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Season’s greetings

02 Dec 2014

Dear readers ...

Welcome to the final edition of Docklands News for 2014.

It’s been another busy year in Docklands, with plenty of news to fill our pages.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about all the news from your local community throughout the year as much as we’ve enjoyed delivering it.

Some of the major news items we’ve covered this year include the Watergate short-stay case, Harbour Esplanade’s future development, the sale of Harbour Town and the Fishermans Bend tram bridge.

Docklands News also reached a major milestone in August when we published our 100th edition.

It’s only due to the continued support of our valued advertisers that we were able to reach this milestone and we’d like to say a special thanks to the local stakeholders who have invested in this community asset.

Thanks also to our regular columnists, who each month supply us with interesting perspectives to share with the Docklands’ community.

To our readers - thanks for picking up a copy of Docklands News each month and for sharing your stories with us this year.

We wish all of our readers, contributors and advertisers a happy and safe festive season with friends and family.

We’ll be back with our first edition for 2015 in February and we look forward to bringing you more news from postcode 3008 next year.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year,

Bethany Williams
Editor

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