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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 - Dec 16 - Jan 17

Woolshed Pub to bounce back

The Woolshed Pub staff and management have been working frenetically to reopen their venue since a devastating fire on November 11.

06 Dec 2016

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Businesses left in the dark

At the end of November the City of Melbourne was still to reveal details of its Christmas and New Year activities in Docklands.

06 Dec 2016

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No tall towers for Harbour Town

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) last month confirmed that high-rise development will not be allowed in the small “in-fill” pockets surrounding Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

06 Dec 2016

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… that extra layer of onion again

The VCAT ruing against Capital Alliance’s plans for high-rise in Harbour Town again highlights the bureaucratic planning complexities in Docklands.

06 Dec 2016

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Local resident awarded for saving drowning man

Docklander Kebrasca King was last month awarded for his brave act of saving a drowning man near the Webb Bridge.

06 Dec 2016

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Another rescue

River rescues seemed to the flavour of last month, with another performed at North Wharf on Sunday, November 20.

06 Dec 2016

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Revised plans for Collins Wharf

Lendlease has been forced to amend its plans for apartment towers on Collins Wharf.

06 Dec 2016

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Christmas in Victoria Harbour

Saturday, December 10 is when the Docklands community comes together to celebrate Christmas in Victoria Harbour.

06 Dec 2016

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Make someone’s Christmas

Docklanders can help brighten up Christmas for Melbourne’s marginalised youth thanks to a Yarra’s Edge Social Club initiative.

06 Dec 2016

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Taxi driver assaulted

Police are searching for two men who allegedly attacked a taxi driver in Docklands on Saturday, September 3.

06 Dec 2016

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Harbour Esplanade bike party

Good Cycles’ new bike hub on Harbour Esplanade was launched with a two-wheel-themed party on November 10.

06 Dec 2016

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Village St traffic tension

Village Docklands owners’ corporation (OC) is upset about planned changes to traffic flow on Village St because it says the change will inconvenience residents.

06 Dec 2016

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Watergate ordered to pay costs

The Supreme Court costs court has ordered the Watergate Owner’s Corporation (OC) to pay short-stay operator Paul Salter $133,500 in costs after losing a series of cases.

06 Dec 2016

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Short-stays referred to committee

The Opposition has delayed the second reading of the short-stay accommodation bill by referring it to a parliamentary committee for further scrutiny.

06 Dec 2016

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Another year at the helm for Joh

Johanna Maxwell has been returned as president of the Docklands Chamber of Commerce for a fourth year following the group’s annual general meeting (AGM) on November 10.

06 Dec 2016

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Explanation for new park underutilisation

The City of Melbourne says it is easing Ron Barassi Senior Park into its role as home to inner-city sporting clubs.

06 Dec 2016

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We welcome him, he welcomes us

Docklands is not only getting a new international hotel, it’s getting a new hotel manager who wants to engage with the community.

06 Dec 2016

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Victory for Village Docklands

Collins Square developer Walker Corporation will fund a pool enclosure for apartment tower Village Docklands after many years of negotiation.

06 Dec 2016

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Drive-in movies for Harbour Town

Drive-in cinema comes to Harbour Town on Boxing Day, as part of a new venture by local entrepreneurs The Backlot Studios.

06 Dec 2016

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Docklanders’ claim to fame

Docklands residents have claimed this year’s prize for a photo competition launched by the Blue Knot Foundation.

06 Dec 2016

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New artwork for Docklands

Docklands has a new piece of public art, thanks to the Victoria Point owners’ corporation and Wonderment Walks Victoria.

06 Dec 2016

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Ferry to sail for the next three years

The Docklands to Portarlington ferry has returned and will sail for at least the next three years.

06 Dec 2016

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Toilet paper record attempt

Stacking up toilet paper rolls is much harder than it looks.

06 Dec 2016

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Forge is ‘topped out’

Mirvac last month “topped out” its latest Yarra’s Edge tower, Forge.

06 Dec 2016

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Solar-powered chair to help dental care

Docklands resident Kim Groizard went on a backpacking trip to Cambodia a few years ago, which led her to an idea for a charity to provide portable dental chairs.

06 Dec 2016

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Social Club is building

The Docklands Social Club had a great night out at Platform 28 on November 8 and December’s event is also promising to be a cracker.

06 Dec 2016

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Well done girls

Harmony is the team to watch. This team of 12 girls aged between 10-15 were wonderful on Saturday, November 26 at the National Synchronised Skating championships.

06 Dec 2016

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Get onboard with Alma Doepel

Volunteer with the Alma Doepel Supporters Club and learn new skills.

06 Dec 2016

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Crews back from Hawaii

After an intensive winter training program, Melbourne Outrigger Canoe Club sent two women’s and two men’s crews to contest the Queen Lili’uokalani Canoe Race in Hawaii.

06 Dec 2016

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Move for Movember

The inaugural NAB Corporate Challenge last month encouraged local employees to move with Movember and raise awareness for men’s health.

05 Dec 2016

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