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EMPOWERING YOUNG MUMS WITH TECHNOLOGY

October 16, 2017

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Lis Blake is employed as the Youth Facilitator at Banyule Community Health’s Youth Foundation Program. Lis works with young people living in 3081 or attending Parkville College. Lis works with them to work out small, relatively low budget projects which can make a difference to themselves or their community. She then supports the young people […]

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CLOTHES SWAP

September 12, 2017

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Banyule’s 2017 Youth Festival is being held on the 17th September 12-5pm at Macleod Park. Anna Lee, coordinator of the Clothes Swap project, excitably tells me that this project for youth “…aged 12 to 25 years, of all genders, shapes and sizes to project who they are!” The way the project will run on the […]

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NIPPERS REVIEW

September 6, 2017

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New all-ages show on ABC The Nippers provides all audiences, young and old alike, with a glimpse of beach-bound childhood as a part of the junior life guard ‘Nippers’ program. The show documents the stories of thirteen South Maroubra Nippers (mini life guards) from ages 9-14 as they prepare to face the challenges of a […]

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AN UPDATE ON OMAR AND SAAD

July 28, 2017

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Omar and Saad Al Kassab were originally profiled on Banyule 100 early in 2016. You can read their story here. So much has happened since that original email so we thought it was time for an update. Omar and Saad  are brothers from Homs, the third largest city in Syria. According to Omar, they come […]

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TV SERIES REVIEW: ‘BULL’

July 24, 2017

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It’s hard not to bypass a good crime drama these days and with the British putting out ever-captivating (if sadly short-lived) gems such as No Offence and Broadchurch, the American networks have their work cut out for them. One of the latest to hit Channel Ten from the other side of the Pacific is CBS’s […]

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WONDER WOMAN

July 24, 2017

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After smashing the box office, Wonder Woman has received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Considering DC Studios’ track record, that’s something to celebrate all on its own. The movie has drawn a great amount of attention, as it should. However, while Wonder Woman deserves attention, it shouldn’t be for the reasons it has. […]

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IT’S TIME TO JOIN THE #WARONWASTE

July 24, 2017

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The ABC thinks it’s time to get serious about our waste, and after watching the War On Waste, I couldn’t agree more. The network took one of their favourite investigative satirists, and put together a beautifully light yet informative show about Australia’s waste production. I’ve always considered myself relatively environmentally conscious when it comes to […]

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BANYULE 100 – SKYE LACY

July 24, 2017

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In a mere 17 years, Skye Lacy has managed to contribute so much to their school and community. Skye is agender, using they, them and their pronouns. They are an open, engaging and passionate person who attributes their journeys in the past few years and into the future to a wide variety of influences and […]

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