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10 years on

New Southern Star revealed
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Docklander

Rapt with life in Docklands
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

港区超市 疫情热点
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Critic

A vote for uncertainty
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Owners' Corporation Management

Performance-based alternative solutions the key to cheaper cladding replacement costs
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

Four steps to minimise work from home postural pain
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Letters

An open letter to Michael and Andrew Buxton, MAB Corporation
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History

An apple a day keeps the docks busy
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Housing All Australians

Housing for all makes “good business sense”
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Business

Making Docklands City Pharmacy a household name
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Owners Corporation Law

COVID Q&A: Private renovations, cladding rectifications and nuisance from pets
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Maritime

Reflecting on the power of our docks
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Pets Corner

Ty the adorable rescue
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SkyPad Living

Do COVID-19 clouds have a silver or red lining for vertical villages?
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State MP

After COVID-19: do we want to go back to “normal”?
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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Sustainability

How fast is fast fashion?
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The District

Your local delicatessen has arrived!
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We Live Here

Airbnb CEO “has mucked it all up”
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Abby's Angle

Taking the next step
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Editions
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Edition - September 2020

Charter boats “squeezed out”

Docklands charter boat operators say they feel that they’re being “kicked out” of Victoria Harbour as the industry continues to seek answers over future berthing arrangements in the precinct.

02 Sep 2020

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Maritime dream closer to reality

Plans for a long-touted maritime museum and experience hub in Docklands are moving ahead after the state government and the City of Melbourne committed to a feasibility study and business case.

02 Sep 2020

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High-rise not told of COVID cases

Central city owners’ corporations (OCs) are on high alert after news that managers at one of Melbourne’s largest high-rise apartment buildings were not informed by health authorities that residents had tested positive to COVID-19.

02 Sep 2020

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Greenline council rift

A leak from within the City of Melbourne regarding a “top secret” plan to connect the inner city with new green spaces and cycling paths has highlighted a divide within the senior ranks of council’s management.

02 Sep 2020

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Council elections: what we know

While electoral rolls had only recently closed when the September edition of Docklands News published, a lot was still unknown about the makeup of the October 24 City of Melbourne council elections.

02 Sep 2020

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Too quiet in Village St

A sunny laneway with a takeaway window, providing niche, local food, has become almost the norm for the inner suburbs.

02 Sep 2020

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Tram options back on the table

A call to bring forward the start of the Metro 2 rail project to Fishermans Bend has renewed hopes for alternatives to a “costly” tram bridge over the Yarra River through Docklands.

02 Sep 2020

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Small business grants revealed

Small businesses based in the CBD, Docklands and Southbank will benefit from grants ranging $5000 to $15,000 in the latest round of state government support for those adversely affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

02 Sep 2020

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Production outbreak

A television show filmed at Docklands Studios had its production suspended in August after it was linked to a COVID-19 outbreak.

02 Sep 2020

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Cargo supports one of its own

It would be fair to say most people have gone through some hardship during this difficult year.

02 Sep 2020

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The District expands with new hotel

The District Docklands has announced another expansion to the suburb’s mixed-use precinct – the Nesuto Docklands Apartment Hotel.

02 Sep 2020

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EPA investigates “urine-like” smell

A Port Melbourne factory has been ordered to investigate a peculiar odour allegedly moving from its facility across into Docklands.

02 Sep 2020

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Corporates commit to Docklands

Collins Square is a place where the corporates flaunt their brands on the top of the office towers.

02 Sep 2020

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Neighbourhood house gets six more years

Development Victoria announced in August that it would extend the licence for Neighbourhood Houses Victoria (NHV), operating out of a Docklands’ headquarters, for six more years.

02 Sep 2020

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Waiting to see what the next two weeks will bring

Typically, a cafe during Stage 4 restrictions puts out a board advertising their take-away menu and hopes for the best.

01 Sep 2020

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Magnet finding its way

This year was looking like Magnet Gallery’s best ever, it has turned into its worst. But president Michael Silver said the not-for-profit was making the best out of 2020’s unprecedented circumstances.

01 Sep 2020

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Lyn and Peter celebrate 50 years of love

Original Docklanders Lyn and Peter Kelly celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in their Docklands apartment last month.

01 Sep 2020

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Victoria Harbour webinar: “Imagine if ...”

Following the success of the last community forum (and our first webinar!), the Docklands Representative Group’s (DRG’s) next community forum will be held as a webinar at 6pm on Wednesday, September 9.

01 Sep 2020

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