In her three separate tenures as Mayor of the City of Yarra, Cr Jackie Fristacky has invited residents and visitors to ‘travel the Yarra way’. “To travel the Yarra way is to walk, cycle and use public transport,” Cr Fristacky said. In December 2013, the City of Yarra released the four-year Yarra Environment…

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The Cocoa Butter Club’s second event celebrated, entertained and educated the audience about the talent of Queer, Transgender and Intersex People of Colour (QTIPOC) with a night of music, dance, acrobatics and performance art. Held at the Melba Spiegeltent on the 26th of July, the themes of Aboriginal sovereignty, structural…

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Helping Hoops is a charity dedicated to running free basketball programs for underprivileged children. What started in 2009 as a single program in Footscray now delivers more than 450 free basketball sessions to more than 1000 children of all abilities, ages 7 to 21.

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Jules, Collingwood “I’m just meeting a friend of mine for lunch, we haven’t seen each other in a while. We used to make music together; he’s a writer and singer and I play, mostly bass and electric guitar. We’ve had gigs all over the place, you know, Melbourne’s a pretty…

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On first impression, Ash Mclerie resembles your typical Melbournian DJ. Namely, he’s quirky, nonchalant and hip. However, unlike many other DJ’s, his music career kicked off in a religious context: at church, being the child of a pastor; born and raised in a deeply religious family. He is an energetic character flittering…

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The Coolibah Centre in Fitzroy, the first senior’s citizen centre in Australia, is doing things differently and providing socially isolated and vulnerable senior members of society with vital life skills. Events and activities such as barista classes, table tennis tournaments and competitions involving the CEO are a part of daily…

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