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10 years on

Melbourne Water moving to Docklands
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

COVID-19 and the Chamber’s response
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Docklander

Empowering women locally and abroad
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

零工经济的灰色区域
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

Five strategies to get through coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Letters

Bring on the lasers
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Business

New offerings at The District Docklands Market Lane
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Owners Corporation Law

Social distancing in apartment blocks is hard to do, but necessary right now
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Maritime

Maritime matters
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Pets Corner

Adorable therapy
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Precinct Perspectives

A new perspective from Batman’s Hill
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SkyPad Living

A chair’s perspective of vertical living in COVID-19 times
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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Sustainability

Sustainability in a pandemic world
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The District

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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Abby's Angle

Slow down. The panic is coursing through all our veins
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Survey results

25 Feb 2010

Thanks to everyone who rated the Docklands News in our February online survey.

The responses were encouraging with most recipients saying very kind things about us.

Some 25 per cent of respondents thought we were generally “exceptional” and 50 per cent opted for “very good”.  Thankfully, no one rated us as “pathetic”.

Not all our columns escaped the blow torch to the belly however, with our coffee and muffin review and our business section picking up a few “shocking” ratings.

At the other end of the scale, our most popular columns are “Cuisine Undercover” and “Faces of Docklands” with both scoring a “wonderful” rating from 66 per cent of respondents.

Similarly, our editorial integrity and the relevance of our stories scored very well with many supportive comments to reinforce this.

Most comments on our perceived strengths centred around being local – with community focus and relevance.  

To summarise what we have learned:

  • We are on the right track with the paper;
  • We can improve in many areas;
  • Community is the key.
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