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Teaching the write stuff

Neill Jones has already left a strong imprint on the Melton community, and he’s ensuring an even longer legacy with his series of junior...

Book in some fun

Melton libraries are being celebrated. The statewide Libraries Change Lives campaign is aimed at raising awareness of events, collections and programs at Victorian libraries, and...

Moorabool’s festival of words

Bookworms, literary geniuses and famous authors will descend on Bacchus Marsh this weekend. The inaugural Moorabool Festival of Stories will showcase the shire’s “rich storytelling...

Books bring out the best

James Quinn loves a good book, and mum Melissa is doing all she can to instill in the 22-month-old a lifelong love of books,...

Moorabool bookworms wrap it up

Have you been spending the summer break reading good books and relaxing? Moorabool council is inviting bookworms to celebrate the great reading they’ve done at...

19th century children’s books on display

Mavis Blackie has been collecting children’s books for the past five decades. While she finds it hard to pick a favourite, Beatrix Potter’s books are...

Library trolleys fill a recess

When a Gisborne carpenter donated a mobile library to Melton South Primary School last year, pupils and teachers unleashed their creativity. What better way to...

Melton South pupils get creative

Sapphire and Joshua are young authors … and they’ve put themselves in print to prove it. The Melton South Primary School first grade pupils created...

Melton woman’s journey to book-writing

For almost three years, Sue Buckingham dismissed an “inside voice” urging her to write a book. But as the voice got stronger, she found it...

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Georgies out

Caroline Springs George Cross’ Australia Cup campaign came to an end on Wednesday night. The team was aiming to win through to the national stage...

Criminal age lifted