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10 years on

Issue 25 – April/May 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

Delivering results
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklander

Emilia Rossi, a Docklands advocate
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Docklands is not sinking
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Autumn palette
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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

Health and Wellbeing - April 2017
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Letters

Letters to the editor - April 2017
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

So much more than a gym
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

Oakley leads the way
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SkyPad Living Image

SkyPad Living

Double duty furniture
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Airbnb: facts and smokescreens
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Edition - November 2012

Push for local port authority

Docklanders are united around a plan to declare the area a local port to overcome bureaucratic paralysis.

29 Oct 2012

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Let’s define our essence and create our brand

Another year is drawing to an end and still we wait for the spark that is going to activate Docklands.

29 Oct 2012

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Sorry, we’re closed for food

So far this year, Docklands has lost about 40 per cent of its restaurants.

29 Oct 2012

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Grants build community

Docklands Community Garden and Docklands Community Association were among the recipients of City of Melbourne grants announced in October totalling $632,000.

29 Oct 2012

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The Roger show rolls on

The Docklands Community Association leadership was returned unopposed at its annual general meeting on October 29.

29 Oct 2012

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Real estate agent runs

Former Docklands real estate agent Ali Abbas has fled the country in the wake of a Consumer Affairs investigation into nearly $100,000 worth of trust fund irregularities.

29 Oct 2012

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Renegades eye their first title

The Melbourne Renegades hope the second installment of the Twenty20 Big Bash League will lead to greater success than the first, which ended so dismally after promising so much.

29 Oct 2012

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The wind is our friend

Here’s an idea to put Docklands on the map that draws upon our greatest natural asset, our wind.

28 Oct 2012

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Short-stay operator backs down

City of Melbourne action against short-term accommodation in Docklands residential towers has been bolstered by the withdrawal of the major operators from a Building Appeals Board case.

28 Oct 2012

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Arts and Laughs to return to Docklands

The Docklands Arts and Laughs Festival is set to become an annual event.

28 Oct 2012

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One step closer

The final section of the Southern Star Observation Wheel rim has been installed, bringing the project one step closer to completion.

28 Oct 2012

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Sheriff action

The Sheriff’s Office caught 28 people with 255 outstanding infringement warrants valued at more than $76,000 when they blitzed Wurundjeri Way on October 28

28 Oct 2012

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Council election result is positive for Docklands

The strong return of Team Doyle in last month’s City of Melbourne election should be a positive for Docklands.

28 Oct 2012

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Inside Docklands’ library

Construction of a “21st century library” began in Victoria Harbour in Docklands last month.

28 Oct 2012

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New jellyfish spotted

Eagle-eyed Docklanders may have noticed a different species of jellyfish lurking in the water around Docklands.

28 Oct 2012

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It feels good to Micah

Like many four-year-old boys, Micah Cheung loves trains.

28 Oct 2012

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Watergate evacuated

Watergate’s north tower was evacuated last month due to an apartment fire.

28 Oct 2012

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A place for the young at heart

Older Docklanders are an elite group.

28 Oct 2012

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Kids plan for a sustainable future

Over 600 primary and secondary school students visited Docklands last month for the 2012 Melbourne Water International Kids Teaching Kids Conference.

28 Oct 2012

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Party time at Platform 28

Local workers took advantage of Platform 28’s second birthday last month to cement friendships over a drink.

28 Oct 2012

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Docklands Commune

A colourful new addition has joined Docklands’ public art collection.

28 Oct 2012

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3 Collins Square open for business

Walker Corporation last month officially launched the first tower in its $1.5 billion Collins Square development.

28 Oct 2012

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Win a “mansformation”

Man What a Fuss has five “mansformation” packages up for grabs

28 Oct 2012

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Durian disaster

Who would have thought that a piece of fruit could cause the evacuation of a whole office floor?

28 Oct 2012

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Mindfulness at The Hub

The silly season is fast approaching and as it gets closer life gets busier.

28 Oct 2012

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New building for stadium precinct

A new office building is set to join the skyline of Docklands’ stadium precinct.

28 Oct 2012

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Art prize success

Sydney-based artist Martin Campbell took out the ANL Maritime Art Prize at the Mission to Seafarers in Docklands last month.

28 Oct 2012

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Harbour Centre fete is cause to celebrate

The Harbour Family and Children’s Centre in Docklands celebrated and raised funds last month with a community fete on October 14.

28 Oct 2012

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Christmas comes early to Docklands

Docklands residents and workers can get into the Christmas spirit early this year at the inaugural Christmas Twilight Markets beginning on November 30

28 Oct 2012

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Plenty of fun at Girls’ Night In

Staff from Crowne Plaza in Docklands raised over $9000 for the Cancer Council last month

28 Oct 2012

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Cyclists celebrated

An estimated 800 commuters were treated to breakfast, bike repairs and other goodies at the Ride to Work celebration breakfast in Docklands on October 13

28 Oct 2012

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Andrew keeps the faith

Despite its apparent failure as a retail precinct, MAB Corporation chief Andrew Buxton remains upbeat about NewQuay.

27 Oct 2012

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Last local networking for the year

The last Docklands News Networking Lunch for the year will be held on December 7 at Hooks at Yarra’s Edge

27 Oct 2012

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Docklands is Beautiful