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Healthy tummies help healthy minds

The age old saying ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’ has ensured many children stay healthy and strong with a nutritious, balanced...

Cooking … Macadamia nut pavlova with mango and passionfruit

15 MIN PREP TIME 1.5 HOURS COOK TIME SERVES 12 PEOPLE 15g NUTS PER SERVE Ingredients For the pavlova · 5 egg whites (175g) · 225g sugar · 1 tsp lemon juice or white wine...

World food sizzles on summer nights

The Dandenong Market ‘World Fare at Night’ returns this January offering a vibrant hub of culinary activity and entertainment. Running over three consecutive Thursdays...

Bunjil Place showcasing multicultural filmmakers

Australia’s only multicultural film festival returns to Bunjil Place this weekend, once again delivering a stellar line up of short films from some of...

Celebration in the heart of Dandenong

Black Rhinos basketball team reached spectacular heights with a dazzling display of African culture in the heart of Dandenong. In a thrilling exhibition on Sunday...

Impact for good

Community Impact Award The Bridge Inc. Award Sponsor- Star Journal After more than 50 years of providing change for the disadvantaged across Victoria, The Bridge has bagged...

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...

Students bring culture to Bunjil stage

Students from across the South East have showcased their cultures in spectacular concerts at Bunjil Place theatre. The annual 4C’s (Cultivating Creative Cultures with Communities)...

Long line for falooda

Residents across the South East enjoyed fresh falooda on a sunny day at an Agha Juice grand opening in Cranbourne. More than 1,200 people enjoyed...

Joy fills Doveton hall

It was 25 years since an array of multicultural seniors groups came together to manage John Pandazopoulos Hall in Doveton. And the resultant committee of...

Giving food and prayer at Buddhist festival

Thousands of worshippers packed the Wot Buddhasangi temple in Springvale South for the annual Pchum Ben festival in Saturday 14 October. During the ceremonies, prayers...

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...

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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...