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10 years on

Yarra’s Edge is at last reconnected with the city
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update

Mental health during times of COVID-19
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Docklander

Learning to fend in a foreign city
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Docklands Secrets

Conflicting speeds
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Chinese

商场开发计划 需要更多改进
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Critic

A vote for uncertainty
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Owners' Corporation Management

The top three benefits of virtual owners’ corporation meetings
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Fashion

Top five street style trends
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Health and Wellbeing

Get “Back on Track” this World Spine Day
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Letters

Docklands images
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History

A fleeting glance
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Housing All Australians

Housing vulnerable Australians means making tough choices
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Business

LivMate: the new technology helping a post-COVID Docklands
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Maritime

Opening up Melbourne’s waterways
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Pets Corner

Ty the adorable rescue
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SkyPad Living

Making residential living a council election priority
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Precinct Perspectives

Reactivating NewQuay will require a team effort
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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

Short-stays will endanger COVID recovery
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Abby's Angle

Learning forgiveness through lockdown
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Editions
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Edition - May 2017

Work has started on primary school

Docklanders rejoice! After years of lobbying, the site for Docklands’ very own primary school has finally been announced and preliminary work is underway.

05 May 2017

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Central Pier under the microscope

Work starts this month to assess the failing condition of Central Pier to work out how much money will be needed to preserve it.

05 May 2017

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New name for Places

Places Victoria has merged with Major Projects Victoria to become Development Victoria (DV).

05 May 2017

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Who is mystery man?

Who is the Docklands’ Steam Train?

05 May 2017

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West Gate Tunnel updated

The proposed West Gate Tunnel project, formerly known as the Western Distributor, has emerged with new designs and appointed constructors.

05 May 2017

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Regular river commuter ferry service is still being ignored

The Yarra River commuter ferry service centred on the CBD and Docklands is still at the proposal stage with no progress made in four years.

05 May 2017

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Traditional culture on modern stage

Docklands resident Jacob Boehme has an exciting job.

05 May 2017

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Heritage wall restored

The first stage of the restorations works on the heritage-listed wall in Melbourne Quarter will be completed by May 10.

05 May 2017

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Networking Lunch is back

The Docklands Networking Lunch returns on Friday, June 16 at Etihad Stadium.

05 May 2017

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Workshopping the future

The ANZ Bank held a robotics workshop for the children of its employees at its Docklands Academy last month.

05 May 2017

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Social Club

The Docklands Social Club returns to Platform 28 in Bourke St, on Tuesday, May 9.

05 May 2017

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Ride to commemorate

CBD resident Marisa Crowe and her husband Cameron spent 10 days riding from Docklands to Sydney to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Ms Crowe’s younger brother’s death.

05 May 2017

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Etihad Stadium gets a facelift

Ever since the Australian Football League (AFL) took ownership of Etihad Stadium last October, changes have been taking place at this 17-year-old stadium.

05 May 2017

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Changing lives via youth sail training

Today’s world is a complex and confronting place especially for young people. Youth programs on Docklands’ Alma Doepel are needed today more than ever.

05 May 2017

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Residents could rule at town hall

Residential interests may dominate the next Melbourne City Council if the Coalition wins the 2018 state election.

05 May 2017

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Plans for Docklands winter activation

Docklands will welcome two festivals to activate its waterfront in winter.

04 May 2017

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A full financial history of the QVM investment

As we await Planning Minister Wynne’s decision on Queen Victoria Market (QVM) planning controls, it is worth revisiting the full financial history of the City of Melbourne’s biggest ever investment.

04 May 2017

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New home for IOU

One of Docklands’ most notable artworks, the IOU sculpture, is moving to Water Plaza on Victoria Harbour Promenade.

04 May 2017

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Sunday Streets

The City of Melbourne is organising a community activity next to Cow Up A Tree from 9am to 12pm on May 21.

04 May 2017

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Training gets Docklanders moving

Docklands residents and workers can join a free community fitness training program called Live Life Get Active every weekday morning at 6.30am at Yarra’s Edge.

04 May 2017

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CyberGym comes to Docklands

Israel’s cyber-security leader, CyberGym, last month relocated its global headquarters to the Goods Shed in Docklands.

04 May 2017

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Letters share human connection

Library at The Dock last month held a unique exhibition of letters written by Melbourne’s homeless people.

04 May 2017

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Victoria Harbour retail offering is stronger

Docklands’ retail scene has welcomed some new faces with a few boutique businesses recently opening up in Victoria Harbour.

04 May 2017

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Running for kids

The Bolte Bridge was temporary closed when runners raced across the bridge as part of the 14.6km course of the CityLink Run for the Kids program on April 9.

04 May 2017

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We’re on the road to nowhere

With every new Western Distributor (now called West Gate Tunnel) map, it is becoming clearer and clearer that Docklands is to become a dumping ground for traffic.

03 May 2017

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Pedestrian bridge to go

Asset 1, owner of the World Trade Centre (WTC) building, wants to demolish the pedestrian bridge that connects WTC with the Melbourne Quarter site.

03 May 2017

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Production boom at Docklands Studios

Docklands Studios had one of its busiest periods ever in April, with all five soundstages occupied by local and international productions.

03 May 2017

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