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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 - Dec 12 - Jan 13

Sam Sangster resigns

Sam Sangster has resigned as CEO of Places Victoria.

04 Dec 2012

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Decision time on serviced apartments

A resolution to the serviced apartment case that has divided Docklands is now in sight, with a Building Appeals Board (BAB) decision imminent.

04 Dec 2012

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NBN connection for some Docklanders

The National Broadband Network (NBN) has come to Docklands, but most won’t be able to connect to it for at least the next three years.

04 Dec 2012

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Try sailing on December 9

Locals and visitors are invited to a “try sailing day” this month in Docklands.

04 Dec 2012

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Docklanders don’t drive

Docklands residents are abandoning their cars and finding alternative ways to get around.

04 Dec 2012

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A CLUE to Docklands’ workforce

A recent study shows that Docklands is fast becoming Melbourne’s finance and insurance centre.

04 Dec 2012

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New courts take shape

Work has started on Docklands’ own multi-purpose sporting courts in Batman’s Hill.

04 Dec 2012

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Coldplay campers not disappointed

Docklands was invaded by scores of Coldplay fans last month when the award-winning British band hit Etihad Stadium for its Mylo Xyloto tour.

04 Dec 2012

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Hub healthy habits

Christmas is almost here and for most of us the temptation to indulge in delicious treats is too strong to resist.

04 Dec 2012

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Operatic treat

Docklanders are invited to attend a free lunchtime opera performance at the ANZ building this month.

04 Dec 2012

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The magical world of Docklands

A new exhibition in Docklands recreates C.S. Lewis’s magical world of Narnia.

04 Dec 2012

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The Quarter approved

MAB Corporation has received permit approval for the first stage of its $250 million development The Quarter.

04 Dec 2012

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Networking at the pub

Destination Docklands and the Docklands Chamber of Commerce held a joint networking event at the Woolshed Pub in Docklands on November 12.

04 Dec 2012

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Travelator given the thumbs up

Nearly 60 per cent of Docklanders surveyed last month think a wind-powered travelator idea for Harbour Esplanade is “brilliant”.

04 Dec 2012

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Local teams struggle through opening rounds

Melbourne Heart and Melbourne Victory have both started off their 2012/2013 A League seasons in an unconvincing fashion.

04 Dec 2012

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Merry Christmas Coen

Christmas came early for Docklands’ Ashton family last month when a double-lung transplant donor was found for cystic fibrosis sufferer Coen, 15.

03 Dec 2012

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Locals push for 9.30 fireworks

Docklanders are lobbying for the reinstatement of the 9.30 pm New Year’s Eve family fireworks amid speculation that the City of Melbourne’s safety concerns are unfounded.

03 Dec 2012

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Docklands:  it’s (nearly) all good

2012 closes with a promise of some very good things for Docklands.

03 Dec 2012

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What’s that you said Jack?

While the Norfolk Pines on Harbour Esplanade may struggle in Docklands’ wind, there’s a new tree in town that is firmly planted in the ground.

03 Dec 2012

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Vans weren’t denied permit

Reports that popular Melbourne food trucks were kicked out of Docklands after complaints from other traders are false.

03 Dec 2012

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Revival for Waterfront City

Empty retail spaces in Docklands are to be temporarily filled with start-up businesses and projects.

03 Dec 2012

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Victory at last for Cadel Evans

International cycling champion Cadel Evans returned to Docklands last month for the third annual Suit Up and Ride event.

03 Dec 2012

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The murky business of marketing money

The City of Melbourne has promised Docklands millions of dollars for marketing since 2007 – but have we been short-changed?

03 Dec 2012

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Victoria Point man shot

Police shot a Docklands resident last month, following a confrontation about a stolen car.

03 Dec 2012

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Mural comes to life

A team of artists is currently creating a larger-than-life mural in Docklands.

03 Dec 2012

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Robert connects with the people

For artist Robert Lee Davis, it’s all about connections.

03 Dec 2012

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Reprieve for truckies’ diner

Truckies can breathe a sigh of relief with the news that the Ports Diner Roadhouse is here to stay for at least another two years.

03 Dec 2012

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Living history at Central Pier

When the Bryant family first arrived at Pier 10, Victoria Dock on November 14, 1912 they were met with a completely different Docklands than the one we know today.

03 Dec 2012

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Carols to delight Docklands

Get into the festive spirit this month and head down to the Piazza at NewQuay Central on December 23 for the Planetshakers’ Carols at Docklands.

03 Dec 2012

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So much to do during the school holidays

Christmas is almost here and six weeks of school holidays are on the horizon.

03 Dec 2012

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Alma to rise

The restoration of the historic sailing ship Alma Doepel is one step closer to completion.

03 Dec 2012

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Hortus is almost here

Harbour Esplanade will soon be activated by a glasshouse installation on Harbour Esplanade.

03 Dec 2012

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Ouch, that hurts

Vehicles mounted the footpath and caused damage at two locations in Docklands last month.

03 Dec 2012

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Paddlers compete

Docklands’ Victoria Harbour hosted two dragon boat competitions last month.

03 Dec 2012

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