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Docklands: It’s time for a plan

Docklands: It’s time for a plan

September 29th, 2021 - Sean Car

For Docklanders, the closure of Melbourne Star last month represented yet another departure from our suburb that one can’t help but feel could have been avoided. 

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The Alma’s return wades closer

September 29th, 2021 - Jack Hayes

The decade-long restorative journey of Docklands’ favourite tall ship, the Alma Doepel, is set for completion with the vessel’s revised return to water date planned for October 7 or 8. 

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Why does the City of Melbourne have the state’s lowest vaccination rate?

September 29th, 2021 - David Schout

Federal figures indicated that, in mid-September, the City of Melbourne had the lowest vaccination levels in Victoria. A deeper dive into the figures, however, suggests there could be an explanation for this. 

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Much-loved café says farewell

September 29th, 2021 - Sean Car

After operating next to Cow Up A Tree in the centre of Docklands for nearly four years, it was with a heavy heart that the family behind the popular Off With The Ferries café on Harbour Esplanade was forced to farewell customers last month. 

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One man’s mission to tackle unsightly graffiti in Docklands 

September 29th, 2021 - Docklands News

Fed up with graffiti vandals marring the Docklands precinct, a community-spirited resident has embarked on a mission to clean up the mess. 

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Enrolling to vote made easy at The Hub

Enrolling to vote made easy at The Hub

October 2nd, 2009 - Docklands News
Spooky fun at Harbour Town

Spooky fun at Harbour Town

October 1st, 2015 - Docklands News
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