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Creatures great and small

Horses and ponies, the great and small, were on show at the 21st annual Scottish Heritage Day at Dandenong Showgrounds on Sunday 26 May. Minnie,...

Changing the perception of insects through quilting

Menzies Creek crafter Bree Thomas has been an “artsy” person for as long as she can remember. Growing up she watched her mother knit, crochet...

Decades of work on display

The hills are full of artists and creative, but there is few living today with such a pedigree as Gembrook local John Krzywokulski. The...

Snapshots of an alien time

A Covid lockdown family project unlocked a poignant ‘Rocketgirl’ adventure for Andrew Rovenko and his 4-year-old daughter Mia. Craft was one of the family’s most...

Spotlight on shelter’s unpopular pack

A ‘pity party’ is being held for a Keysborough animal shelter’s senior residents who have been in long wait for a new home. Australian Animal...

Playing for laughs – and heckles

Tom Gleeson will be bringing his comedic talents to Narre Warren for a first-time performance at Bunjil Place on Thursday 7 December. His new...

Headmasters of rock ‘n’ roll

The click, pop and hum of a PA system starting up is soon joined by the sound of guitars tuning, drumbeats and scales on...

Tales of the dead unearthed

In something of a paradox, touring a cemetery can really bring history to life. More than 30 tales of early settlers in the South East...

Beauty of age, connection

The culmination of 17 wordsmiths’ work has been unveiled in a new exhibition, combining the two artforms of poetry and photography. Poetic Portraits brought...

Work to lasting peace

The overriding principle facing the world community, whatever their nation, religion, or ethnic origin, is that of laying the foundations of a global society...

Q and A with Eastern Victoria MP Renee Heath

Tell us a fun fact about yourself! So, I just called my younger sister and my lifelong best friend and asked for their help on...

Book Week feature: Tarryn Gourley and Maddy Bourke, teachers at Bayles Regional Primary School

What is the first book you remember reading? Tarryn: Fox in Socks by Dr Seuss. Maddy: Hairy Maclary by Lynley Dodd. What book or series do...

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Paddy’s Kitchen calls for donations

Paddy’s kitchen has been serving the Pakenham community for almost eight years, providing about 80-100 meals every Sunday of the year. The kitchen supports local...

Farm house rejected