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  • World's Greatest Shave - for Cancer Research

    World's Greatest Shave - for Cancer Research

    Event @ The Union Hotel - 90 Chapel Street, Windsor
    Sunday 19th March, 2017
    1.30 till 5pm.


    James Pacholli performing in in banks "Eye Seaweed" image by pationpics;com

    It was 2008 when James was first diagnosed with Leukaemia and he was just finishing Year 5.

    His medical treatment involved a gruelling three years of chemo therapy under the care of Monash Medical Centre in Clayton as part of a research study. As a result of his treatment...
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  • Trees make way for new School

    Trees make way for new School


    PHOTO: Nicole Garmston



    Bayside City Council Mayor Cr Alex del Porto today expressed regret that consultation for the removal of vegetation at the Beaumaris Secondary College site did not reach an agreed outcome.

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  • Reconciliation story

    Reconciliation story



    He’s only deadly if you frighten him,” Kath explained. “He’s one of the most deadly snakes in the world.”

    I had recently arrived at Point Lookout on Stradbroke Island to work as a house-maid/waitress, and at 17, thought I knew everything. Well almost. I had no idea how to frighten a death adder, or more importantly, how not to.
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  • CCTV monitoring along Fitzroy Street, St Kilda

    CCTV monitoring along Fitzroy Street, St Kilda

    'twas the week before Christmas, when all along the street Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the Gatwick with care, In hopes that CCTV soon would be there. ...
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  • Listen To Older Voices: Mary Davenport - Part 2

    Listen To Older Voices: Mary Davenport - Part 2

    Welcome to Listen To Older Voices, a program produced Rob Greaves for Wesley Mission Victoria and podcast through the Toorak Times.

    Listen To Older Voices presents the stories, views and opinions of our older citizens. It is predominantly in a life & times format, with interviewees reflecting upon their lives from earliest memories. An underlying principal of the program is to promote the concept of positive ageing, reinforcing the principle that older people have & continue to make a valuable contribution to both their local & wider community.
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  • Sayonara Saigon

    Sayonara Saigon


    A
    large fire is currently not yet under control at theLittle Saigon Market which is a Multi tenanted site in Footscray.

    The alarm was first raised at 06:06am and is believed to have started on the roof of the building.

    The MFB currently have 3 Ladder Platforms 2 ultra largebpumpers 12 pumpers and other appliances on scene.
    In excess of 60 fire fighters are in attendance at this point in time. Many of the local roads have been closed and a tram line has be...
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  • Young Children Helping to Save Lives

    Young Children Helping to Save Lives

    Victoria’s triple zero service is urging parents and carers to include children as young as three and four-years of age in their safety plans, including teaching them how to call 000 in a life-threatening emergency says ESTA the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority. ESTA’s CEO Julia Oxley said it’s important for children to take an active role in their own safety and have information about what to do in an emergency and when to call triple zero. “Knowing how to call triple zero can r...
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  • DAVE AND HIS DOG

    DAVE AND HIS DOG



    Rosie lay beside the open guitar case, pretending not to notice the people passing by, but the flicker in her eyes notifies that she never misses a trick. Dave, with his mop of unruly dark hair under a battered bushman’s hat, sings his songs with meaning, his soft blue eyes also watching. Just another busker? His voice and guitar skills hint of more.
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  • Santa's Magical Kingdom 2016

    Santa's Magical Kingdom 2016



    Melbourne get ready to see a truly magical experience. Santa’s Magical Kingdom returns this November and December 2016!.
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  • THE STATE OF PLAY

    THE STATE OF PLAY





    Let me break the news to those who haven’t awakened yet to the terrible reality of politics. There is no Left or Right anymore. There is just the craven lust for power and to keep the globalists happy in their bid to create a New World Order. By the way, this vision of an Utopian world may not include you or I, unless we make a heap of money rather quickly.
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  • Derby Day 2016

    Derby Day 2016

    On the 2016 AAMI Victoria Derby Day the air was alive with excitement and widespread with monochrome for the most traditional day of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.

    For the14th
    year the Lexus design pavilion took a modern environmentally friendly ethos with sustainable artist Joost Bakker partnering with the brand on the design, using all recycled materials including 100% reclaimed concrete with no compromise on style.

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  • Did Prue fall on her own sword or has she elected a late-in-life career change?

    Following our exclusive report on 22 May 2016 (which can be viewed here) the director of the City of Greater Bendigo council’s planning & development department, Prue Mansfield, has tendered her resignation from council.




    The announcement of her departure came as a shock earlier last month but is welcomed by many key stakeholders within the community.


    Prue has been in the role for almost a decade, leaving a rather messy trail in her wake.
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  • Listen To Older Voices: Les Tomlins

    Listen To Older Voices: Les Tomlins

    Welcome to Listen To Older Voices, a program produced Rob Greaves for Wesley Mission Victoria and podcast through the Toorak Times.

    Listen To Older Voices presents the stories, views and opinions of our older citizens. It is predominantly in a life & times format, with interviewees reflecting upon their lives from earliest memories. An underlying principal of the program is to promote the concept of positive ageing, reinforcing the principle that older people have & continue to make a valuable contribution to both their local & wider community.

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  • Melbourne's Multi Talented gem, Nathan Hill ready to emerge at Melbourne Underground Film Festival in ethnically diverse film "Revenge of the Gweilo".


    Nathan Hall pictured directing during "Return of the Gweilo".

    Multi talented artist Nathan Hill, one of Melbourne's hidden gems is to shine at MUFF on closing night with his latest feature film "Revenge of the Gweilo", in which he directed and starred in.

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  • Udderly Awesome Dress Up Day: Assisting the Relief Dairy Farmers Support Program

    Farmers have been doing it hard for some time now and there are many groups working to assist them. The Need For Feed Assistance Program run by the Lions Club is a prime example of community efforts to support Australian Farmers.
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