013

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Renegades fall at the final hurdle

An impressive season by the Melbourne Renegades came to a disappointing end in January after a bitter semi-final defeat at the hands of Brisbane Heat by 15 runs.

04 Feb 2013

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Carols in Docklands

The sound of Christmas carols invaded Docklands in December during the Carols at Docklands event at NewQuay.

03 Feb 2013

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Docklands is Beautiful