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What happens to pets in a separation?

For most households having a pet join the family is an exciting time, but what happens during separation? Unfortunately, says Lucy Padula, accredited family...

Sprinkle on some Dukkah magic

Word on the street is that once you try head chef Ramy Nasralla’s kunafa dessert, there’s no going back. Or should that be, ‘there’ll...

Make your mark with the Grand Final, home style

Who says watching the Grand Final at home during lockdown can’t be fun? OK, slightly less perfect without having the gang over, but there...

Looking for just a little help – or more

Healthy ageing means continually reinventing yourself. It means learning to adapt to change, finding new things to enjoy, staying physically active, taking care of...

Make healthy eating Part&Parcel of your day

Melbourne couple Daniel Kagan and Lia Gery recently launched Part&Parcel, their online business that’s truly revolutionary … and frankly life-changing to boot. Anyone interested in...

Apartments that meet every need

The Eternity apartment building, an exciting partnership project from Zenitas Healthcare and Apeiron Homes, is set to open next month to much anticipation. A visually...

Growing opportunities for the arts

The Substation in Newport has put the call out to Hobsons Bay residents to join its newly created Community Reference Group. Putting the community...

Succeed. Belong. Learn.

Starting school is the first little step into your child’s big future. If you are thinking of enrolling your child into primary school next...

Small school, big heart

Annunciation Primary School is “where every child matters to every teacher”. Principal Robyn Kelly says the Brooklyn Catholic school’s mantra reflects the values of...

Reshaping the road ahead

Each year, at the beginning of September, Marian College celebrates Founders Day (Brigidine Celebration Day), where the community looks back at the tradition and...

Empowering young women

Marco Di Cesare, principal of Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, says the pros and cons of single-sex and mixed education are constantly being debated but...

Slow Food movement gains momentum

A movement towards “good, clean and fair” food production is picking up traction in the west. Slow Food Melbourne is an eco-gastronomy association interested in...

Another tool 
of the trade

Lengthy lockdown restrictions have been taking a toll on Victorians and grass-roots suicide prevention charity Hope Assistance Local Tradies wants to reach out more...

New programs build connections for 16-20s

Starting in August, Gateways Support Services is launching two new recreation groups to help youths transition into adult programs. The new Bridges program caters for...

Bright Sparks helps 
build social skills

We all know play is an important part of a child’s development, but it doesn’t come easily to everyone. Tarneit mother of three, Liane, says...

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There’s a real buzz around centre

Laverton Community Children’s Centre is abuzz with a beehive bringing joy to the children. Educational leader Tina Ludvigsen said the beehive had provided many new and surprising learning...