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Live mic night returns to Wallan

By Pam Kiriakidis Live mic nights will return to Wallan next Friday after a three-year hiatus, promoting regional artists and inviting residents to appreciate young talent across the Mitchell Shire.  BGGROUPAU founder Benjamin Gregory is bringing...

Broadford Secondary College’s first careers day takes off

By Pam Kiriakidis Students, parents and teachers attended Broadford Secondary College’s first careers day last week, designed to provide information about future pathways. ‘Creating My Footprint’ was designed for students and their parents to talk to...

Mitchell Youth Council sworn in for 2022-23

THE next generation of Mitchell Shire leaders was sworn in as members of Mitchell Youth Council last week. Mitchell Shire Council Mayor Bill Chisholm inducted nine youth councillors, including new youth mayor Georgia Fletcher and...

Changes introduced to Mitchell Shire Council youth room program

Mitchell Shire Council has announced changes to Seymour Youth Room, with the centre now open on Tuesdays. Seymour Youth Room is a fun, safe, inclusive space for young people aged 12 to 18. Youths can stay...

Entries open for Euroa Music Festival battle of the bands

Musicians can now enter an upcoming Battle of the Bands competition, looking to find the best talent in the Hume Goulburn Valley region. Organised by Strathbogie Shire FReeZA and the Euroa Music Festival, ‘Out of...

Mental health support for students introduced

Improving student wellbeing is on the State Government’s agenda, introducing a $200 million investment to support young people within schools. More than 1800 school campuses will be more prepared to help at-risk students, with each...

Assumption teens take to the stage

A group of young musicians from Assumption College will soon play their debut gig, performing at Northern Republic in Euroa on Sunday. ‘Swim State’ was formed by Beau Farrell, Xavier Kelly, Josh Ryan, Liam Walker,...

Nominations open for Macedon Ranges Youth Awards

Nominations for the Macedon Ranges Shire Council Youth Awards are now open, celebrating the significant contribution young people make to the life of the community and society. Since beginning in 2006, the awards have recognised...

Supporting Seymour students through employment opportunities

Schools and TAFE students in the Seymour and Puckapunyal areas will continue to benefit from a partnership to provide vocational opportunities from the second largest employer in the region. The Seymour Puckapunyal Youth Partnership, between...

City of Whittlesea celebrating World Environment Day

A range of interactive activities will be on offer for the City of Whittlesea’s World Environment Day celebrations from 11am to 3pm on Sunday, June 5. The free festival, at Lauries Field in Brookwood...