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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 2014

Networking in Docklands

A joint event held by the Docklands Chamber of Commerce and Destination Docklands provided a great networking opportunity for local stakeholders last month.

05 Jun 2014

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Docklanders in the dark on marketing

Docklanders remain none the wiser about the success of Destination Docklands’ marketing and events campaigns over the past year.

05 Jun 2014

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NewQuay fees dispute settled

The long-running dispute between NewQuay traders and MAB Corporation over alleged excessive precinct management fees was settled last month.

05 Jun 2014

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Water rats return

The Water Rat race returned to Docklands last month, with 100 workers taking part in the corporate challenge.

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands budget disappointment

The City of Melbourne’s 2014-2015 draft plan and budget released last month reveals no plans for major Docklands projects in the next financial year.

05 Jun 2014

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No more Cirque du Soleil for Docklands

Docklands will miss out on a significant tourism booster next year due to the development of Western Park.

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands library opens to the public

The new Library at the Dock received a warm welcome last month when hundreds of people attended its official opening.

05 Jun 2014

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An open letter to Robert Moore

Manager | Urban Design and Docklands Branch | City of Melbourne Re: Harbour Esplanade Waterfront Redevelopment

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands’ starring role

Docklands is set to have a starring role in upcoming feature film “The Moon and the Sun”.

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands to take part in age-friendly precinct pilot

Docklands will become a senior-friendly place over the next 12 months through a unique pilot program.

05 Jun 2014

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Building manager jailed

A former Docklands building manager has been sentenced to a minimum of four years jail after pleading guilty to aggravated burglary and intent to rape a resident of the building he managed.

05 Jun 2014

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Buluk Park chosen by council

Buluk Park has been chosen as the name of Docklands newest landmark after a recent Melbourne City Council meeting.

05 Jun 2014

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50 shades of fluoro

It was a cast of hundreds who turned out in every imaginable shade of fluoro to save Docklands from an imaginary disaster on May 22.

05 Jun 2014

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Lunchbox at the Library

Docklands Lunchbox sessions will move from the Hub to the new Library at the Dock this month.

05 Jun 2014

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Call for applicants

Chamber of Commerce president Joh Maxwell has put the call out for local businesses to apply for a Lord Mayor’s Commendation.

05 Jun 2014

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No opposition to Goods Shed demolition proposal

There is no apparent opposition to a plan to demolish seven bays of Docklands’ historic Goods Shed North.

05 Jun 2014

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Planning approval for NewQuay hotel

Singaporean developer Hiap Hoe has received planning approval to develop a hotel on the NewQuay site it purchased from MAB Corporation last year.

05 Jun 2014

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Rotary goes nuts over footy

Docklands and other local Rotary clubs have banded together to organise the “Footy Nuts” project to improve the diets of remote indigenous children.

05 Jun 2014

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Victoria Harbour update

Victoria Harbour developer Lend Lease plans to construct a residential tower at the corner of Collins and Bourke streets.

05 Jun 2014

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Upgrade for YMCA

Docklands’ YMCA launches its new and improved Victoria Point facility this month.

05 Jun 2014

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CityLink signs to go

The City of Melbourne will remove a series of congestion-causing CityLink signs, following an enquiry from ‘Docklands News’.

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands News close to a century

‘Docklands News’ celebrates its 100th edition this August, marking a major milestone for your local newspaper.

04 Jun 2014

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Clock comes home

The historic Water Tower Clock had a homecoming last month, when it was restored to Southern Cross Station, where it stood between 1910 and 1967.

04 Jun 2014

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Boating - “Ghost” of tram bridge lingers

The Fishermans Bend tram bridge appears unlikely to go ahead any time soon, but is not completely off the table yet.

04 Jun 2014

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Boating - Cruise with the lady

If you’re looking for something a little different to do on a Sunday in Docklands in winter then why not enjoy a lunch cruise onboard the Lady Cutler?

04 Jun 2014

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Boating - Ena is on her way

Steam yacht Ena will soon be relocating from Sydney to Melbourne.

04 Jun 2014

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Boating - Sea Dog

DOG NAME: Bosun.

04 Jun 2014

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Melbourne Ice doesn’t disappoint

Melbourne Ice has continued its early season form by defeating the Mustangs 5-3 in front of a sold-out crowd.

04 Jun 2014

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Docklands gets active

Docklands has welcomed a fitness program that is helping Melbourne workers to become more active before, during and after work.

04 Jun 2014

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Owners fear widespread fibre campaign

High-rise owners corporations are concerned about being locked out of the NBN due an aggressive fibre installation campaign by a TPG-owned company.

04 Jun 2014

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Council is comfortable with missing life buoys

The City of Melbourne does not consider missing life buoys around Docklands’ waterfront to be a safety hazard.

04 Jun 2014

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Ahoy, Docklands

Petticoats, corsets, hats and linen shirts are all in a day's work for Helen Ebsworthy.

04 Jun 2014

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Watergate short-stay case rolls on

The Building Appeals Board (BAB) may need to hear further evidence before making a decision on the Watergate short-stay case.

04 Jun 2014

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Docklands is Beautiful