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10 years on

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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Upcoming events in Docklands
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A great place for a new-born
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Politician disrespects us
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Here’s an idea
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Morgan Brooks & Tolhurst Druce Emerson
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Taking the plunge on defect claims
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Wonder dachshund
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Luv thy NABERS (for apartments)
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Cool new artist market
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We Live Here

Uniting against proxy farming and rorts
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Edition - March 2018

City supports extra traffic for Docklands

By Shane Scanlan The City of Melbourne has started shoring up its defences against a traffic invasion from the West Gate Tunnel project – but it comes at the expense of Docklands.

28 Feb 2018

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GOAL! Super moon scores on Bolte

Nina Vincitorio shot this photo of the lunar eclipse on February 1

28 Feb 2018

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Foster to plead guilty

Former councillor Richard Foster is to plead guilty to electoral fraud charges relating to the 2016 City of Melbourne election.

28 Feb 2018

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Three months of hearings for Fishermans Bend

A planning panel has set aside three months to hear submissions about the government’s development ambitions in Fishermans Bend.

28 Feb 2018

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Cover-up allegation

By Shane Scanlan The City of Melbourne is refusing to discuss corruption allegations against a senior manager who was sacked last September.

28 Feb 2018

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Mixed responses to helipad removal

By Shane Scanlan Flinders Wharf residents are delighted, but the industry is feeling vulnerable following the removal of the North Wharf helipad on January 31.

28 Feb 2018

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Short-stays: A race to the bottom?

By Shane Scanlan Veteran Docklands short-stay apartment operators are aghast about recent activities by “fly-by-night” operators who they say are tarnishing their industry.

28 Feb 2018

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Alma’s army days on display

NewQuay resident Lachlan Pitts last month learned how tall ship Alma Doepel was requisitioned by the Australian Army and played a role in World War II.

28 Feb 2018

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Foreign renters can vote

Non-Australian citizen renters can vote in the May lord mayoral election.

28 Feb 2018

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Toll road is a disaster for Docklands

By Ellen Sandell, State MP for Melbourne In Docklands, we’re lucky to have a beautiful local community so close to the city.

28 Feb 2018

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Inner Worlds at The Exchange

The Exchange at Knowledge Market is hosting a forum and public artwork launch this month, uncovering the hidden interior environments of seven iconic Victoria Harbour buildings.

28 Feb 2018

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Docklands beautiful at night

Victoria Harbour resident Selina Gao captured Docklands’ beauty at night on February 19.

28 Feb 2018

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Docklands Code Club is revolution-ready

By Ree Maloney For the past two years, a group of enthusiastic kids ranging from 7-12 years old has been meeting at the Library at The Dock to learn about the world of technology.

28 Feb 2018

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Docklands as San Jose in Winchester

The real Winchester Mystery House is located in San Jose, California, but when you’re watching “Winchester” on the big screen, you might be looking at Docklan

28 Feb 2018

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Docklands leads in commercial

Docklands leads the Melbourne commercial property success story with the lowest vacancy rate in the CBD.

28 Feb 2018

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Scouts on tour

By Ree Maloney Scouts from the People’s Republic of China paid a visit to Docklands last month, including a tour on board the Enterprize.

28 Feb 2018

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Heart Foundation moves to Docklands

Australia’s leading heart health charity has found a new home at 850 Collins St Docklands, after 10 years of being in the CBD.

28 Feb 2018

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Lord mayoral election

CBD residents and businesses are to vote in a by-election in May for the position of Lord Mayor of Melbourne.

28 Feb 2018

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Looking beyond static art at 664 Collins St

Mirvac’s newest Docklands project, 664 Collin St, will showcase eight-metre LED artworks by Swinburne University students on its lobby walls.

28 Feb 2018

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Green light for Central Pier

An infrastructure project undertaken by Development Victoria at Central Pier late last year has recommended an ongoing maintenance program for the heritage-listed structure.

28 Feb 2018

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Docklands and the electric car

By Ree Maloney Electric cars are happening. Is Docklands prepared?

28 Feb 2018

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Marriott is bringing five-star luxury

A stunning infinity pool boasting views of Melbourne’s skyline and its own bar and dining zone will be the crowning glory of a bold new residential address in Docklands.

28 Feb 2018

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Baton honour for Hedley

Trustees of the Enterprize Ship chair Hedley Elliott was privileged to carry the Queens Baton from Docklands to Williamstown on February 10.

28 Feb 2018

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Art is good for the economy

Artist-in-residence Clancy Scanlan says art is good for the local Docklands economy.

28 Feb 2018

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Stadium sees red

Etihad Stadium has commemorated a monster six by Brad Hodge by replacing a seat in the third tier with a “Renegades red” one.

28 Feb 2018

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Shed 5 re-emerges as residential

Riverlee’s revised proposal to develop the heritage-listed Shed 5 area at North Wharf has been endorsed by the City of Melbourne.

27 Feb 2018

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Is this the world’s smallest bar?

On Valentines Day, Glowgolf at The District Docklands opened what it believed to be the smallest bar in the world.

27 Feb 2018

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Docklands Art Collective March Wrap

Here’s what the resident artists down at The District are doing this month.

27 Feb 2018

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Calling all Storm Sisters

Southern Storm Paddle Club is putting a call out to all women who are interested in getting out on the water and dipping their paddle into the world of dragon boat racing.

26 Feb 2018

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The story behind Fat Yarn

By Meg Hill Down at Docklands Art Collective in The District, Lynda Sharp has moved her virtual Etsy store into a physical retail space.

25 Feb 2018

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Docklands is Beautiful