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Music journey starts early

At just 12 years old, Kristina Bogic has released her first single. The young Point Cook resident said that she started singing at the age...

Sister act, with mum too

For a Tarneit mother and her two daughters, acting is a family affair. Mala Singh-Narayan and her daughters, 16-year-old Shyla and 19-year-old Shanika attend ATA...

Tamara puts on the Ritz

Tamara Eden has sung and danced her way around the world – but for her latest gig, Puttin’ On the Ritz, she’s coming home to Melbourne. Eden,...

Swing steps into town

Celia Webb and Bruce Frame are bringing swing dancing to Point Cook. The Swing Patrol dance instructors next month will launch weekly classes at the...

Dancers fired up for Matador

Trevor Santos and Tro Griffiths are starring in a world-premiere production featuring a fiery fusion of burlesque, dance and circus. The two men, who hail...

A west-sider steps up

Christian Ambesi has worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Robbie Williams – and soon he’ll be...

School jumps into new mural

By Joanna Catalano Melbourne Water collaborated with Truganina South Primary School and local artists Bryan Itch, Rich Keville and Benzo to create a new mural...

Banjo takes the next step

Banjo has always danced to his own beat. Just three years after taking up hip hop dancing classes the 14-year-old, who trains at L2R Dance...

Dance like a boss

From a hall in Laverton to the television screen, youth workers Junior, Alex, Chuck, Te and Jese are bringing their best dance moves to...

Circus Oz a class act

A Caroline Springs school had a different take on education week last week, calling in the...

The reality of modelling

A Sunshine West model is ready to step into the limelight, winning her way through as...

MY WYNDHAM: Michael Kwon

Singer Michael Kwon and his wife migrated from Mauritius to Australia more than a year ago, before settling in Point Cook.   What brought you to...

Final encore for students

Final year art students at Lakeview Senior College are putting their best foot forward with an exhibition at the Caroline Springs Gallery. The exhibition, which...

Violinist on the rise

When Nyssa Sanguansri was three years old, she saw a television cartoon of Bugs Bunny playing the violin. That inspired her to ask her parents...

Hopes for new arts festival to replace Big West

A new arts-based festival may replace the scuttled Big West Festival this year, despite the withdrawal of a proposal by key inner-west arts organisations. Maribyrnong...

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Over the rainbow to Scienceworks

Scienceworks has reopened for the winter school holidays with a "sharing of rainbows". General manager Jonathan Shearer said as well as the planetarium, lightning room...