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10 years on

Council given more planning powers
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Docklander

Lormier St towers get full makeover from Docklands’ “Foyer Queen”
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

政府资助 受创商家
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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

Managing aches and pains
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Letters

Here’s an idea …
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History

A view to a hill (with an explosive secret)
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Housing All Australians

Housing All Australians – a new paradigm
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Business

Docklands Dental Studio becomes an industry leader
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Owners Corporation Law

VCAT declares that committees have the power to terminate an OC manager
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Maritime

Celebrating our Enterprize
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Pets Corner

Ty the adorable rescue
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SkyPad Living

Finally, vertical villages are on government’s radar – but is the focus right?
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Precinct Perspectives

Explore public art in Batman’s Hill
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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

Stage 3 lockdown fines for short-stays
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Abby's Angle

Getting through lockdown 2.0
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Editions
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Edition - February 2020

Your new look Docklands News

As we enter a new decade, we thought it was high time that we refreshed your Docklands News.

29 Jan 2020

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A message from the Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp …

Melbourne is Australia’s fastest-growing city and will be the biggest by the end of the decade.

29 Jan 2020

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Vision to put Docklands on the map

By Sean Car, A new permanent laser and light show, as seen overseas in the likes of Dubai and Hong Kong, could be making its way to Docklands under a proposal from the Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC).

28 Jan 2020

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Webb Bridge resurfacing slip up

By Meg Hill The Webb Bridge was closed for three weeks last year for waterproofing works worth $140,000, but the council said the resurfacing work had become a hazard.

28 Jan 2020

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Building a lead on climate change

Advertorial by Sean Car The City of Melbourne continues to demonstrate the urgency in reducing carbon emissions in our city, both through its own actions and influencing others to act in the community and other levels of government.

28 Jan 2020

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Central Pier’s uncertain future

By Sean Car Development Victoria’s (DV) decision to permanently close Central Pier last month has left the community wondering what will become of Docklands’ fading maritime heritage.

28 Jan 2020

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Deserved honour for a maritime legend

By David Schout When Nigel Porteous went down to Docklands’ iconic Mission to Seafarers in 2000, he could see the place was on its last legs.

28 Jan 2020

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Primary school tops out

Local families are a step closer to getting a state-of-the-art vertical school with Docklands Primary School’s main structures topping out last month.

28 Jan 2020

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Neighbourhood volunteers

Docklands’ pop-up Neighbourhood House has started the new year with momentum, receiving so much interest from volunteers, staff can’t quite keep up.

28 Jan 2020

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Lord Mayor backs fireworks cancellation

The City of Melbourne supported a state government move to scrap Australia Day fireworks in Docklands as a result of the ongoing bushfire crisis.

28 Jan 2020

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Lord Mayor backs fireworks cancellation

The City of Melbourne supported a state government move to scrap Australia Day fireworks in Docklands as a result of the ongoing bushfire crisis.

28 Jan 2020

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The “mini city” under Southern Cross

By Meg Hill There’s a network of tunnels kilometres long under Southern Cross Station that were built back in the 1800s.

28 Jan 2020

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Wellness studio opens

Collins Square has added a wellness studio to its precinct.

28 Jan 2020

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MAB’s Escala defies the odds

By Jack Hayes As the appetite for high-rise development in Melbourne declines, one Docklands stalwart continues to buck trends.

28 Jan 2020

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A big summer break but your councillors work hard

By Stephen Mayne - former City of Melbourne Councillor Being a City of Melbourne councillor can be a time-consuming job but one thing that tends to happen over the silly season is that you get a decent break from public meetings.

28 Jan 2020

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Lasting links via mixed netball

By David Schout With a thriving competition on the Harbour Esplanade courts, Docklands social netball is forming lasting connections for those involved, especially Bek Grouios.

28 Jan 2020

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University of Adelaide to open Docklands campus

The University of Adelaide will open its Melbourne campus in Docklands in July in a partnership with the Kaplan Business School.

28 Jan 2020

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Drawing on Deakin’s wall

By Meg Hill Deakin University’s Docklands site – Deakin Downtown – will showcase its first exhibition for the year with newly commissioned and rarely seen wall-based, site responsive artworks in Drawing on the Wall.

28 Jan 2020

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Tides of change documented in new exhibition

By David Schout A new photographic exhibition at Library at The Dock depicts the Port of Melbourne’s changing face from 1936 to 1959, and the true scope of activity on the city’s docks during this time.

28 Jan 2020

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Seabins keep waterways clean

The City of Melbourne is using floating rubbish bins to stop litter washing into the Yarra River at Docklands.

28 Jan 2020

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Docklands digs deep for bushfire appeal

Two of Docklands’ favourite restaurants teamed up with local businesses to help raise more than $13,000 for the Victoria Bushfire Appeal on January 15.

28 Jan 2020

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Fundraiser at Magnet

After the devastating bushfires in south-eastern Australia this summer, Magnet Gallery in Docklands is donating funds from its upcoming exhibition to the relief effort.

28 Jan 2020

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Media guys offer support

Ever since the bushfires hit, people in unaffected areas have been figuring out ways of helping those in suffering communities.

28 Jan 2020

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