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Theatre awards move online

CANCELLATION of community theatre productions due to COVID-19 restrictions has inspired the Georgy Awards Association to move proceedings online. The committee has announced its Three Minute MonoComp, which asks writers and performers to create and...

Musicians to star in new online series

SPECIAL guests, new studio settings, plus top-class musicians and giveaways are all on the horizon for Wallan-based promoter Benjamin Gregory, as he introduces his new series. Mr Gregory, also known as Benny Gregs, has teamed...

Zonta art and craft show

By Jordyn Grubisic ZONTA International is hosting a community art and craft show on Saturday and Sunday to begin the 16 Days of Activism campaign. The show, at Gavan Hall in Broadford, will also raise money...

A display to remember

By Evelyn Leckie A Remembrance Day display in Kilmore has caught the eye of a Tasmanian family who was thankful to Kilmore RSL for recognising their great uncle in their window display. The display features two...

Colourful mural livens up Seymour

By Jackson Russell Seymour’s newest addition was officially unveiled on Friday morning, with the Art Attack Seymour project giving the town’s viaduct an overhaul. The $152,840 project was funded by the State Government’s Pick My Project...

Kilmore’s art on show

By Jackson Russell Kilmore Art Society is putting its work on show at its annual spring art exhibition on Saturday. It’s the first exhibition since the society moved to its new home upstairs at Oddfellows Café...

Showcasing hidden talent

By Jackson Russell An art exhibition at Tallarook Hotel will showcase a range of incredible art created by participants of Goulburn Options Disability Services’ art program.The exhibition is part of the whole weekend of...

Aboriginal art brings family together

Renowned Northern Territory artists Jeannie, Anna and Rosemary Pitjara gathered in Tallarook on Friday to work on a collobrative artwork with their family members.The unique collection of Aboriginal art will be exhibited at Michelton...

Green thumbs reap gardening glory

RESIDENTS across the district are being celebrated for their gardening glory. The results for the City of Whittlesea annual garden competition are in and six talented green thumbs have been awarded more than $2000 worth...

Finding Lost Trades in Kyneton

A BUMPER crowd turned out for the Lost Trades Fair in Kyneton at the weekend. The fair aimed to showcase all sorts of different trades and talents of days gone by, with plenty of people...