Last chance to experience RMS Titanic

August 31, 2017 by  

Residents of Print company in Randwick printing services Randwick are able to experience life as passengers on the ill-fated ship Titanic.

The infamous ship sank on [Read more]

Sewing event in Richmond stitches up every last centimetre

August 30, 2017 by  

Richmond’s weekly Make Do and Mend sewing event has proved to be very popular with crafters and concerned recyclers, who are [Read more]

Manus Island detainee’s creative talents on show

August 29, 2017 by  

Music and artworks created by a talented artist detained in Manus Island’s offshore detention camp is the focus of an [Read more]

Park revamp step closer after $2m grant

August 29, 2017 by  

Balga’s Princess Wallington Community Parkland is set for a $7 million revamp following a grant of $2 million from Lotterywest.

Councillors from the City of Stirling recently voted to put the wheels in motion to progress plans for the first two stages of [Read more]

Artist retraces steps for latest exhibition

August 29, 2017 by  

Former Ringwood Primary School student Gavin Fry has returned to the site where he was a student but this time, 60 years later, it is to host his own exhibition.

What used to be a school is now an art gallery in a new cultural hub within [Read more]

New app makes library services just a click away

August 28, 2017 by  

Castle Hill residents are being provided with an opportunity to access the Hills Shire Library Services by clicking a button on a free mobile application just released.

Called Spydus, the app gives its users the ability to [Read more]

Learning exercise revealed top young artists

August 28, 2017 by  

Recyclable materials are being used by children attending the Early Childcare Centre at Curtin University to assist in understanding more about complex subjects such as identity and hypotheticals.

Recently, the John Curtin Gallery hosted the university’s Emergence exhibition, which displayed the creations of [Read more]

Rocking the arts in Rockingham

August 27, 2017 by  

The Print company in Rockingham printing services Rockingham Arts Centre will soon celebrate the vibrant arts in this area by hosting a free open day.

This promises to be the perfect opportunity for residents of Rockingham to learn more about what is available from their own arts centre. They can explore the [Read more]

Good versus selfish in latest stage production

August 26, 2017 by  

Theatre lovers from Print company in Moorabbin printing services Moorabbin and surrounding areas are being invited to the latest production being staged by the Mordialloc Theatre Company.

Equally Divided, written by playwright and author Ronald Harwood and directed by Cheryl Ballantine Richards, will take to the stage at the [Read more]

Five-year plan to build economic success

August 25, 2017 by  

The changing face of work and industry is the catalyst behind the adoption of a five-year economic development strategy by Brimbank Council.

According to Brimbank Mayor John Hedditch, the implementation plan for economic development in the area, which includes Print company in Tullamarine printing services Tullamarine, aims to create a resilient, prosperous community prepared to attain success in a world that is rapidly changing. He said:

“At the heart of our Economic Development Strategy and the five-year implementation plan is our commitment to build a prosperous, resilient and exciting future for our community and local businesses.

“Basically we’re going to do the hard yards preparing our economic paddocks for new plantings. Brimbank is already an important economic hub in Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne’s West. This plan will ensure Brimbank continues to grow and develop.”

The Mayor said that as part of the strategy Council will be assisting in the creation of more local jobs as well as in attracting 21st century industries and new investment to the area.

He said the next five years will see Council focus on support for new local businesses, business development and industry as well as helping to improve employment pathways.

Flyers have also been circulated to advertise Melbourne’s West Jobs Fair to be held at the Sunshine Convention Centre on August 31. The mayor added:

“This important initiative will support both jobseekers and employers looking for opportunities where in the west.”

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