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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

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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 - September 2013

Deals won’t be revealed

The City of Melbourne is pushing for the public disclosure of Docklands developer agreements but they are unlikely to be revealed.

03 Sep 2013

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Community precinct underway

The $63 million Victoria Harbour community precinct is taking shape, with the last piece of timber placed on the library last month, marking its structural completion.

03 Sep 2013

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Lend Lease has success in court

The State Government may have to repay over $2.4 million to Lend Lease after the Victoria Harbour developer successfully appealed the way the State Revenue Office calculates stamp duty.

03 Sep 2013

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Some wheely good news

The first of the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel cabins was installed last month, prompting hope that news of an opening date might not be far away.

03 Sep 2013

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Take your place at the table

The Docklands Networking Lunch is fast approaching so you had better get in quick if you want to secure a seat.

03 Sep 2013

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Fashion revolution hits the piazza

A new social enterprise in the NewQuay Piazza will offer pre-loved designer clothes at discount prices while helping young people break the cycle of long-term unemployment.

03 Sep 2013

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Two schools are better than none

Docklands may get its own public primary school as well as a privately-operated one.

03 Sep 2013

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Chamber AGM next month

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce is likely to hold its annual general meeting on Wednesday, October 30.

03 Sep 2013

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Docklands is an electoral challenge

Federal election candidates for the seat of Melbourne say campaigning in Docklands is more difficult than in other areas in the electorate.

03 Sep 2013

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Hortus is finally here

The long-awaited Harbour Esplanade glasshouse will soon open to the public.

03 Sep 2013

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Destination Docklands unveils plans

Destination Docklands has revealed its marketing and events program for the next year.

03 Sep 2013

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Ending the cycle

A unique social enterprise offering mobile bicycle maintenance and support for people experiencing disadvantage has opened a workshop in Docklands.

03 Sep 2013

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Community planting day

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a green thumb then a planting day at the Docklands Community Garden this month is the perfect opportunity to get your hands dirty.

03 Sep 2013

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Building manager charged with assault

Former Conder building manager Ross Cartwright has been charged with assault and burglary after police were called to the building last month.

03 Sep 2013

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No cancellation compensation

The City of Melbourne will not extend the Friday night fireworks despite cancelling a third of the scheduled events due to safety concerns.

03 Sep 2013

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Local regatta postponed

The Docklands Regatta, which was scheduled to take place this month, has been postponed.

03 Sep 2013

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Docklands flash mob

Docklands charity The Big Umbrella last month staged a flash mob as a one-year celebration of its Study 4 Change program.

03 Sep 2013

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Get ready to laugh out loud

The Docklands Arts, Laughs and Blues Festival will fill Docklands with music, comedy and cabaret next month.

03 Sep 2013

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Collins Square redesign

Walker Corporation has revealed an artist’s impression of the redesign of a tower in its Collins Square project.

03 Sep 2013

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Channel tunes in

Open Channel’s new training facility at Docklands Studios was officially opened last month.

03 Sep 2013

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ACE keeps pace

The donation of a new motorcycle will help the Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) in Docklands continue to train students in the latest technology.

03 Sep 2013

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New program calls for the young at heart

Senior Docklands residents are invited to join an intergenerational program starting at The Hub next month.

03 Sep 2013

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Lunchtime music

Musicians Chris Taylor and Jen Land entertained the lunchtime crowd at the August Lunchbox session at The Hub on August 8.

03 Sep 2013

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Five teams fighting for four spots

With the ice hockey play offs only a few weeks away, five teams are fighting for the top four spots and it seems as though the Mustangs’ brilliant season is going to fall just short of success.

03 Sep 2013

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Doyle sinks Docklands ferry pledge

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle has backed down from a pledge to commit $500,000 to a Docklands ferry trial and has pointed the finger at local stakeholders for letting him off the hook.

02 Sep 2013

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Brian is a man with a plan

For Brian Herlihy one the best parts about working for a major developer is seeing a project materialise.

02 Sep 2013

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Monitors reveal local hot spots

Despite Docklands’ commuter traffic doubling in the past four years, NewQuay hasn’t experienced a rise in pedestrians.

02 Sep 2013

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Soup Kitchen with a ReaL difference

Docklands-based charity The Big Umbrella says it is not the action of providing a meal that inspires it to feed Melbourne’s marginalised communities.

02 Sep 2013

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Docklands inspires

Docklands was the creative inspiration behind over 120 entries in Destination Docklands’ “Shades of Winter” photography competition.

01 Sep 2013

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