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Kirra wins gold

By Jackson Russell Wandong superstar Kirra Wright has done it again, winning gold at the School Sports Victoria Cross Country Championships on Thursday in Bundoora. Kirra smashed her personal best time and...

Paw-fect support

By Steph McNicol A changing of the guard at Broadford Secondary College will see a new furry friend work with student wellbeing at the school. After seven years at the college, Zane...

Safety concerns at Wallan park

WALLAN police are on alert after antisocial behaviour has been observed around the adventure playground at Hadfield Park over the school holidays. Senior Sergeant Conlin said police were aware of some youths...

Golden eggs

By Eden HynninenTamsyn Murray and her son Josh have spent a decade not just selling eggs but building a strong brand through sustainability and education.  

Looking for the next leaders

By Jackson Russell Youth in the Yan Yean electorate are being encouraged to have their say and join the Yan Yean Youth Advisory Council. Applications are now open for the council, which...

Mitchell Shire talent showcase

By Steph McNicol A chance for the youth of the Mitchell Shire to showcase their musical talent drew a crowd last week at Kilmore’s Old Kilmore Gaol.Montville Lane Sessions producer David Blake...

Powerful voices given to Indigenous youth

By Evelyn Leckie Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner Jill Gallagher spread the word to Mernda College's Aboriginal students to enrol and have their voices heard during the Treaty advancement process.Victoria is gearing up...

Baristas at Broadford Secondary

By Evelyn Leckie Broadford Secondary College VCAL students are using their training in barista courses for a good cause - selling coffees for teachers and students to fundraise for the homeless.VCAL students...

Eggcellent entrepreneur

By Steph McNicol TWELVE year old Daniel McLean of Seymour spends Saturday mornings selling eggs and his homemade sweet treats.Daniel has 80 of his own chickens that he cares for, breeds and...

Students pitch for community projects

Students from Willowmavin Primary School participated in a mini ‘Shark Tank’ styled event last week, with students pitching funding for community projects to a panel of judges.The program, hosted by Kids Thrive,...