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10 years on Image

10 years on

Issue 11 – February/March 2005
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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

Join us for Bollywood action
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Councillor Profile Image

Councillor Profile

The making of a Lord Mayor
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Docklands Secrets Image

Docklands Secrets

Docklands is not sinking
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Fashion Image

Fashion

Rewind to 1980
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Good News Bill Image

Good News Bill

A journey through the past of Docklands
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Health and Wellbeing Image

Health and Wellbeing

Regular yoga practise makes sense
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Letters Image

Letters

Letters to the editor - Mar 17
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New Businesses Image

New Businesses

So much more than a gym
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Owners Corporation Law Image

Owners Corporation Law

Matters to consider before buying “off the plan”
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Pets Corner Image

Pets Corner

Michelle’s perfect pups
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SkyPad Living

3D printing vertical villages
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We Live Here Image

We Live Here

Parliamentary inquiry into short-stays
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford Image

What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

Dig deep - it’ll be worth it
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Edition - September 2016

Harbour Esplanade neglected despite $74 million unspent

Some $74 million of City of Melbourne money that could have been used to revitalise Docklands’ most neglected public asset, Harbour Esplanade, has gone unspent over the past four years.

31 Aug 2016

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Farewell to Docklands

After four years and 44 editions of Docklands News the time has come for me to say goodbye.

31 Aug 2016

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Community support

The community is rallying behind the installation of a sport and recreation space within the old wharf shed at the Bolte Bridge end of the Yarra’s Edge precinct.

31 Aug 2016

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Port Phillip Ferries turns focus on Portarlington

Port Phillip Ferries has dropped commuter services between Wyndham Harbour and Docklands in favour of a Portarlington connection.

31 Aug 2016

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The future of city schools

Docklands is still awaiting news of when and if it will get a local school, but one thing is for sure – a Docklands school will certainly be of the vertical variety.

31 Aug 2016

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Watergate OC decides against short-stay appeal

The Watergate owners’ corporation (OC) has decided against appealing a Supreme Court decision that found it did not have the power to ban short-stay apartments.

31 Aug 2016

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A walk through Docklands’ past

Docklands’ history will come to life through a new walking tour mobile app released last month.

31 Aug 2016

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Borrow a frock

If you drop by Library at the Dock you can borrow a book, you can borrow a magazine, you can borrow a DVD.

31 Aug 2016

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Green light for new towers

Docklands’ population is set to grow, with the approval of all three of Melbourne Quarter’s residential towers last month.

31 Aug 2016

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New plans for Northbank site

Docklands’ Northbank precinct is set to be revitalised under new plans released by developer Riverlee last month.

31 Aug 2016

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September networking lunch

This month’s Docklands Networking Lunch is fast approaching, but there’s still time to book your seat.

31 Aug 2016

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Good result from Alma Doepel luncheon

More than $40,000 was raised for the Alma Doepel restoration at the second annual Voyage of a Lifetime gala luncheon last month.

31 Aug 2016

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A celebration of Docklands

Boats in the harbour, music in the air and crowds of people gathered around the waterfront – the annual Melbourne Regatta once again proved to be a true celebration of Docklands.

31 Aug 2016

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It’s council election time again

With nominations for the City of Melbourne council elections closing on September 20, the field of candidates is slowly emerging.

31 Aug 2016

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Event contract offered

The City of Melbourne is offering a $500,000 contract to deliver a 2017 event program for Docklands.

31 Aug 2016

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Next level gaming

Docklands is now home to Australia’s largest games development headquarters, Electronic Arts’ Firemonkeys studio.

31 Aug 2016

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A life-changing experience

fter nearly 30 years, the internationally-acclaimed social enterprise Dialogue in the Dark is coming to Australia and, more specifically, to Docklands.

31 Aug 2016

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Pokéstops to lure new visitors

Docklands may soon be gripped with a frenzy of augmented reality creature-catching Pokémon Go players following an initiative by Places Victoria to attract new visitors to the precinct.

31 Aug 2016

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New pavilion officially opens

Local residents and workers have a new place to enjoy some fresh air after Docklands’ newest community space was officially launched last month.

31 Aug 2016

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September social club

Don’t miss the September Docklands Social Club gathering.

31 Aug 2016

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Indoor gardening

Library at the Dock is hosting a “lunchbox” session on indoor gardening this month.

31 Aug 2016

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Calling all local relayers

Now is your chance to lead the fight against cancer by rallying friends, family and workmates together to form a team for Cancer Council Victoria’s Relay For Life.

31 Aug 2016

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Village St transformation

Village St is set to be revitalised into a vibrant, green and pedestrian-friendly space.

31 Aug 2016

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Pioneering loft-style apartments

MAB Corporation is targeting young professionals in its upcoming NewQuay development Elm & Stone.

31 Aug 2016

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Cycling into September

Local not-for-profit organisation Good Cycles is set to start building its new bike hub this month with hopes of having the doors open at the end of September.

31 Aug 2016

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Atlantic awarded

Local hospitality company Atlantic Group received two awards last month.

31 Aug 2016

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Tree planting day

On August 5, children from Gowrie Docklands gathered to plant a cherry tree for national tree planting day.

31 Aug 2016

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Commendations for local businesses

Three local businesses will be recognised with Lord Mayor’s Commendations this month.

31 Aug 2016

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Newcastle takes out ice hockey finals

Newcastle takes out ice hockey finals

31 Aug 2016

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Docklands mums mix friendship with business

For Docklands mums Andrea Diem and Ginna Gutierrez, joining the local mothers’ group was the start of both a beautiful friendship and a new business.

30 Aug 2016

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Celebrating multiculturalism

Folk-dancing, international music and food and drinks from around the world – you’ll find all this and more at the Global Village Multicultural Festival in Docklands next month.

30 Aug 2016

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Docklands is Beautiful