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Amanda’s MAFS experience ends

Married at First Sight star Amanda Micallef has taken aim at her television bride and the show’s producers. Amanda, who left the show last week,...

Art a journey of healing for Melissa Pym

Art has been a lifelong passion for Melissa Pym – and she’s hoping her art will help her healing journey. She was diagnosed in 2014...

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Carols by Candlelight Gisborne and New Gisborne primary schools and a choir will perform at Carols by Candlelight on Sunday, December 10 from 6pm at...

St Albans artist Saidin Salkic shines a spotlight on the unknown

St Albans artist Saidin Salkic wants to shine a light on the unsung artists of the world. The internationally renowned painter and musician has created...

Refugee artist shares gift

Out of pain can come beauty – that is the message Syrian refugee artist Aghiad Al Atassi is sending through his paintings, some of...

West Footscray artist to exhibit at Sunshine’s Brimbank CCC

Artist Judith Leuenberger is captivated by light. Her...

Lego wonders wake the master …

Ever wondered what’s the best job in the world? Chocolate taste tester? Chart topping musician? How about a lighthouse caretaker? Ryan McNaught, 44, might hold...

MY BRIMBANK: Jo Rojas

Deer Park's Jo Rojas was crowned Miss Transsexual Australia in 2015, and has returned this year as an organiser and host of the 2017...

Albanvale writer publishes her third book

Suada Sokolovic can’t put her pen down. The Albanvale writer and poet has just written and published her third book, Fate, in about a...

Melody and rhythm fuse for Taylors Hill musician

Shweta Krishnamurthy is an accountant by day and a musician, who goes by the stage name of Xylo Aria, by night. The 25-year-old Taylors Hill...

Sunshine exhibition blends the spurned and desired

A new exhibition brings together diverse views of our industrial world. Topias II, the work of Sunshine artist Georgie Mattingley, takes in perspectives of the...

Back to the ’90s, via Backstreet Boys

Backstreet’s back in Braybrook, alright? Caroline Chisholm College is going back to the ’90s with its latest stage production, 90s Popstars, featuring a killer pop...

Peter Pan musical set for centre stage at Bacchus Marsh

Here’s to never growing up … not anytime soon. The boy who never grew old, Peter Pan, will be centre stage at Bacchus Marsh theatre...

Reversal of fortunes for The Substation arts venue at Newport

The Substation arts venue at Newport has been awarded $300,000 over four years from the state government through Creative Victoria. It’s a reversal of fortunes...

Brimbank gets mad-for-cow fever with the 1000 Cows project

Brimbank is starting to develop a serious case of mad-for-cow fever. With residents eagerly awaiting September’s release of the man lifting cow installation, by former...

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Sunshine woman has 100,000 reasons to smile

A Sunshine woman aged in her 20s didn't know whether to laugh or cry after she discovered she'd won $100,000 in Monday’s Lucky Lotteries...