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Band on the rise

Band Scarlet Chaser is set to release a new album later this year. The group is made up of Tim Shaw, Andy Medancic and Gavin...

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...

Art support for wildlife

A new exhibition in Bacchus Marsh aims to highlight the important work of local wildlife warriors in the region. The Nature ... Wild exhibition will...

Drawn from experience

It’s been a long journey for ceramic artist Ri Van Veen, and her latest exhibition is a showcase of that. Van Veen opened her retrospective...

Designs on sculpture

Staughton College art students have been building their way to success, with a resident artist joining the school recently. Sculptor Ben Taranto spent a week...

Characters come to life

Rockbank Primary pupils showed their creative side last week as they bought their favourite book characters to life. As part of Book Week celebrations, pupils...

High flyers on show

Taking a break from their usual school production, Hillside’s Parkwood Green Primary School pupils are putting themselves on the state stage. A dozen pupils from...

A different take on an old classic

A new twist on a familiar tale is what Staughton College is promising as it gears up for its annual school production. While the tale...

It’s the one that you want

It may be the depths of winter, but Bacchus Marsh is preparing for some Summer Nights as the new production of Grease hits town...

Melton tales to be told

Storytellers are being encouraged to put pen to paper this month for Melton council’s short story competition. The competition, which includes categories for juniors, teenagers...

Master of his craft

John McAleer may not be an avid watcher of MasterChef, but there’s still a little bit of him in every episode. The Melton jeweller has...

Got that country feel

Kurunjang country singer Kerryn Fields has always had music coursing through her body. After growing up in New Zealand listening to her parents vinyl records,...

All keen to be green

Catholic Regional College Melton is going green this week, with the opening of their school production of Little Shop of Horrors. The classic musical about...

Finding hidden treasure

The secret history of a convict who married a beloved Melton icon has been penned, shedding new light on a famous name. Author John Watts...

Magic comes to Melton

Get ready for a whole new world of entertainment, when Melton Christian College stages its production of Aladdin Jnr this month. Following in the footsteps...

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MARC top of funding wish list

Moorabool council is calling the federal government commit funding in the federal budget to help build the rest of the Moorabool Aquatic and Recreation...