Lego helps young minds explore engineering

February 24, 2019 by  

Ranford Primary School in Canning Vale has just embarked on a new programme that uses Lego to explore basic concepts of engineering.

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Workshop to encourage youths to create healthy meals

February 22, 2019 by  

Nutritionist and former MasterChef finalist, Chloe Ann Carroll will be holding monthly workshops from March aimed at getting young people interested in cooking and creating healthy meals at home.

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Nominate inspiration role models for top award

February 20, 2019 by  

People in Balcatta and throughout the State are being urged to nominate and self-nominate for the 2019 West Australian of the Year Awards.

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Youth Parliament applications open in Victoria

February 19, 2019 by  

A youthful look at the way the Victorian Parliament operates is on offer to youths aged between 16 and 25.

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Free TAFE courses a hit with students

February 17, 2019 by  

A Victorian government initiative to introduce free TAFE courses is proving popular with students, as in excess of 600 have already enrolled at The Gordon in Geelong.

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Annual Perth Festival gets underway

February 15, 2019 by  

The 2019 edition of the Perth Festival has got underway, offering a wide selection of events for visitors to immerse themselves in for the next couple of weeks.

Perth is well known for fostering creativity and the festival is a great way to demonstrate this. The festival was founded by The University of Western Australia in 1953 and is curated by the City of Perth. The event continues to build a striking and unforgettable experience for locals and tourists.

The event is an impressive conglomeration of the arts over three weeks, where resident Perthlings and other visitors can catch hot acts such as Julia Jacklin or The Preatures in Chevron Gardens.

The festival is held at a variety of venues all over the city, and it isn’t just music. For those who enjoy art, there are more than fifty visual arts exhibitions on offer at a range of galleries in the city and movie premieres in the many unique theatres. To complement performances and events, there will be plenty of food and drink available, including a number of food and wine tours, that have been recommended by top chefs.

The Perth Festival is jumping on the back of Perth Fringe Fest, the second largest Fringe in the world after Edinburgh. Events such as this use colourful flyers and employ banner printing services as part of the set up and promotion.

The Perth Festival runs until 3rd March and gives visitors the chance to see amazing art from artists of all shapes and sizes.

Cottee Parker appointed to design new city hall

February 13, 2019 by  

The Sunshine Coast Council City Hall project is a step closer with the recent appointment of its principal architect.

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Students support active school travel initiative

February 12, 2019 by  

The Active School Travel programme has started for 2019.

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Free screening at Vision Australia Open Day

February 10, 2019 by  

Vision Australia Caringbah will be holding an open day in March to showcase its support services for the blind and visually impaired.

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Workshops to take place to help kids feel at peace

February 8, 2019 by  

Peaceful Kids is running a two-day Peaceful Parents facilitator training course in Clifton Hill at the end of February.

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