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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

Docklands Sunday Market
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Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Passionate about the community
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Docklands Secrets

Tram bridge or underground tunnel?
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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

Work lunch box tips
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Letters

Letters from Oakey the dog, Meina and Iris
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New Businesses

Ear and Hearing & New Key
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Owners Corporation Law

A siren song calling for fair play
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Pets Corner

Not a day to sit down
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SkyPad Living

Safe and secure in our vertical villages
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We Live Here

Flammable cladding: residents ignored
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Edition - July 2011

Docklands has a friend at court

Docklands has a friend at the top following the appointment of Cr Peter Clarke as chairman of the new Urban Renewal Authority board.

28 Jun 2011

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Bears came to play

After a big Melbourne derby the night before, it was a different story on June 26 when the Sydney Bears came to town.

28 Jun 2011

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Democracy anyone?

We must insist on a model that allows us real involvement and extracts the maximum amount of accountability.

28 Jun 2011

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Docklands as an Emerald city

Docklands was treated to a two-hour “eco-market” on June 3, courtesy of a group of final year William Angliss diploma of events management students.

28 Jun 2011

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New residents arrive

Docklands is getting a shot in the arm this month with the arrival of new residents at NewQuay West.

28 Jun 2011

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Serviced apartment reprieve

Owner’s corporations at the Nolan and Conder towers in NewQuay have failed in a poll to ban serviced apartments from their buildings.

28 Jun 2011

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Margaret is on a mission

Margaret Hamilton’s most recent charity visit to Fiji looked like being her last due to excessive government bureaucracy and import duties.

28 Jun 2011

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Traders press on with claim

23 disaffected NewQuay traders say they are proceeding with their VCAT case against MAB Corporation.

28 Jun 2011

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Could this be the City of Docklands?

Former Local Government Board chair Leonie Hemingway thinks Docklands should form its own municipality.

28 Jun 2011

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Second blessing for art gallery

The Dalai Lama has a thing going on with South Wharf’s Red Desert Dreamings Gallery of aboriginal art.

28 Jun 2011

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Community takes control of garden

Urban Reforestation has facilitated a “growing committee” and is passing responsibility for its Victoria Harbour garden to the Docklands community.

28 Jun 2011

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The South Wharf show starts

The first South Wharf wharf shed has opened for business

28 Jun 2011

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Postcard from Docklands

Docklands’ delights will be shared with the rest of Australia on July 17 when it will feature on Channel 9’s Postcards show.

28 Jun 2011

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Open House

Docklands buildings will be open for a fourth time this year as the free Melbourne Open House returns on July 30 and 31.

28 Jun 2011

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Cinderella is going to the ball

Docklands is going to the ball and will live happily ever after.

28 Jun 2011

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Bright sparks warm us up

Docklands workers couldn’t resist the rural charm of these 12-year-olds from the bush who visited on June 17 to sell oranges.

28 Jun 2011

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School holiday activities

If you’re looking for the perfect place for a whole family outing these school holidays, then look no further than Waterfront City.

28 Jun 2011

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It’s ‘Groundhog Day’ on the esplanade

The excavators and gigantic mechanised jack hammers were back in Harbour Esplanade last month

28 Jun 2011

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Docklanders support deals

Only a month after being launched, Docklanders are enthusiastically embracing their very own deals card, Docklander Deals.

28 Jun 2011

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‘Criminal’ fans light up Docklands

The Australia-Serbia friendly soccer match at Docklands’ Etihad Stadium on June 7 was a rousing affair both on and off the pitch.

28 Jun 2011

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Now is the time to buy an office in Docklands

According to industry experts, now is the time to be buying commercial real estate in Docklands.

28 Jun 2011

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Exercise is just a walk in the park

Medibank Community Fund launched a Medibank Walking Day in Docklands on June 9 to celebrate its partnership with Heart Foundation Walking.

28 Jun 2011

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Business connections made and strengthened

Some 66 diners enjoyed the ambience and hospitality of the South Wharf Hilton for the June Docklands News Networking Lunch.

28 Jun 2011

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DODO encouraged by Hastings decision

Defend Our Docklands Or … (DODO) convenor Michael Lindell believes that the State Government’s decision to fast-track the Port of Hastings is good for Docklands.

28 Jun 2011

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Docklands trivia

When it comes to Docklands, it appears that no one knows more about it than Sally Hewitt and her team who blitzed the field at the Docklands Chamber of Commerce’s trivia night on June 21.

28 Jun 2011

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Vale Lady Chelmsford

What was once an elegant Sydney Harbour ferry has been smashed to pieces and disposed of via several large industrial bins.

28 Jun 2011

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Big morning tea

Workers from VicTrack at 1010 building took part in the Biggest Morning Tea in May to raise money for cancer research.

28 Jun 2011

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Progressive Rotarians

About 40 Docklanders experienced a great night out on June 9 and raised nearly $2000 for charity in the process.

28 Jun 2011

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More tram services mooted

Commuters travelling to Docklands may soon have more transport options under Yarra Trams’ proposed plan to redirect some CBD services towards Melbourne’s west.

28 Jun 2011

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Getting the right angle on seafarers

Photographer Morganna Magee has discovered that the Mission to Seafarers in Flinders St is more than just a beautiful building.

28 Jun 2011

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‘Just Leadership’ breakfast series

The next "Just Leadership" breakfast will be held at NAB Docklands at 7.15 am on July 14.

28 Jun 2011

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Businesses want to help

Australian small business owners may be an untapped resource for Australian charities

28 Jun 2011

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Trivia answers

Trivia quiz answers

28 Jun 2011

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Metlink to deliver our tourism info

Docklands is not getting its own face-to-face visitor services booth.

28 Jun 2011

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Docklands is Beautiful