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Balliang East pupils get active in April

Staff and pupils at Balliang East primary school are getting ready to tie up their runners, drop the electronics and get moving during April. School...

Learning to be water wise starts at school

The courtyard at Pentland Primary School is being transformed by the wonders of water. Western Water’s Schools Water Efficiency Program, sponsored by the state government,...

Kurunjang Secondary College turns 30

Change has been more than just a revolution from blackboard to computer screen since Kurunjang Secondary College opened 30 years ago. From design of the...

Breakfast, friends and fun at school

Katherine, 8, Ravjeet, 11, and Chloe, 9, love a big bowl of cereal in the mornings. Adding friends, giggles and happy chats makes for...

Back to school reminder

After weeks of summer holiday fun, Melton and Moorabool students have returned to school. The first day back was filled with fun stories to tell...

City of Melton in ‘desperate need of new schools’

Almost 650 new classrooms will be needed over the next decade to cater to Melton’s rapidly growing population, new research has warned. Student numbers in...

Colourful delights at Melton Specialist School

A drab school corner has been transformed into a colourful space full of edible delights for Melton Specialist School students. Thanks to a $900 grant...

Kurunjang students pushed through their limits

Combine enthusiastic teens, mountain biking, enduring obstacles and a fun, wet environment. The result? Students battling it out in the recent state cyclocross championships, which tried...

‘Round the world at Melton South

Argene, Ruby, Anahita and Rihya have just been around the world, figuratively, after tasting exotic cuisine and celebrating cultural festivals last week. Melton South Primary...

Melton girls power to rugby championship

At Melton Secondary College, there is such a thing as girl power. The junior girls rugby team won last month’s state championship, much to the...

A fete better than study at Melton South

School is winding down for the year, and Melton South Primary School pupils let loose at their annual school fete last week. Pupils and their...

Bacchus Marsh Grammar forced to downsize plans

Bigger doesn’t mean better for a group of Staughton Vale residents, who have won their campaign to downsize plans for a school in their...

Staughton College takes a stand against violence

Staughton College students are sending a loud and clear message to their community: there’s no room for violence. As part of Community West’s Love Bites...

Kurunjang year 10s show who’s boss

At Kurunjang Secondary College, the year 10s are boss. Twenty-four students wore their entrepreneurial caps throughout term 3 by setting up a lunchtime milkshake stall. The...

Myrniong primary school pupils walk the planks

Myrniong Primary School pupils have been sailing the high seas since the addition of a pirate ship playground. Scott Fisher, father of one pupil, volunteered...

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Police focus on Elder Abuse

Police are urging Victorians, including those in Melton and Moorabool, that know or suspect an older person is being abused are being urged to...

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