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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

Do you know any commendable local business owners?
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Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Part-time Docklander lives full life
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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

Healthy body, healthy mind
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Letters

Letters to the editor - April 2017
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New Businesses

Merchant Society, RES by Mirvac and Just In Time personal training
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Owners Corporation Law

Buyer beware when it comes to conveyancers’ advice
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Pets Corner

A cute addition to Docklands
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SkyPad Living

Not just droning on!
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We Live Here

Short-term letting must be regulated
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

There is a great strength in our differences
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Edition - February 2014

Docklands Dragon brings luck

A symbol of good luck, in the form of a large-scale Chinese dragon, could be just what Docklands needs as we start the new year.

11 Feb 2014

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The signs are ominous

There are many symbols demonstrating the parlous state of Harbour Esplanade and the sad fact that it won’t be fixed any time soon.

11 Feb 2014

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Forum is recruiting members

The Docklands Community Forum is looking for three new members to join its representative group.

11 Feb 2014

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BAB to rehear short-stay case

After two Supreme Court appeals, the Watergate short-stay case is set to return to the Building Appeals Board (BAB).

11 Feb 2014

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More trams for commuters

An increasing demand for public transport to and from Docklands saw an extra 1200 tram services per week added last month.

11 Feb 2014

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A segway into tourism

We could soon see fleets of Segways rolling along the waterfront as the State Government moves to change regulations as part of a red-tape reform.

11 Feb 2014

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Wheel boosts tourism trade

Docklands got a tourism boost late last year when the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel officially opened on December 23.

11 Feb 2014

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New Places Victoria chief

Places Victoria last month appointed Gregory Anderson as its chief executive officer, but he won’t take up the position until the end of March.

11 Feb 2014

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Olympic dream for Docklander

Local athlete Deanna Lockett will compete on the world stage at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, this month.

11 Feb 2014

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Collision claims life

A 34-year-old woman was killed in Docklands this month, following a collision on Footscray Rd.

11 Feb 2014

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VCAT victory for operators

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) last month ruled the Conder Owners Corporation (OC) did not have the authority to restrict access to recreation areas in the building.

11 Feb 2014

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The show will go on

Docklands’ Melba Spiegeltent is being reclaimed by its owner Circus Oz and is moving to Collingwood.

11 Feb 2014

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The other side of the Coyne

When book-publishing company Penguin decided to move from its Camberwell Junction office, CEO Gabrielle Coyne was firm with her instructions – she did not want to move to Docklands.

11 Feb 2014

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New tower for Collins Square

Walker Corporation has begun work on the tallest tower to be built in Melbourne in more then 10 years.

11 Feb 2014

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New phase in Collins St

Walker Corporation has begun phase two of the development of a new public space at Collins Square.

11 Feb 2014

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Docklands shines on Australia Day

Docklands was the highlight of Melbourne’s Australia Day celebrations last month, with thousands of people flocking to the waterfront.

11 Feb 2014

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Doubts over visitor service

Docklands could miss out on a potential tourism booster unless the City of Melbourne secures a partner to help fund a visitor service at Southern Cross Station.

11 Feb 2014

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Big celebration for team

Australia’s World Dwarf Games team was reunited in Docklands last month.

11 Feb 2014

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When the stars come out…

Stars of the big screen can be spotted at Yarra’s Edge this month when a free outdoor cinema series kicks off.

11 Feb 2014

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Rebuilding futures at YMCA

YMCA Victoria Point had a makeover last month, with the team from Rebuild giving the gym a fresh coat of paint.

11 Feb 2014

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Glowing review of Bitcoin

A Docklands business has become one of a limited number of Melbourne retailers to accept Bitcoin.

11 Feb 2014

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Service excellence awarded

Quest Docklands had a great start to December, winning the regional and national franchise of the year at the company’s gala dinner last year.

11 Feb 2014

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Green advice at The Hub

Docklanders have two opportunities to learn about gardening during free lunchbox sessions The Hub this month.

11 Feb 2014

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Pure Docklands networking

The December Docklands Networking Lunch proved to be a great chance for local business people to get together and celebrate the end of the year.

11 Feb 2014

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Boating - Welcome to Docklands Boating

Starting this month, Docklands News is introducing this regular supplement celebrating our greatest asset. We want to raise the profile of our waterways as they are the key to activating the precinct.

11 Feb 2014

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Boating - Boat Show may leave Docklands

Docklands is at risk of losing the Melbourne Summer Boat Show unless the Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIA) can gather more support for the event.

11 Feb 2014

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Boating - Love Melbourne – Love Boating – Love Docklands

Think Melbourne, think fine food, arts, culture, fashion, Melbourne Cup, AFL football.

11 Feb 2014

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Boating - A special way to go

Based right here in Docklands, Melbourne Showboat can offer you the perfect cruise package to explore the harbour and port.

11 Feb 2014

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Boating - Smooth sailing with the Minister

The Boating Industry Association (BIA) made the most of the recent summer boat show by spending some quality time with Ports Minister David Hodgett.

11 Feb 2014

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Renegades finish on a high

Inspired by West Indian Dwayne Bravo, the Renegades held on for a one point win against the Adelaide Strikers in their recent clash but it was too little too late with the team finishing outside of the top four.

11 Feb 2014

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Auroras put to the test

Australia’s national Dragon Boat team, the Auroras, was put through its paces in Docklands last month.

11 Feb 2014

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No joy for esplanade

Harbour Esplanade could remain a festering sore for decades as the State Government and the City of Melbourne admit they have no intention of completing the project in a hurry.

11 Feb 2014

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Adding a dash of colour

Docklands had a rainbow-hued start to Australia Day when almost 2000 people took part in the MS Colour Dash.

11 Feb 2014

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Pet’s day out

The NewQuay Piazza will be filled with the sounds of barking and hissing, squawking and purring this month, when Docklands’ animal population meets later this month.

10 Feb 2014

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