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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

The yachts are on their way!
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander Image

Docklander

Engage with the student community
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Politician disrespects us
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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

Holiday activity planning
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Letters Image

Letters

Sharing the enthusiasm
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

Morgan Brooks & Tolhurst Druce Emerson
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Owners Corporation Law Image

Owners Corporation Law

Strata land 2017: The year in review, and predictions for 2018
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

A good day for a walk
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Vertical Smarts
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Short-stays behind property price pain
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford Image

What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

If all just give a little more ...
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Edition - June 2011

NewQuay traders in fees revolt

NewQuay’s traders are in open revolt against MAB Corporation and are taking legal action against the giant developer over what they consider to be excessive precinct management fees.

31 May 2011

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Lady Chelmsford recovery underway

Work has finally begun to recover the 'Lady Chelmsford', which sank at its berth at Central Pier in February 2008.

31 May 2011

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Sporting ambitions put on ice

It’s not your usual school sport, but a group of Roxburgh College students visit Docklands’ Icehouse every fortnight to practise curling.

31 May 2011

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Esplanade man quits

The man responsible for the Harbour Esplanade redevelopment has quit.

31 May 2011

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Collision course on serviced apartments

The City of Melbourne is on a collision course with owners of serviced apartments at Watergate.

31 May 2011

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Grassroots footy

If the AFL is looking for grassroots footy, it need only look out the window.

31 May 2011

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Docklands continues to fund council

The City of Melbourne plans to return only 75 per cent of the revenue it earns from Docklands next financial year.

31 May 2011

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Docklands is ‘designated’

Extra powers have been given to Victoria Police in an effort to curb an apparent increase in anti-social behaviour in Docklands.

31 May 2011

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Welcome to Invensys Rail

Docklands welcomed a further 300 corporate workers last month with the official opening of Invensys Rail in NewQuay.

31 May 2011

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Transport study revs up

Some 18,000 Docklands workers were last month invited to respond online about their travelling habits as part of a precinct transport study.

31 May 2011

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Public art is on the rise

Docklands has just experienced “Rising”, a student public art exhibition which returned to Victoria Harbour for a fourth year last month.

31 May 2011

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Docklands property is good, but it’s not THAT good

Housing price figures released last month claiming a 46.2 per cent annual rise in Docklands are not all that they seem.

31 May 2011

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Say all of it, says survey

It’s a close call, but most respondents to last month’s online survey believe we need to clearly pronounce the A when saying Docklands.

31 May 2011

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Bottomless garbage bins

The City of Melbourne is interested in building a giant network of underground garbage vacuum chutes and thinks that Docklands might be the place to trial the concept.

31 May 2011

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Two fun nights

There are two great nights out in Docklands in June.

31 May 2011

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Book by June 10

There are still places available for the June Docklands News Networking Lunch, to be held at the Hilton, South Wharf on Friday, June 17.

31 May 2011

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Ward councillors are back on the agenda

Docklands could get its own councillor following a State Government decision to review the City of Melbourne’s electoral arrangements.

31 May 2011

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Merchant St face lift

Victoria Harbour had some new landscaping last month, courtesy of Lend Lease and VicUrban.

31 May 2011

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Tourist train will boost retailers

Harbour Town retailers will receive a significant boost if a proposal to introduce people-moving tourist trains is successful.

31 May 2011

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What a load of rubbish!

This photo shows that the rubbish contamination was so bad at Marina YE during recent floods that berths could not be used.

31 May 2011

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Art project to help shelter pedestrians

VicUrban is funding a public arts project which will have the added benefit of sheltering pedestrians crossing the Collins St bridge in Batman’s Hill.

31 May 2011

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Work needed on Central Pier

VicUrban will soon begin structural reinforcement of Central Pier after a routine inspection in April found structural deterioration of the historic landmark.

31 May 2011

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Accolades for local properties

The ANZ Centre won the Australian Development of the Year Award last month, cementing it as Australia’s top property of the year.

31 May 2011

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Residents respond to consultation

The Second Decade of Docklands draft initiatives were presented to local residents at the Hub last month by VicUrban and City of Melbourne representatives.

31 May 2011

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Professor Adams is allowed to speak

Docklanders attending last month’s “D2” consultations got a rare first-hand glimpse into the thinking of Professor Rob Adams.

31 May 2011

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The NAB Academy: on the frontier of learning

NAB has embraced a learning culture with the recent opening of its Academy flagship site at Docklands.

31 May 2011

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For the love of Alma

Watercolour artist Maggie Chiara Cowling is an unusual regular at Docklands’ Shed 2

31 May 2011

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Community garden to be uprooted

Urban Reforestation’s community garden is on the move next month a short distance to another temporary location at the Victoria Harbour end of Merchant St.

31 May 2011

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Part 2: The art of communication

Too bad if you want to cross Harbour Esplanade.

31 May 2011

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What’s it like to live in Docklands?

Urban researcher Louise Johnson wants to talk to Docklanders about what it’s like to live here.

31 May 2011

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Seeking liveability and sustainability

It is worth asking why Docklands should be treated as a place apart from the rest of the City of Melbourne and, if it is someplace different, what kind of difference Docklands seeks to make.

31 May 2011

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My primal Docklands

Soul? I’ll give you soul. Primordial, tribal soul from the place that’s not supposed to have any, Melbourne’s Docklands.

31 May 2011

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MARVELLOUS MELBOURNE – Its Art and Soul

An exhibition of images at South Wharf this month goes some way to defining what makes Melbourne marvellous.

29 May 2011

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Docklands is Beautiful