The e-bike and e-scooter debate has again divided community opinion after a resident spoke of their frustration of seeing the electric-powered transport devices dumped across the Docklands precinct.
Small businesses in Docklands have welcomed a City of Melbourne decision to waive outdoor dining fees, but for many hospitality traders trying to get back on their feet after lockdowns “the war is not over”.Read More
As part of a program to activate Docklands’ empty shopfronts, sustainable outerwear brand laGuapa describe their recent move into Victoria Harbour as a “game changer”.Read More
Work on a new ferry terminal and a twin-deck floating bar is starting to take shape in Victoria Harbour in what is hailed as a huge boost to activate tourism and the “gateway to Melbourne.”Read More
City bars, restaurants and cafes can automatically extend their trading hours from 11pm to 1am after the state government sought to streamline processes for ailing hospitality businesses.Read More
The City of Melbourne has slapped new Docklands fish and chip shop Designer Foods 101 with a fine worth nearly $2000 for throwing karaoke nights outside its business on NewQuay Promenade in breach of the property’s planning permit.Read More
Embattled traders welcome council’s support but declare “war not over”
The “game changing” move to Docklands for ethical label as part of shopfront program
Exciting activations take shape in Vic Harbour as precinct recovers from pandemic
For Shane and Sue Mason, the saying “the world is your oyster” has never rung more true since they made the call to move to Docklands nearly four years ago.
In an exciting turn of events, Development Victoria has provided the Docklands Neighbourhood House with $162,000 in funding to allow the community space to remain in its place until at least the end of 2022.Read More
The City of Melbourne seeks joint effort to rid the city of graffiti as deterrence reaches critical point
The City of Melbourne has sought the “urgent assistance” of the state government as it battles to fight a 60 per cent increase in graffiti and tagging since the pandemic began.Read More