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‘The Koalas’ hits the Hills and Valley

Winding its way throughout the nation, a new film raising awareness and invoking a new perspective on koala conservation has reached the screens of...

Bold colours and great start for young artist

A young Monbulk resident has made a solid milestone as an emerging artist, painting a giant vivid desert dreamscape for a client. Fern Harris...

Celtic crew flock to Folk Fest

Musicians, dancers and Celtic enthusiasts headed for the frosty shores of Portarlington over the recent long weekend to play for the annual National Celtic...

Dancing between, connecting all

Displaying a profound connection to the land, spirituality, and community renowned First Nations Artist Emmy Webbers (also known as Wurruck Yambo) spoke with journalist...

Stories big and small tell tale of healing

Healing from the trauma of an emergency like that of the June and October 2021 storms has been deeply rooted in creative recovery for...

Belgrave arts thrive in new exhibit

Attracting entries from all over Australia, this year’s Sherbrooke Art Society awards garnered 108 entries from 50 artists, proving the arts scene continues to...

Pages of the Wimmera brought to the Valley

On Saturday 1 June, the Belgrave Library will be hosting Upwey author Lia Hills for the launch of her new novel ‘The Desert Knows...

A Queer Legal saga

Melbourne-based author Sam Elkin presented a thought-provoking group chat in honour of IDAHOBIT Day to celebrate the recent release of his book. Knox Libary hosted...

Local writing talent takes to the stage

The Gemco Players Community Theatre is continuing to embrace its community, with an upcoming 10-minute play festival using a number of local writers as...

Changing the perception of insects through quilting

Menzies Creek crafter Bree Thomas has been an “artsy” person for as long as she can remember. Growing up she watched her mother knit, crochet...

Dynamic duo shine at Lyrebird Awards

A young talented comedy performer and director/actor turned choreographer have both won in their respective categories at the Lyrebird Awards in March. Representing the...

Suzannne Phoenix’s 2024 International Women’s Day project returns

An acclaimed Millgrove photographer has returned with her 13th annual international Women's Day exhibition featuring portraits of 26 inspiring women. Made up of raw black-and-white...

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Emerald’s Amy a key to Hockeyroos medal hopes

Few experiences compare to the exhilaration of purchasing new clothing, and the thrill of wearing it at home for the very first time. The...