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10 years on Image

10 years on

Bargain hunters descend on Docklands
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Away from the desk Image

Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Chamber update Image

Chamber update

Bricks and Clicks – David Koch
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Docklander

Helping future generations tackle waste
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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

Women’s Health Week is here
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Letters

Get rid of it
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New Businesses

Fear of the dentist? Fear not!
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Owners Corporation Law

Refund stamp duty to those affected by flammable cladding
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Pets Corner

A Docklands duo
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Precinct Perspectives

A day in the life of Victoria Harbour
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SkyPad Living

Vertical living style
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Street Art

Goodbye from Blender Studios
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The District

The District Docklands in 24 hours
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We Live Here

Small print shrinks state cladding fund
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

We have to do better than this
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Edition - May 2019

Docklands is booming

There are more people than ever in Docklands.

30 Apr 2019

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Neighbour Day

On Sunday, March 31, 300 locals came together to celebrate Neighbour Day, connecting with local retailers and organisations in our community.

30 Apr 2019

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Proxy farming tackled in new Bill

The state government has moved to close loopholes which render owners’ corporations (OCs) vulnerable to takeover by limiting “proxy farming”.

30 Apr 2019

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Paddle Against Plastic

Environmental group Ocean Crusaders is back in Docklands on June 2 to clean up Moonee Ponds Creek.

30 Apr 2019

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Run a marathon for breast cancer

The Yarra’s Edge Progressive Marathon returns to Docklands this May for its second consecutive year.

30 Apr 2019

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Charter operator feeling squeezed

After 13 years, the Melbourne Show Boat, “Lady Cutler”, owner Jeff Gordon says he’s being forced out of Docklands’ waterways.

30 Apr 2019

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Fake Uber Eats thieves

Melbourne Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public assistance following a burglary in Docklands on March 4.

30 Apr 2019

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Seven candidates to choose from

On May 18 Docklands voters have seven candidates to choose between to represent them in the House of Representatives in the next federal parliament.

30 Apr 2019

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Port of Melbourne moves in

The headquarters of Australasia’s largest port will join some of Australia’s most recognisable brands when it moves its operations to Victoria Harbour.

30 Apr 2019

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Council answers call for new toilet

A new public toilet will be installed at the corner of Harbour Esplanade and NewQuay promenade, answering the calls of local traders and customers.

30 Apr 2019

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Chinese beauty on display

The Victorian section of the 2019 Miss Australia Chinese Pageant was launched in Docklands on April 12.

30 Apr 2019

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Eye to eye with a fishmonger

Chinese diners have a keen appreciation of seafood and the Australian industry has been adapting to the demands.

30 Apr 2019

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Low-flying chopper

Yarra’s Edge residents didn’t have to be particularly alert to spot this low-flying chopper at 10am on April 14.

30 Apr 2019

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Docklands’ lake and shanty town

David Sornig, author of “Blue Lake”, said it was growing up in the western suburbs of Melbourne that led to an obsession with a corner of Docklands, right on the western edge of the city centre.

30 Apr 2019

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New home for charity, Miei Fiori

Collins Square has welcomed a new social enterprise, floral concept store Miei Fiori, to its Village St undercroft.

30 Apr 2019

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Poignant art from prison

Paintings are a way for indigenous artists to connect with their cultures by using traditional symbols and methods to represent lost pasts.

30 Apr 2019

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Gowrie artwork hoarding

Children from the Gowrie Child Care Centre in Docklands have contributed their drawings to a new artwork gallery on a 25-metre long hoarding behind No. 1 Collins Wharf.

30 Apr 2019

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School is underway

Construction has started on Docklands’ primary school and it is expected to open in 2021.

30 Apr 2019

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Charity event runs into trouble

The April 7 Run for the Kids brought plenty of welcomed visitors to Docklands, but some residents were blindsided by unexpected inconvenience.

30 Apr 2019

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How does your garden grow?

We now have 85 registered volunteers who regularly donate their time to work in the Docklands Community Garden.

30 Apr 2019

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Tourists love our art

The largest number of international downloads of the Harbourside Docklands Art Trail app are from China.

30 Apr 2019

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The riverkeeper’s call to arms

Yarra Riverkeeper Andrew Kelly has called on residents of the Docklands to continue to embrace the Yarra River.

30 Apr 2019

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A colourful gift for Malawi

container painted in a freeform modernist style left Docklands last month with large African portraits to guide it on its way across the world.

30 Apr 2019

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Container lights up Docklands

A shipping container turned public mural provided a welcome addition of colour to Harbour Esplanade in April.

30 Apr 2019

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A tankerman on leave

Ports were once dangerous places and seafarers were away from their families for 10 months at a time so a little bit of Christian attention didn’t go astray.

30 Apr 2019

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Kangan Institute hosts Global Skills Challenge

Docklands’ Kangan Institute was one of a select few Victorian TAFE institutes to host the 2019 Global Skills Challenge at the start of April.

30 Apr 2019

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How amazing is that!

The “Illusionaire Magic” show runs like clock work every Saturday at 7.30pm at the Mission to Seafarers in Flinders St, Docklands.

30 Apr 2019

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E-Gate activity

Locals may have noticed site preparation works at E-Gate alongside Footscray Rd.

30 Apr 2019

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Docklands is Beautiful