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Lifting spirits through music

Local performers are banding together to raise money for the ongoing recovery efforts in the wake of the devastating March bushfires. On Saturday 3 August,...

A jam-packed art event

The Berwick Church of Christ has been a part of the community for 150 years with a desire to honour and thank God, the...

Exhibition of thrills

Melbourne’s underground scene has a new voice in The Thrill Collective, a multicultural trio of creativity and passion. The Thrill Collective comprises three individuals with...

Lee Kernaghan to perform at Bunjil

Thirty-seven time Golden Guitar winner Lee Kernaghan will be performing at Bunjil Place at the end of this year. The artist’s ‘Background Nation’ album...

Students donate fresh produce

Pakenham Secondary College students grew and donated fresh produce to Pakenham charity Four Cs on Wednesday.Students in the environmental science class worked closely with...

Teenagers are set these school holidays

There’s plenty happening around the Cardinia to keep teenagers entertained these school holidays! Open to young people aged 12 to 17 years, council’s Teenage School...

Q and A with Beaconsfield resident and Beaconhills College communications coordinator Leigh Parry…

What is something people don’t know about you? Despite the fact I loathe violence or any form of cruelty, I really like watching a good...

Turn recycled newspapers into bags

For five years Lorraine Schmaman coordinated a great eco-sustainable project in country New South Wales whereby she transformed newspapers into different items requested by...

Quilts made with love

For a number of years the Beaconsfield Quilters have been creating and generously donating handmade quilts for palliative care patients at Casey Hospital. Each quilt...

Sing-along on Sunday

St Andrew’s Berwick Uniting Church is inviting the community join in for the annual Hymn Fest on Sunday 16 June. The church’s first ever Hymn...

Q and A with Star News Group journalist Mitchell Clarke…

What is something people don’t know about you? I hate phone calls - I seriously think I have phone call phobia, yet my job involves...

Grandparents visit children

Nar Nar Goon Primary school celebrated Grandparents’ Day last Tuesday the 21 May. The Foundation classroom which was visited provides an excellent learning environment...

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Racquet at the ready

The future of Australian tennis was seen serving up some serious potential at Kooweerup’s answer to Melbourne Park. With the Australian Open around the...