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10 years on

Top yachts to compete at Docklands
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

Strategic goals for 2020
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Docklander

Dental saving kids in Timor Leste
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

Setting SMART goals for 2020
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Business

Best noodles close to work
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Owners Corporation Law

Embedded electricity networks are ripping off consumers
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Pets Corner

On the wild side
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Precinct Perspectives

Celebrate at Victoria Harbour
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SkyPad Living

Vertical dwelling is now mainstream
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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Sustainability

A sustainable festive season
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The District

Supporting Kids Under Cover this Christmas
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We Live Here

Short-stay violence spurs action
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Abby's Angle

The symbolism of the arrow
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Edition - August 2014

Mr Darcy turns heads

Docklands hosted a unique visitor this month, when a giant statue of Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy took up residence on Harbour Esplanade.

31 Jul 2014

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Fishermans Bend bridge remains a long-term option

The Fishermans Bend tram bridge remains a long-term transport option, despite opposition from the Yarra’s Edge community.

31 Jul 2014

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Fishermans Bend plan approved

Planning Minister Matthew Guy last month approved the final master plan for Fishermans Bend.

31 Jul 2014

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All aboard for the regatta

A major celebration of Melbourne’s heritage will highlight Docklands’ waterways this month.

31 Jul 2014

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The love is growing

Local workers are slowly but surely growing to love Docklands, according to a recent Destination Docklands research study.

31 Jul 2014

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Council slams shed plan

Melbourne’s councillors have slammed a plan to demolish seven bays of the Goods Shed North .

31 Jul 2014

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NewQuay drug bust

Police arrested two people in Docklands last month after finding drugs in a short-stay apartment.

31 Jul 2014

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Announcement precedes ferry infrastructure

The Wyndham Harbour to Docklands ferry service is unlikely to begin operating any time soon, with supporting infrastructure issues yet to be addressed.

31 Jul 2014

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Put a spring in your step at Southern Cross

Commuters at Southern Cross Station will be encouraged to skip the escalator and take in the new public art that covers the Bourke St stairs.

31 Jul 2014

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A new perspective

According to Luca De-Pasquale, the key to attracting more tourists to Docklands lies in accessibility, promotion of the area and infrastructure.

31 Jul 2014

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New CCTV camera for Docklands

Docklands has become an even safer place to live, work and visit, with a new council CCTV camera installed last month.

31 Jul 2014

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Coen’s story is just beginning

For Coen Ashton, life has changed dramatically since receiving a double lung transplant almost two years ago.

31 Jul 2014

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Aspiration and reality collide

The City of Melbourne believes government should intervene in the housing market if low and moderate income earners are to continue to live in the municipality.

31 Jul 2014

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Change to local tram route

Changes to local tram routes have resulted in more services to Docklands.

31 Jul 2014

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Fresh focus for new space

The Docklands Spaces initiative has jumped across to the other side of the waterfront, with the first Victoria Harbour space opening this month.

31 Jul 2014

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Music to our ears

Point Park will soon be filled with the sounds of chimes, bells and gongs, with work on a unique music garden beginning last month.

31 Jul 2014

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Let there be light

Lend Lease will review the layout of apartments in its 888 Collins St development, after the City of Melbourne raised issue with the inclusion of windowless rooms.

31 Jul 2014

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Putting a “Zing” into Docklands Rotary

The Rotary Club of Docklands want local residents, workers, business owners, corporates and other Docklands stakeholders to take part in an innovative community meeting this month.

31 Jul 2014

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More apartments for Digital Harbour

Planning Minister Matthew Guy has approved a new dual-tower residential building for Digital Harbour, worth $78 million.

31 Jul 2014

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Walk, don’t wait

Docklands pedestrians will soon be spared the annoyance of having to wait two traffic cycles if they have not pushed the button at the traffic lights.

31 Jul 2014

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Book your seat at the networking table

Don’t forget to book your seat at next month’s Docklands Networking Lunch.

31 Jul 2014

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New tower for Yarra’s Edge

Yarra’s Edge will receive a population boost after Planning Minister Matthew Guy approved a 30-storey residential tower for the precinct last month.

31 Jul 2014

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An energetic six years

New Energy Physiotherapy celebrates six years serving the Docklands community from its Merchant St clinic this year.

31 Jul 2014

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A new world on our waterways

As the sun goes down, the waterways surrounding Docklands are transformed.

31 Jul 2014

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Intense competition for local dragon boaters

Local dragon boaters could have their work cut out for them if they’re to make it on to next year’s national dragon boat team.

31 Jul 2014

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Mustangs and Ice eye finals

The Melbourne ice hockey clubs have continued their stranglehold over the AIHL competition, with the finals series approaching.

31 Jul 2014

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Welcome to the 100th edition of Docklands News

For more than 10 years now we've been delivering news and views from postcode 3008.

31 Jul 2014

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Hear the Blarney at the Docklands library

Docklanders are invited to attend the second in a series of free storytelling events at The Library at the Dock this month.

31 Jul 2014

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Recognition for local Rotarians

Two of the founding members of the Rotary Club of Docklands have been recognised for their commitment to the club.

30 Jul 2014

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