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Embattled traders welcome council’s support but declare “war not over”

Embattled traders welcome council’s support but declare “war not over”

May 4th, 2022 - Brendan Rees

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”.

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The “game changing” move to Docklands for ethical label as part of shopfront program

May 4th, 2022 - David Schout

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”.

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Exciting activations take shape in Vic Harbour as precinct recovers from pandemic

March 30th, 2022 - Brendan Rees

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.”

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Bar hours automatically extend after liquor licence reforms

March 30th, 2022 - David Schout

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.

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Docklands fish and chip shop fined

March 30th, 2022 - Spencer Fowler Steen

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.

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Erin successds in her Quest

Erin successds in her Quest

November 27th, 2009 - Docklands News
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