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Melbourne Water moving to Docklands
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The little bent tree
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COVID-19 and the Chamber’s response
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Conflicting speeds
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零工经济的灰色区域
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Five strategies to get through coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Bring on the lasers
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New offerings at The District Docklands Market Lane
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Social distancing in apartment blocks is hard to do, but necessary right now
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Adorable therapy
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A new perspective from Batman’s Hill
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A chair’s perspective of vertical living in COVID-19 times
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Goodbye from Blender Studios
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Eat your way through our most delicious hot spots
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We Live Here

We need a clear cladding policy – now!
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Slow down. The panic is coursing through all our veins
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Pet’s Corner - April 2014

03 Apr 2014

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Titch the Jack Russell is one of Dockland’s newest, and certainly smallest, residents.

The tiny four-month-old pup had been living in Docklands for just a week when Docklands News met him last month.

According to his owner, Jane Duyker, Titch was still getting used to the hustle and bustle of apartment living but already loved visitng Docklands Park.

However, she said he was still getting used to socialising with other dogs and had a habit of barking at dogs much bigger than he.

On the other hand, Jane said Titch loved people and attracted plenty of attention from passersby when he was out and about.

According to Jane, when at home Titch can’t stop following her around and always wants to know what she is up to.

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