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10 years on

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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Aboriginal Melbourne

The Koorie Heritage Trust: An interview with Tom Mosby
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Chamber update

Docklands in COVID-safe trading
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Docklander

Docklander nominated for inclusivity award
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

关注Docklands港区的未来
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Critic

The best read in lockdown
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Owners' Corporation Management

The top three benefits of virtual owners’ corporation meetings
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

How to keep your brain healthy
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Letters

A cautionary tale for apartment owners
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History

A Coode time on the Yarra
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Housing All Australians

Government needs to invest in housing now
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Business

A celebration for all occasions
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Owners Corporation Law

Dust continues to settle on the Owners’ Corporation Act (2019) reforms
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Mission to Seafarers Victoria

Mission to Seafarers: Open to everyone from November 4
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Maritime

It’s time to activate Docklands
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Pets Corner

Ty the adorable rescue
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SkyPad Living

Skilling owners’ corporations
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Precinct Perspectives

Stay vigilant, support local
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State MP

After COVID-19: do we want to go back to “normal”?
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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Sustainability

How fast is fast fashion?
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The District

I will meet you at The District under the Melbourne Star
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We Live Here

Short-stays exploit family violence loophole
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Abby's Angle

Let’s think about “freedom” again
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Editions
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The spending community is not Toorak or Brighton.  It's right here in Docklands.  ABS statistics consistenty show that our local community are the people who buy.  So why not sell to them through the Docklands News, their trusted and respected news source?

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Distribution

We print and distribute 15,000 copies of the Docklands News at the start of each month.  With a conservative multiplier of 2.5 readers per paper, this translates to 37,500 readers.

More than half of these readers are from outside Docklands.  They are visitors to the precinct who pick up the paper from one numerous pick-up baskets which we have placed in high-traffic areas.

The rest go to residents and workers in Docklands.  We deliver into the letterboxes of every apartment and business within postcode 3008.
About 10,000 people now live in Docklands and some 60,000 people come to work here each day.

And the corporate penetration doesn’t stop there.  We go into all the major Docklands corporates – both physically and via the various internal intranets.

Our papers are kept “topped up” throughout the month in more than 20 distribution baskets in high-traffic areas.  You can find our baskets in Coles, Safeway, Spencer Outlet Centre, The District Docklands, many real estate agents.

Our papers can be found in all businesses, with multiple copies in Docklands' dozens of cafes and other places where people gather.

All residences:

  • Array
  • Aqui
  • Concavo
  • Convesso
  • Dock 5
  • Flinders Wharf
  • Forge
  • Grand Apartments
  • Lacrosse
  • Mariner
  • Montage/Mosaic
  • Merchant
  • NewQuay – 7 towers
  • Promenade
  • Serrata
  • Victoria Point
  • Village Docklands (V1)
  • Watergate
  • Waterfront City (Stage 2)
  • Yarra’s Edge – 6 towers - plus riverside town houses

Total of approximately 8000.

Businesses:

  • More than 60,000 people work in Docklands.  We deliver to all businesses and many corporations include the Docklands News on their intranets.
  • We deliver to all large businesses and employers including: AFL, ANZ, AMP, Bendigo Bank, BP, Building Control Commission, Bureau of Meteorology, Chartis, CSC, Enterprise Business Services, Etihad Stadium, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Infosys, Lend Lease, Channel 7, Channel 9, Medibank Private, NAB, National Foods, PTV, Telstra, and Places Victoria
  • We have moere than 20 baskets throughout the precinct.  The major distribution points are at Coles, Safeway, Spencer Outlet Centre and The District Docklands.
  • We deliver to centres for small business - LifeLab, the Trevor Main Centre and the Aqua Vista tower.
  • All cafés, restaurants and retail business premises in Docklands.