The fair to find

Discover the ‘lost trades’ that are finding a new generation of admirers, thanks to a fair showcasing traditional professions that have withstood the test of time and technology.

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Plenty of fun

The popular Summer in the Parks program returns to entertain and delight crowds in the great outdoors.

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Matt of all trades

Twinnie the Tinker lays down tools in Bendigo, helping inspire a new generation of tech-savvy, trade-loving teens.

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For the love of the game

For this Bendigo Senior Secondary College alumna and WNBL basketballer, the world is about to get a whole lot bigger.

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A fresh take

Interior designer and artist Marcia Priestley paints away past pains to find international success from the calm confines of her bright home studio.

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Solo-man

Not yet old enough to drive a car, this Kangaroo Flat teen has turned his eyes to the skies and is set to take off on an epic adventure for a very worthy cause…

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Ready to roar

Bendigo’s newest dragon, Dai Gum Loong, is ready to be seen and heard for the first time this Easter during a magnificent display of Chinese culture.

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Social commentary

A local comedian addresses the big - and not so big - topics affecting us all as the Bendigo stand-up scene begins to boom.

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The hilltop hood

Come Fridays The Old Church on the Hill throws open its doors to welcome in all who seek companionship, connection and copious cups of tea.

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The duality of caring

Juggling career and family responsibilities is a challenge many women, like La Trobe University researcher Dr Katharine McKinnon, know only too well. However, a workplace that recognises the inherent value of both roles is not such a familiar story.

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