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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 - May 2013

Art brings life to NewQuay

A new public artwork is hoped to help kick-start the reinvigoration of NewQuay West.

30 Apr 2013

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Plan moves in the right direction

Docklands will receive a $36 million investment into transport infrastructure, according to a plan released by Places Victoria and City of Melbourne last month.

30 Apr 2013

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Lawyers explain Watergate

The team of lawyers who represented the Watergate Owner’s Corporation (OC) during the Building Appeals Board serviced apartment case held a public briefing on the implications of the decision last month.

30 Apr 2013

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Hub horticultural happenings

Head down to The Hub this month and learn some handy gardening tips for apartment living.

30 Apr 2013

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Super soup in Docklands

Docklands was treated to a gourmet soup lunch last month when Feed Melbourne set up shop on Harbour Esplanade.

30 Apr 2013

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Holiday fun in Docklands

Docklands was a hive of activity over the Easter school holidays.

30 Apr 2013

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Clive heads for a new destination

Clive Dwyer has resigned as Destination Docklands chair after less than seven months in the role.

30 Apr 2013

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Fuel leaks into harbour

About 500 litres of diesel fuel was spilt across Harbour Esplanade last month, with some of the fuel making its way into the harbour.

30 Apr 2013

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Abandoned suitcase prompts lockdown

An unattended suitcase prompted police to close part of Harbour Esplanade for over three hours last month.

30 Apr 2013

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Hub site zoned for community

The Docklands Hub site will continue to be used by the community even after its current activities move to a new site.

30 Apr 2013

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North Wharf inspires art

For artist Maggie Cowling there’s a sense of romanticism about North Wharf.

30 Apr 2013

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Survey defines river hazard

A Parks Victoria survey has found that the Yarra River is less than three-metres deep at some points near Yarra’s Edge.

30 Apr 2013

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Building approval anticipated

Planning Minister Matthew Guy is expected to soon approve two more of the buildings featured in MAB’s NewQuay Central masterplan.

30 Apr 2013

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Docklanders take to share bikes

Docklands is truly a cycling suburb, with one of the highest take-ups of share bikes in Melbourne.

30 Apr 2013

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Renewal rolls on

Docklands Spaces continues to grow with a third project moving into the NewQuay Piazza last month.

30 Apr 2013

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Hope for Hortus

The Harbour Esplanade glasshouse will not open in autumn as expected but construction is hoped to start by mid-year.

30 Apr 2013

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Wharves fenced off

Places Victoria has fenced off wharves along Harbour Esplanade in preparation for planned rectification works.

30 Apr 2013

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Parker the postie

Over the past 10 years, local postie Parker Maloney has seen Docklands emerge from the ground.

30 Apr 2013

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Good real estate news

Docklands’ real estate market could get a boost with Victorian first home buyers set to receive an extra $3000 when they buy a newly-built home.

30 Apr 2013

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Baby boom

Yarra’s Edge experienced a baby boom in February with the arrival of two new lads.

29 Apr 2013

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Management shuffle

Places Victoria’s senior leadership team has been restructured under new CEO Peter Seamer.

29 Apr 2013

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Winter is on its way

With just a month of autumn left, winter is starting to close in and it’s beginning to get a little chilly in Docklands.

29 Apr 2013

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Paddlers compete

Docklands-based dragon boat teams have battled it out for victory at two racing events over the past month.

29 Apr 2013

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Networking lunch approaching

The June Docklands News Networking lunch is fast approaching so you’d better get in quick if you want to secure your place.

29 Apr 2013

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Rising returns to Victoria Harbour

A unique temporary public art exhibition will return to Victoria Harbour this month.

29 Apr 2013

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Ice hockey scores Foxtel deal

Docklands’ Icehouse is about to become more well-known throughout Australia, thanks to a new TV deal between the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL) and Fox Sports.

29 Apr 2013

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Happy to see Docklands

Yarra’s Edge was a sight for sore eyes (and a relief for sore legs and arms) for competitors competing in the Marysville to Melbourne challenge last month.

29 Apr 2013

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Short stay operators fight on

Docklands Executive Apartments operator Paul Salter is fighting a “weak” decision of the Building Appeals Board (BAB) and is confident of winning in the Supreme Court.

29 Apr 2013

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Places Victoria back on track

Places Victoria CEO Peter Seamer aims to put the embattled organisation back on a more positive footing during his six-month term.

29 Apr 2013

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