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10 years on

VicUrban boss quits
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Aboriginal Melbourne

The Koorie Heritage Trust: An interview with Tom Mosby
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Chamber update

Docklands in COVID-safe trading
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Docklander

Docklander nominated for inclusivity award
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

关注Docklands港区的未来
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Critic

The best read in lockdown
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Owners' Corporation Management

The top three benefits of virtual owners’ corporation meetings
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

How to keep your brain healthy
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Letters

A cautionary tale for apartment owners
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History

A Coode time on the Yarra
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Housing All Australians

Government needs to invest in housing now
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Business

A celebration for all occasions
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Owners Corporation Law

Dust continues to settle on the Owners’ Corporation Act (2019) reforms
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Mission to Seafarers Victoria

Mission to Seafarers: Open to everyone from November 4
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Maritime

It’s time to activate Docklands
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Pets Corner

Ty the adorable rescue
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SkyPad Living

Skilling owners’ corporations
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Precinct Perspectives

Stay vigilant, support local
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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

I will meet you at The District under the Melbourne Star
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We Live Here

Short-stays exploit family violence loophole
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Abby's Angle

Let’s think about “freedom” again
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Editions
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Edition - June 2020

Quiet budget for Docklands

By David Schout While funding was allocated for key projects in surrounding areas, investment in Docklands infrastructure appeared light-on in the City of Melbourne’s recently released draft 2020-21 budget.

02 Jun 2020

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Mums make the streets their own

Last month just off Collins St, local mums were taking pleasure in creating their own form of village life after the initial culture shock of the pandemic.

02 Jun 2020

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Library to reopen

The Library at the Dock at Victoria Harbour will reopen on Tuesday, June 9, the City of Melbourne has confirmed.

02 Jun 2020

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Think Pink Zooms ahead

By Sean Car The Think Pink Foundation at Yarra’s Edge, forced to suspend all of its on- site operations since March 16 as a result of COVID-19, is literally now “Zooming” ahead.

02 Jun 2020

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DRG to host vertical living webinar

The Docklands Representative Group (DRG) will host a webinar on June 18 focused on help- ing local residential strata communities prepare for the world post COVID-19.

02 Jun 2020

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A true champion of Docklands passes

By Sean Rogasch Summing up the life of Peter Crowley in a 400- word column is a bit similar to decoding one of the man’s famed long-winded emails; almost impossible.

02 Jun 2020

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Movement at Digital Harbour

Developer Digital Harbour Holdings has recently submitted plans to the state government for twin commercial office towers at the site adjacent to Melbourne Water’s headquarters at 30-40 Digital Drive.

02 Jun 2020

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Docklands “should rebound”, says Property Council

By David Schout A “strong-performing” commercial property sector in Docklands “should rebound” from the difficulties posed by COVID-19, the Property Council of Australia’s Victorian director has said.

02 Jun 2020

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Reading habits during the pandemic

Books dealing with anxiety and adversity are the top reads by borrowers in Docklands, according to lists of e-resources released by the City of Melbourne.

02 Jun 2020

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Residents speak out against “dodgy” Docklands planning

By Meg Hill and Sean Car A long-term NewQuay resident has led a chorus of locals calling for a meeting with Minister for Planning Richard Wynne to put an end to “deceptive” planning processes in Docklands.

02 Jun 2020

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COVID-19 and Fishermans Bend

The economic impacts of COVID-19 are being felt far and wide. But for Australia’s largest-ever urban renewal project in Fishermans Bend, the pandemic could prove the major catalyst in determining how the state government’s vision plays out.

02 Jun 2020

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Vaping ban divides

The City of Melbourne has unanimously passed a motion proposing a ban on e-cigarettes and vaping in selected areas throughout the city.

02 Jun 2020

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Rate freeze marks rebuild

Despite unsurprisingly recording its first deficit in more than 30 years as a result of COVID-19, the City of Melbourne has made the symbolic move to implement a freeze on rate increases over the next financial year.

02 Jun 2020

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A landmark moment for Alma

By Meg Hill After 10 years of fundraising and restoration work, the historic tall ship Alma Doepel is set to re-enter the water by the end of the year.

02 Jun 2020

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New park for Seafarers Rest

The City of Melbourne is now seeking the community’s feedback on the designs of a new 3500 sqm park at Seafarers Rest in Docklands.

02 Jun 2020

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New-look morning tea, same big impact

By Sean Car While COVID-19 safety measures meant the team at Berth and Cargo was unable to host its usual Biggest Morning Tea event, it didn’t stop it raising $7500 for the Cancer Council on May 28 thanks to a clever tweak.

02 Jun 2020

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Recovery and renewal

By Meg Hill The Docklands Pop Up Neighbourhood House had been working to keep the community supported during the pandemic.

02 Jun 2020

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Sunday market is back!

The Docklands Sunday Market returned to NewQuay Promenade with great success on May 24 as a refreshed Farmers Market.

02 Jun 2020

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Local government elections to proceed

The state government has confirmed that local government elections will still go ahead as planned on Saturday, October 24.

02 Jun 2020

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Sports club eyes spring return

By David Schout Docklands Sports Club (DSC) has eyed a spring return for its junior soccer and cricket programs at Ron Barassi Snr Park.

02 Jun 2020

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