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World of foods, music

Dandenong Market was abuzz with celebrity chefs, live music and an appetizing spread of hawker foods at World Fare on 17-18 June. Crowds flocked to...

Down the Covid memory lane

While it may not be joyful to walk down the Covid memory lane, Covideo Twenty23 is bringing a twist through laughter. The film festival revisits...

‘Voice’ for shared stories rings true

A new magazine is bringing a new 'voice' for women's stories and issues in the South East. As part of the Empowering Communities grants from...

Beauty of diversity celebrated

A passionate group of artists is aiming to provide a platform for people from CALD backgrounds in arts and culture. Starting as an award-winning project,...

Eid for all at Bunjil Place

Bunjil Place will host its first ‘Hakaya of Bukjeh’, translating to ‘Stories and Gathering’ in Arabic. The event is run by the organisation Bukjeh under...

Getting Away With Murder in the Dandenong Ranges

Author Kerryn Mayne’s debut novel Lenny Marks Gets Away With Murder is set in the base of the Dandenong Ranges, following the protagonist revisiting...

Blessings bestowed for New Year

Wat Buddharangsi temple in Springvale South greeted the Cambodian New Year with three days of feasts of food, prayer, blessings and dance. After months of...

Dining out on cultural respect

Students and staff at Southern Cross Primary School enjoyed a feast of world foods on Wednesday 22 March. The event was to mark the International...

Masses of joy at Nawroz

The famous Nawroz Festival saw a huge turn-out as always on Sunday 19 March in Dandenong Park. President of VAAN Nazir Yousafi said the event...

Holi Hai’s festival of colours

South-east communities had a taste of India and its culture at the famous Holi festival celebrations in Dandenong Park on Sunday March 12. Australian Indian...

Q and A with Berwick filmmaker Gabriel Carrubba

Tell us a fun fact about yourself! When I was a child I had dreams of playing AFL for the Hawthorn Football Club. What do you love about filmmaking? For...

Chay Khanna brews belonging

Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre (SMRC) and Better Place Australia have partnered to support migrant and refugees wellbeing in the South-East. Together, they’ve initiated ‘Chay...

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Distancing from a dark place

Stephanie Lee Cutting is making up for lost time and it appears no-one will stand in her way. The Clyde local and former Berwick and...