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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

Harbour Town is rebranding
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Melbourne’s history through costumes
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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

Laughter, the key to working together
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Letters Image

Letters

Begging to differ
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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

Not all liability policies are created equal
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

The very social Axl
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Activating vertical villages
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Short-stays behind property price pain
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Edition - June 2016

OCs ‘betrayed’ on short-stays

The State Government has abandoned residents hoping for intervention to regulate the use of residential apartments for short-stay accommodation.

31 May 2016

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New hub for cyclists

Local not-for-profit group Good Cycles has kicked off a crowd-funding campaign to build a community bike hub on Harbour Esplanade.

31 May 2016

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Bureaucrats strut their stuff on governance

If any further evidence was needed to prove the case for water governance reform, it was provided by the six state government speakers at a special forum held in Docklands in late April.

31 May 2016

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Have you met the mayor?

As much as they want their suburb completed, Docklanders will be sorry to see popular flagman Shane Foggie move on when 888 Collins St is completed.

31 May 2016

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The first big idea for Docklands

We’ve seen plenty of them – those weird and wacky ideas for Docklands. But this one from 160 years ago is surely the most futuristic?

31 May 2016

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Change of venue for Networking Lunch

This month’s Docklands Networking Lunch has had a change of venue.

31 May 2016

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Vale Tom Ogley

Much-loved Mission to Seafarers gardening volunteer Tom Ogley passed away on Thursday, May 19 after a short illness.

31 May 2016

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Docklands to cop ‘city bypass’

Docklanders can look forward to a lot more traffic in Wurundjeri Way, which will become a “city bypass” if the proposed Western Distributor road is built.

31 May 2016

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A fish returns to the water

Doug Jarvis was always going to struggle as the City of Melbourne’s waterways manager, so Docklands is eternally grateful that he lasted five years.

31 May 2016

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Doyle’s 80 per cent loss of memory

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle can only remember 20 per cent of the first promise he made in the lead up to the 2012 council election.

31 May 2016

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Docklands’ master craftsman

For Freddy Mata Mendoza, Docklands has become an inspiration, not just a place to live.

31 May 2016

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City of Melbourne gravy train keeps rolling on

The City of Melbourne is embarking on a hiring binge, which will see another 80 staff swell its already top-heavy ranks in the next financial year.

31 May 2016

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Docklands News misses out

It appears Docklands News went early last year when it joyfully reported City of Melbourne support for small independent publishers.

31 May 2016

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Webcams deactivated

The Port of Melbourne has turned off its webcams.

31 May 2016

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Development is booming

Docklanders are again experiencing a surge of development.

31 May 2016

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All upstream for new bay ferry

Since launching its eight-week trial period, Little Group chairman Paul Little’s Port Phillip Ferries venture has struggled to gain anywhere near the uptake it was expecting.

31 May 2016

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Comfort from nautical burials

Docklands’ tall ship Enterprize was out on Port Phillip Bay last month supporting families without the means to give their deceased loved ones a suitable send off.

31 May 2016

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Biggest morning teas

Docklanders came together in force on May 26 to raise funds for the Cancer Council.

31 May 2016

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Green light for Collins Wharf

Developer Lend Lease has been given the City of Melbourne’s seal of approval to construct a 29-storey development at number one Collins Wharf, Docklands.

31 May 2016

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Social Club is thriving

Some 30 “social Docklanders” met to enjoy each others’ company at Merchant Society in Victoria Harbour on May 11.

31 May 2016

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Uncertain future for city helipads

The Helicopter Association of Victoria has called on the City of Melbourne to make a definitive call on whether it wishes to see two existing helipads remain next to the Yarra River.

31 May 2016

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Library wins development award

Docklands’ Library at The Dock has won the Property Council of Australia’s Victorian development of the year award.

31 May 2016

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Paris, Rome … Yarra’s Edge?

For anyone interested in the best of Australian art, a visit to Yarra’s Edge before June 9 is a must.

31 May 2016

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The sociable of Yarra’s Edge

Socialising has been taken to a new level at Yarra’s Edge with the recent formation of a new social club.

31 May 2016

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A living, breathing almanac

In life, there are some people you must see if the circumstances call for it.

31 May 2016

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Another disruption for Esplanade

The construction of a new gas pipeline under Harbour Esplanade is currently in planning and is set to take place next year.

31 May 2016

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Planning power for locals

Locals who wish to stay in tune with new developments in Docklands may be interested to discover that there is indeed a way to do so without having to endure tiring research.

31 May 2016

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Medals galore for dragon boaters

Victorian paddlers did well in Adelaide recently when four major events were held.

31 May 2016

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The history of Docklands

Docklands News spoke with Historian Dr Judith Buckrich and took a trip through history to remember the humble beginnings of Docklands.

31 May 2016

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Co-working comes to Docklands

Docklands has a new spring in its step thanks to entrepreneurial events that are drawing a new crowd.

29 May 2016

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Docklands is Beautiful