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10 years on Image

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

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 - October 2010

New port plan could save Docklands from bridge

A thoughtful plan for the future of Melbourne’s port put forward last month would save Docklands from being choked by a low rail bridge.

28 Sep 2010

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Come out and meet the candidates

Don’t forget to come out and meet your state election candidates in Victoria Harbour on Thursday, October 21.

28 Sep 2010

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Licensing is back in the news in Docklands

Liquor licensing is back in the news in Docklands with two cases creating interest – an application by the Woolshed Pub to expand numbers; and the resurrection of the Uber Bar application for St Mangos Lane, NewQuay.

28 Sep 2010

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From little things, big things grow!

Docklands TV migrated from the REALLY small screen to the REALLY big screen last month.

28 Sep 2010

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James Squire locked out of premises

Docklands lost a cornerstone business last month when James Squire Brewhouse was locked out by its landlord over a rent dispute.

28 Sep 2010

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Live music at Yarra’s Edge twice a week

Curves Bar and Restaurant at Yarra’s Edge now has two live music sessions each week, the latest being acoustic music every Thursday night from 8pm until 10.

28 Sep 2010

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Oktoberfest cancelled

The Rotary Club of Docklands has cancelled its Oktoberfest event scheduled for October 16 due to the closure of the venue.

28 Sep 2010

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Toilet talks have a happy ending

NewQuay owners’ corporations briefly closed their toilets to the public last month after becoming frustrated with the City of Melbourne.

28 Sep 2010

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Ride to Work Day

Ride to Work Day is Thursday, October 13 and riders can expect a free breakfast and other rewards when they arrive in Docklands.

28 Sep 2010

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Serviced apartments are good, says poll

Most Docklanders approve of serviced apartments, according to the September ‘Docklands News’ online poll.

28 Sep 2010

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Council contact is increasing

The City of Melbourne’s contact with Docklands via its Hub community centre continued to build last financial year.

28 Sep 2010

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Get into this year’s directory quickly

Advertisers wishing to be in front of Docklands residents and workers for the whole of 2011 should act fast and contact the Docklands Directory 2011’s sales manager Linh Nguyen.

28 Sep 2010

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Waterfront City winners

Congratulations to Joanne Farrugia who won the major prize in Waterfront City’s winter competition.

28 Sep 2010

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2010 Dragon Boat Challenge

Now in its third year, the Corporate Dragon Boat Challenge features an afternoon of dragon boat racing action on Victoria Harbour on October 27.

28 Sep 2010

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The feedback is in

The City of Melbourne and VicUrban say they have consulted with 3701 people on the future of Docklands during the first phase of their Second Decade of Docklands project.

28 Sep 2010

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Independent bands live … on the tracks!

Between Friday, October 1 and Saturday, October 9, Melbourne’s freshest independent performers will play live at Southern Cross Station as part of Melbourne Music.

28 Sep 2010

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Docklands’ response to MSS

The Docklands Community Association has responded to the City of Melbourne’s request for feedback on its draft Municipal Strategic Statement (MSS).

28 Sep 2010

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Hangin’ around Myers

It would be easy to think that abseiling down buildings all day would be a dream job.

28 Sep 2010

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Five day closure in November

VicUrban expects to close Harbour Esplanade in November for five days to link up its new tram tracks.

28 Sep 2010

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A santa invasion

Docklands will be awash with red and white on Sunday, December 5, as Variety Victoria holds its second annual Santa Fun Run.

28 Sep 2010

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Trailable Yacht Festival for Docklands

This year’s Trailable Yacht Festival is being hosted by Docklands Yacht Club and will be held in Victoria Harbour on November 6 and 7

28 Sep 2010

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Andrew gives the gift of snow

While many people spend their free time indulging in their own hobbies, Docklands worker Andrew Partos volunteers himself to the community.

28 Sep 2010

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Rotary Club helps out

A group of eight Docklands Rotarians and their friends travelled to Kinglake last month to help bushfire victims re-establish their lives.

28 Sep 2010

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Top maritime art on display

The prestigious ANL Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition is on again in Docklands this month.

28 Sep 2010

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Holiday time buzz at Harbour Town

The holidays crowds were back at Harbour Town in September with much interest in the attractions as well as the shopping.

28 Sep 2010

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Yarra’s Edge is at last reconnected with the city

After about four years being cut off from the South Wharf area, the pedestrian and cycle linkage under the Charles Grimes Bridge was finally and permanently reinstated last month.

28 Sep 2010

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Deals done over lunch

Fun was had and deals were done at the Docklands News Networking Lunch on September 17.

28 Sep 2010

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Docklands is the Green Zone

It’s well know that Docklands is a greener place than most. So it’s no surprise that it has been chosen to demonstrate the best that green motoring can offer.

28 Sep 2010

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Meet “what’s her name”

Meet “what’s her name”, Docklands’ latest maritime resident.

28 Sep 2010

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Big business is still a family business

For the personalised service and family feel of a small business, but the value and competitiveness that a big business brings...shop at Berkowitz.

28 Sep 2010

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Shoes glorious shoes

Shoes, they are the must have accessory – literally.

28 Sep 2010

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Docklands showcased to the world

Urban Reforestation director Emily Ballantyne-Brodie last month represented Urban Reforestation, Docklands and Australia at the CUMULUS Young Creators for a Better City, Better Life Design Conference at the World Expo in Shanghai.

27 Sep 2010

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Docklands, the urban fantasy

It is somewhat fitting that crime-writer Lindy Cameron will be one of the first novelists to address the new Docklands Writers Group on November 10.

27 Sep 2010

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Docklands is the place to be

It seems that Docklands is where everyone wants to be, if the response to a recent radio promotion is any guide.

27 Sep 2010

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Muscle meets Docklands

Docklands’ Waterfront Venues hosted a fundraiser for 40 of Australia’s best body sculptors on Saturday, September 11.

25 Sep 2010

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Docklands is Beautiful