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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 - March 2017

Council struggling to deliver events

The $500,000 worth of events designed to compensate Docklands for last year’s loss of marketing organisation Destination Docklands are proving difficult to deliver.

28 Feb 2017

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Okay, okay! It was a DUCK!

Thanks to everyone who got in touch to let us know that our front page “cygnet” was, in fact, a duckling.

28 Feb 2017

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River committee appointed

The long-awaited, but likely ineffectual, Lower Yarra River Advisory Committee has been appointed.

28 Feb 2017

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Some big names coming to Docklands

Docklands Studios will welcome some big names in the global film scene this year, when shootings for international and local productions like “Stem” and “Winchester” will take place.

28 Feb 2017

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Frame Melbourne

Lendlease has teamed up with RMIT’s school of architecture and design to create a construction site hoarding with a difference.

28 Feb 2017

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Temporary closure for hotel

The Harbour Town Hotel has closed for seven months to allow building works associated with adjacent new cinemas.

28 Feb 2017

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Local businesses lend a helping hand

Not-for-profit organisation Olive Kids will hold its annual fundraising dinner on March 19 at Peninsula on Central Pier for the ninth year in a row.

28 Feb 2017

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Pressure is on for a secondary school too

By next month, Docklanders should know the location of their new state primary school, but lobby group City Schools 4 City Kids is keeping up its pressure for a local secondary school too.

28 Feb 2017

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Where is the real power at Town Hall?

There is a great misconception out there that councillors hold the power at City of Melbourne. Alas, truth be told, it is the officers who are really in control.

28 Feb 2017

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Social Club is building

The next Dockland Social Club event will be on Tuesday, March 14 at Groove Train on the river side of the ANZ Centre in Victoria Harbour.

28 Feb 2017

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Home-away-from-home dinner hits the spot

Local international students gathered in Docklands for a home-away-from-home dinner last month as part of the Chinese New Year Melbourne Festival.

28 Feb 2017

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Plans for old shed on track

Parkour, bouldering, skating, BMX polo, food trucks and multi-purpose courts are leading contenders for the temporary urban recreation space planned for part of the Bolte Precinct West site in Docklands.

28 Feb 2017

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Lees cut ties with WTC

The Lee family has sold its interest in the World Trade Centre, but remains involved in Northbank with its development of Shed 5.

28 Feb 2017

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Susan Riley favoured to return

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has overturned a magistrate’s decision, potentially paving the way for a return to Melbourne City Council of former Team Doyle councillor Susan Riley.

28 Feb 2017

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How to get rid of the racers?

Ever wonder why some commuting cyclists peel off the Capital City Trail and roar up and down the thundering boards of NewQuay Promenade?

28 Feb 2017

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Views sought on distributor

Social scientific researcher Dr Crystal Legacy wants to hear from Docklanders with views about the proposed Western Distributor project.

28 Feb 2017

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Doggies big day out

Docklands’ dog-owner community will converge at Library at the Dock with their four-pawed best friends to celebrate Neighbour Day on March 26.

28 Feb 2017

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Look who’s here

Captain Jack Sparrow (aka Joe Ansalvish) last month dropped into Docklands’ tall ship Enterprize to publicise some upcoming gigs.

28 Feb 2017

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Crawl and Bite at Vic Harbour

The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival will bring its popular Crawl ‘n’ Bite series to Victoria Harbour at the end of March.

28 Feb 2017

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Float Alma in 2017

The Alma Doepel Restoration Project has reached the final stage in the restoration of Alma’s hull prior to returning her to the water.

28 Feb 2017

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More offices occupied in Docklands

Docklands’ office vacancy rate is among the lowest in Melbourne, a sign of strong employment and economic growth.

28 Feb 2017

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Local “superhero” has a bright future

Docklands has its very own Thor to save the day.

28 Feb 2017

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Bunjil is on the move

Bunjil will soon be on the move, but he’s not going far.

28 Feb 2017

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Rising dragon-boating star

Ballarat Year 12 student Craig Hagan first started dragon boating at the age of 12 and has been addicted to the sport ever since.

28 Feb 2017

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Docklands’ very own cinema

Many Docklanders may not realise that we already have a cinema. It happens once a month on a Sunday afternoon at Library at the Dock and is far from mainstream.

28 Feb 2017

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Trees continue to die

Norfolk Island Pines, it appears, are dying faster than the City of Melbourne can replace them.

28 Feb 2017

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Council rating windfall

The City of Melbourne is to collect an extra $2.3 million in rates from the Port of Melbourne following a revaluation of the port.

28 Feb 2017

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Seeking solutions to water shortages

Was it an arts event? A conference? A hackathon or maybe a think tank?

28 Feb 2017

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Kiosk almost ready

It’s been completed and idle for months, but the City of Melbourne says the new kiosk on the corner of Bourke St and Harbour Esplanade is almost ready for business.

28 Feb 2017

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Vale Denis Setches

It was a who’s who of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) on February 10 when more than 300 mourners gathered at Ringwood to celebrate the life of popular Docklander Denis Setches, who died on February 4.

27 Feb 2017

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