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10 years on

July-August edition 2007
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Away from the desk Image

Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

Docklands Sunday Market
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Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Passionate about the community
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Docklands Secrets

Tram bridge or underground tunnel?
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing

Work lunch box tips
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Letters

Letters from Oakey the dog, Meina and Iris
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New Businesses

Ear and Hearing & New Key
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Owners Corporation Law

A siren song calling for fair play
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Pets Corner

Not a day to sit down
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SkyPad Living

Safe and secure in our vertical villages
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We Live Here

Flammable cladding: residents ignored
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Edition - May 2012

Docklands’ boom supports Victoria

Where would Victoria be without the $2.2 billion that Docklands is currently injecting into the state economy?

01 May 2012

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Docklands dreaming

Eight-year-old Billy Diplaros from Bentleigh West Primary School thought Docklands was very cool when he visited with his classmates last month.

01 May 2012

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Who are we?

Are we Docklands or Melbourne’s waterfront? Or can we be both?

01 May 2012

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Curtain call for Kylie and friends

Kylie, Edna and friends might have to find another place to live if MAB’s NewQuay Central development proceeds.

01 May 2012

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City basks in Docklands’ reflected glory

The City of Melbourne has become a world environmental leader, largely thanks to the sustainability of Docklands.

01 May 2012

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Thumbs up from Endeavour

The HMB Endeavour was moored in Docklands for 12 days during April, providing a direct link to one of the major events in Australian history.

01 May 2012

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Car parking pressure mounts

Competition for parking spaces in Docklands is set to increase with the closure of the car park at the end of North Wharf Rd from May 4.

01 May 2012

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Boaties plan to rally support

Docklands’ charter boat operators plan to stage a “regatta” in an attempt to improve their standing with decision makers.

01 May 2012

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Interested in Kiwanis?

The Kiwanis service club wants to establish a club in Docklands and has invited interested people to a meeting on May 7.

01 May 2012

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Ahoy Fr Bob and friends

Father Bob Maguire (right) got into the Docklands’ spirit last month when he brought a couple of his mates to check out community sailing.

01 May 2012

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Docklands dodges a bullet

Docklands shook a monkey off its back last month when the spectre of a choking bridge across the entrance to Victoria Harbour was finally ruled out by the State Government.

01 May 2012

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Expect action, says Lord Mayor

In putting himself forward for a second term as Lord Mayor, Cr Robert Doyle says Docklanders could expect action under his stewardship.

01 May 2012

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Docklands turns it on

Docklands was at its sparkling best in early April for the Australian Dragon Boat Championships.

01 May 2012

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New Docklands bridge

Planning Minister Matthew Guy has announced a new bridge to connect Northwharf and Docklands.

01 May 2012

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A trip down memory lane for sailors

A group of World War II veterans enjoyed a day out on the water in Docklands on April 7 aboard one of the world’s last surviving Fairmile patrol boats.

01 May 2012

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Councillor is shown the issues

A group of Docklanders took Melbourne City councillor Cathy Oke on a walking-tour last month to show her first-hand their issues with open space.

01 May 2012

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‘Let’s Go Together’ iPhone app

Access Melbourne has launched an iPhone application which will allow Docklanders to meet and share car trips with friends and co-workers.

01 May 2012

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Alma soon to be high and dry

This artist’s impression shows the view that Docklanders will soon see of the historic three-masted, sailing-ship Alma Doepel.

01 May 2012

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Networking? Lunch?  Sign up today

Sign up for the next Docklands News Networking Lunch on Friday, June 22 in the Portside Bar and Lounge area of the Wharf Hotel at Northwharf.

01 May 2012

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Meet the new Hub bubs

Pictured here is the latest crop of local babies with their mums at their first playgroup session at the Docklands Hub last month.

01 May 2012

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Winners, winners, winners

The winners of the Docklands Rotary Experience Raffle are 1st prize: Joanne Wandel, 2nd prize: Joann Pyne.

01 May 2012

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Garden group sprouts

A dozen enthusiastic Docklanders attended a meeting at the Hub on April 18 to discuss the activation of our suburb’s new community garden.

01 May 2012

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Mission reveals its secrets

Docklands’ historic Mission to Seafarers has received museum accreditation after 150 years of service.

30 Apr 2012

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Flames burn brightly at home

Local dragon boaters the Melbourne Flames took full effect of their home ground advantage at last month’s national championships, returning its best result ever.

30 Apr 2012

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Docklands is Beautiful