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A celebration for everyone

A colourful celebration of culture took place at St Peter’s Catholic Primary School last week. The school’s deputy principal Maree McIntosh said it was a...

Colourful brew for Brimbank

Brimbank’s cultural diversity has been celebrated with performances and a pop-up cafe lighting up St Albans. St Albans town centre came alive from March 23...

MY WYNDHAM: Michael Kwon

Singer Michael Kwon and his wife migrated from Mauritius to Australia more than a year ago, before settling in Point Cook.   What brought you to...

Brimbank says welcome

A new campaign designed to celebrate Brimbank’s diversity has been launched ahead of a week of cultural celebrations. The Welcome We Are Brimbank campaign features...

Learning leap looms for Wyndham

Talented weavers from the communities of Burma will showcase their skills as part of the Wyndham Learning Festival. The festival, to be presented by the...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Closing the Gap Wyperfeld Medical Clinic at Taylors Lakes will hold a free Closing the Gap event on March 23 to encourage people to participate...

Arts and culture come together

A new series of cultural leadership workshops comes to Brimbank in March with hopes it will spark an arts boom. The workshops are designed by...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Art exhibitions Two new art exhibitions have opened at the Hunt Club Community Art Centre. Santo Casella’s latest exhibition, Kororoit Creek Landscapes, honors the important...

My Place: Georgie Mattingley

What’s your connection to Sunshine? I moved here in early 2015, so I live here locally now. And I also had a studio pretty much...

Man lifting cow brought to life in Sunshine foundry

It was a Russian film set in the 15th century that inspired Cameron McIndoe to pursue...

Sunshine to host its 17th Lantern Festival on Sunday

More than 2000 LED lanterns, including 1000 animal shaped lights, have arrived in town ahead of Sunday’s Sunshine Lantern Festival. Sunshine Business Association president Carson...

Worlds apart, so much in common

An impromptu lunchtime karaoke session, a staff-versus-students volleyball game and boomerang-making featured during a five-day visit by Chinese students to their sister school, Victoria...

Sunshine rising to be capital of the west

Places of historic and cultural significance could be revived as dedicated performance spaces under a plan to make Sunshine the capital of the west. In...

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Aboriginal flag to fly atop West Gate Bridge

The Aboriginal flag will permanently flyatop the West Gate Bridge, acknowledging its importance as a symbol of unity, identity and resilience for First Peoples...