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10 years on

July-August edition 2007
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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 - September 2012

Forum reps announced

Ten Docklands representatives have been appointed to the newly-formed Docklands Community Forum (DCF).

28 Aug 2012

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Melbourne Day Regatta

More than 1000 people were introduced to Docklands waterways at the Melbourne Day Regatta celebrations on August 26.

28 Aug 2012

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A curious journey begins ...

And so … a curious journey begins as the Docklands Community Forum meets for the first time this month.

28 Aug 2012

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Laugh your arts off

Docklands’ own arts, blues music and comedy festival gets underway next month.

28 Aug 2012

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No ownership of tram safety sign

The safety of passengers alighting at the Docklands Park tram stop is at risk because no authority will accept responsibility for signage.

28 Aug 2012

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Place of worship mooted

Docklands could have its own place of worship by 2015.

28 Aug 2012

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My door is always open

Our newest member of State Parliament wants Docklanders to know her door is always open for them.

28 Aug 2012

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Life’s sweeter when you’ve cheated cancer

Cheating death obviously gives you an enhanced appreciation of life, so cancer survivor Annie Horsley’s 80th birthday party in Docklands on August 26 was a very special occasion.

28 Aug 2012

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Footy finals are here

The AFL footy final fixture is yet to be announced and we’re still to find out if Etihad will play host to finals.

28 Aug 2012

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Docklands gets a tick from parent

Former major projects minister Mark Birrell thinks Docklands is a work in progress, but one that so far is living up to his expectations.

28 Aug 2012

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Real estate agent is in hot water

Former Docklands real estate agent Ali Abbas will appear before the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) on October 26 over nearly $100,000 worth of trust fund irregularities.

28 Aug 2012

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Owners join apartments case

Watergate Owners Corporation (OC) has joined the legal battle against serviced apartments in Docklands.

28 Aug 2012

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Ouch!

A vehicle brought down a light tower and a flag pole in Docklands last month.

28 Aug 2012

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International recognition for Docklands’ car

Docklands’ car is attracting international attention.

28 Aug 2012

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Goods Shed is ready and waiting

Pearson Group Australia is set to move into the newly-refurbished Goods Shed South at 707 Collins St this month.

28 Aug 2012

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$3 million revamp planned

A $3 million redevelopment is set to revitalise Dockland’s Batmans Hill precinct.

28 Aug 2012

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It’s all about the tatts

You can tell a lot about a seafarer just by looking at him. At least you can if he has a tattoo.

28 Aug 2012

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Stadium keeps its name

Docklands’ Stadium will be known as Etihad until at least 2019.

28 Aug 2012

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Silt stirs up trouble

Silting between Collins Landing and Yarra’s Edge has become so built up many boat operators now avoid the area.

28 Aug 2012

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Council grant for Alma

City of Melbourne has committed $300,000 towards the restoration of heritage sailing ship Alma Doepel.

28 Aug 2012

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Water taxi to start in November

A water taxi shuttle service will connect Northwharf with the CBD from November.

28 Aug 2012

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Breaking the cancer cycle

A team of ANZ Docklands staff is aiming to raise $50,000 for the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre by taking part in a 200 km bike ride next month.

28 Aug 2012

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Projection project

Docklands is now lit up each night by a large-scale digital projection.

28 Aug 2012

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Brush up on art at The Hub

A botanical and floral art class based in Docklands is busily preparing for an exhibition at The Hub next month.

28 Aug 2012

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New neighbours for Docklands

Docklands has welcomed some new neighbours with the opening of the Lacrosse stage one east tower at 675 LaTrobe St.

27 Aug 2012

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President is challenged

Docklands Chamber of Commerce presidency is being contested this year.

27 Aug 2012

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Fashion fix

Get a bite-size style session at The Hub this month.

27 Aug 2012

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Book for lunch

There are still places available for the September Docklands News Networking Lunch.

27 Aug 2012

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