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10 years on Image

10 years on

Issue 11 – February/March 2005
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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

Join us for Bollywood action
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Docklands is not sinking
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Rewind to 1980
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Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing Image

Health and Wellbeing

Regular yoga practise makes sense
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Letters Image

Letters

Letters to the editor - Mar 17
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

So much more than a gym
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Owners Corporation Law Image

Owners Corporation Law

Matters to consider before buying “off the plan”
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

Michelle’s perfect pups
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SkyPad Living

3D printing vertical villages
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Parliamentary inquiry into short-stays
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford Image

What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

Dig deep - it’ll be worth it
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Edition - June 2013

School is a step closer

Docklands is a step closer to securing its own local primary school.

28 May 2013

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We’re 10 years old

Docklands News is 10 years old this month.

28 May 2013

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Take a closer look

If you took a walk along Victoria Harbour Promenade last month chances are you came across a range of unique artworks.

28 May 2013

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Ute attack on waterfront eatery

Vandals used a stolen car to smash in the front of Almina Cafe Bar on the waterfront under the ANZ Centre on May 2.

28 May 2013

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Real water colours

A day out on the water proved to be an inspiring jaunt for a group of artists in Docklands last month.

28 May 2013

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Docklands is a budget winner

Docklands has received its best council budget result ever, with the City of Melbourne set to invest in a range of projects.

28 May 2013

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Thumbs up for Docklands

Students from Oxley College in Chirnside Park visited Docklands last month to find out more about the area’s development.

28 May 2013

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Owners given access

The Conder Owners Corporation (OC) has granted facility temporary access to owners who mounted VCAT action due to the introduction of induction procedures.

28 May 2013

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Chamber challengers are champion rats

About 100 people took part in the first ever Water Ratrace Corporate Challenge in Docklands last month.

28 May 2013

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Grants for community

Community groups are encouraged to apply for community grants of up to $20,000 as part of the City of Melbourne 2014 community grants program.

28 May 2013

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New chair for Destination Docklands

Destination Docklands has announced Dr David Cochrane as its new chairperson, following Clive Dwyer’s resignation.

28 May 2013

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No funding for tourist service

Docklands is no closer to attracting tourists from the city’s major visitor entry point as the City of Melbourne has again deferred funding a Western Gateway Visitor Service.

28 May 2013

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Library emerges from dock

Construction of the Docklands Library and Community Centre at Victoria Harbour is progressing, with the framework of the first floor now clearly visible.

28 May 2013

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Goddess Mazu protects Docklands

Emergency services were called to Docklands last month to deal with the fallout from a major boat collision in Victoria Harbour.

28 May 2013

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Just a dollar a day will rescue a sex slave

Docklands-based charity The Big Umbrella this month launches a national campaign to rescue Vietnamese girls from sex slavery in China.

28 May 2013

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Lunchtime thrills for Docklands

This month’s Hub Lunchbox session offers Docklands residents and workers the opportunity to learn Michael Jackson’s iconic ‘Thriller’ dance.

28 May 2013

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India enlightens

Docklands local Ashleigh Streeter has returned from a “surreal” trip to India with hope of continuing to advocate for some of the country’s most vulnerable people.

28 May 2013

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40,000 Docklands workers ... and rising

More than 6000 new workers will move into Docklands offices this month.

28 May 2013

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Icehouse to host nationals

Docklands’ Icehouse is set to host the Australian Figure Skating Championships later this year.

28 May 2013

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Try tai chi

If you’ve ever thought about trying tai chi then the Docklands Sunday Market is the perfect place to give it a shot.

27 May 2013

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Short-stay apartments to stay

The Supreme Court has awarded victory to operators in the long-running dispute over short-stay apartments in residential buildings.

27 May 2013

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Worldwide Scope to be deregistered

Worldwide Scope Pty Ltd will be deregistered following a VCAT inquiry into the company’s business practices.

27 May 2013

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CEO joins fight against homelessness

Business leader and Docklander George Kotzageridis is set to brave a cold night at Etihad Stadium next month to raise awareness of homelessness in Australia.

27 May 2013

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YMCA team cleans up

A team of volunteers from YMCA Docklands has adopted a neglected and polluted section of riverbank.

27 May 2013

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Tasty offering for abandoned space

A creative collective is set to transform the abandoned Waterfront City food court into a unique art space.

27 May 2013

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Networking lunch

There are only 16 places left for this month’s Docklands News Networking Lunch on June 21 at Va Bene on Central Pier.

27 May 2013

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Mustangs improve out of sight

After a disappointing ice hockey season in 2012, the Melbourne Mustangs have started 2013 with a lot of promise.

27 May 2013

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Docklands is Beautiful