diversity

Anchana Muangil, Richmond “I live in Richmond and my favorite and most visited place is Victoria street. The street with all its ‘Saigon lights’ signs in different Asian languages, busy market stalls, oriental cafes and restaurants remind me of my home in Thailand. There are also a lot of beauty salons…

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Call outs to get involved in the City of Yarra’s most inclusive celebration of multicultural arts and music, Emerge 2017, are coming to a close this Friday. Created in 2004, in conjunction with Multicultural Arts Victoria’s (MAV) Visible Music Mentoring Program, Emerge 2017 started out as a humble arts festival…

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Melbourne City Football Club is kicking goals in 2017, with its I Speak Football program up and running for another year. Located in the City of Yarra, young football fans aged 14 – 17 from across the state are invited to participate in the 25-week program to sharpen up their skills and put…

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It’s world photo day and we want to celebrate 177 years of photography by showcasing what makes the City of Yarra so amazing. Here are just a few reasons that we’re humbled to be part of the Yarra community. 1. Respecting and acknowledging the Wurundjeri people, who are the traditional owners of…

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