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Music program on track

A course aimed at giving students an insight into the music industry returned to St Albans for an encore performance over the school holidays. On...

Music journey starts early

At just 12 years old, Kristina Bogic has released her first single. The young Point Cook resident said that she started singing at the age...

My Brimbank: Jozsef Tallosi’s

Jozsef Tallosi's music rings out through the halls of Sunshine and Footscray hospitals, giving a lift to patients and staff alike. He spoke to...

Firebrace’s X-factor hits St Albans

An internationally acclaimed artist will perform an intimate show at St Albans’ Bowery Theatre this weekend. Isaiah Firebrace, winner of the eighth season of The...

Big rap for a music hit

A crew of Brimbank students has struck a chord through a school holiday program with a difference. St Albans Secondary College hosted On Track, a...

Mofiz is hitting the right note

Mofiz Ul Haq is passionate about being creative, making music and volunteering in the west. The 22-year-old Sunshine resident, who is studying a bachelor of...

Big rap for young voices

Brimbank schools have been fully in tune with a music workshop with a powerful message. A Voice for Change utilises music and sport, including chart-topping...

Murray’s mission for life

A Sydney man and his guitar have arrived in Brimbank as part of a three-year mission to raise funds for Lifeline. Murray Mandel left Canberra...

Island dreaming at Pasifika concert

Students from Wyndham Central College in Werribee will showcase their Pasifika culture at a concert this weekend. The My Island Dream (MID2018) performance will be...

One enchanted evening

A Brimbank local is hoping to take audiences on a musical adventure that could change a child’s life. Sunshine’s Jagdeep Shergill, a lawyer by trade,...

Street beats unleashed

The Sunshine Street Band is running jam sessions – and everyone is invited. The band will offer two free drumming workshops at the St Albans...

Ninety years strong

As Sunshine has rapidly evolved over the years, one thing has remained a constant. The Sunshine Brass Band was formed on Tuesday, June 26 1928...

My Brimbank: Patricia Troisi

What’s your connection to Brimbank?   I grew up in St Albans and then moved to Keilor Downs and that’s where my family home is. I...

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...

Kisses not going quietly

An up-and-coming Keilor Park hip hop artist has turned online hate into art. Nina Lee Kisses released her first song, 100s in LA, on major...

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Growing a more conscious farming future

A Keilor not-for-profit organisation is striving to create the next generation of sustainable farmers with a focus on stewarding lands and caring for community,...

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