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Program provides a safe place online

A year on from the first COVID-19 lockdown, communities are continuing to adjust to living through a pandemic. People are embracing the digital world...

Business survives the COVID test

Leading professional hair care retailer Price Attack Salons has targeted Melbourne and surrounding suburbs for expansion, setting a goal to open five stores this...

Real locals share their passion for goodness

Slow Food Melbourne, part of a worldwide network that supports the notion of “think global, act local”, runs two farmers’ markets providing produce from...

Student outcomes ‘remarkable’ during COVID

Adam Potter, Campus Principal of Williamstown High School’s Pasco campus, is incredibly proud of their 2020 year 12 cohort, not least because the students...

The perfect place to let off steam

Sitting in Willy’s Steam Packet Hotel one evening, Colin Woolhouse nearly choked on his beer when his partner Ana Klingsberg suggested the idea of...

Congratulations to our winners!

Congratulations to our Take Off with Avalon competition winners! The lovely Cathy from Werribee is our lucky first prize winner, taking home a double pass...

WIN!

Star Weekly and Avalon Airport are giving you the chance to take off and get out of town with return flights from Avalon to...

Same pharmacy, only different

Simon Jiao, owner of Chemist Discount Centre for the past two years, kept a lot of things the same as when it operated for...

Williamstown identity releases long-awaited novel

In October 1993, Jim McIntyre spent five days trapped inside his Moscow apartment while tens of thousands of pro-parliament demonstrators marched in the streets...

A year to remember for Year 12 students

Ray Pisani, Principal of Marian College, notes that this year has been challenging for all people around the world, especially so in a school...

United’s chase for silverware

The excitement is building in Victoria’s west ahead of the 2020-21 A-League season, according to Western United’s head coach Mark Rudan. Thirteen months on from...

The ideal way to explore Victoria

With travel restrictions in place due to the pandemic, people were starting to go stir-crazy – but all that has changed. So there couldn’t...

Planting the seeds of growth

Ms Stephanie Banks, deputy principal wellbeing at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, says the pros and cons of single-sex and mixed education are constantly being...

Embroidery queen of Kingsville

Marea McGuire is loving life growing vegies and flowers in her apartment garden, playing with her beloved poodle Sarah and doing embroidery, patchwork and...

An insight into eye care

Liz Muller, optometrist at Eyecare Plus Altona, was planning a big party to celebrate her
20 years in Altona this year, but COVID-19 lockdowns put...

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Rare arts in the spotlight

Crafting a wooden boat is like making something that’s fighting you the whole way, says fifth generation Williamstown boat builder Greg Blunt. He is among...