Planning ahead

Six Year 11 students from Bendigo Senior Secondary College will attend the prestigious National Youth Science Forum during their summer break in January. BSSC’s successful applicants are Felix Barton, Eve Gray, Caitlin Jackson, Zac Llewellin, Hayden Parrott and Liloma...

Spring brings out the very best

Tuesday was World Ballet Day and Bendigo ballerinas were out and about in Rosalind Park adding even more colour to spring. Anita Scott of Scott’s Mascots and Costumes has over 450 tutus and more than 8000 costumes and was very pleased to have them on show for the...

Help support the girls

BENDIGO women are being urged to donate their old bras for a great cause during the month of Octobra. This year, the annual event will aid not for profit charity “Support the Girls Australia,’ an organisation committed to promoting and providing a healthier and more...

Finals fever for footy fans

WITH the AFL Grand Final less than two days away, yesterday was an opportunity for young footy fans attending the Bendigo YMCA Holiday Program to have some competitive fun. Sihanna Carter and Zavier Barker had a stand-off in support of their respective teams,...

Mercy Day marks a special celebration

Catherine McAuley College marked its first Mercy Day with a show of colour last week. There was loads of fun and action, including a colour explosion run. It’s the biggest whole school celebration in their year. Students dressed in house colours and costumes and...

Work together

THE Passions and Pathways expo took place last week, highlighting partnerships with local businesses. More than 160 year six students from Specimen Hill, Eaglehawk, Lightning Reef and St Monica’s primary schools joined together to lead and present where they showcased...

Kate on stage

Australian pop legend Kate Ceberano was in Bendigo last week for the annual Forever Young Rock Choir concert. The Girton Grammar String Orchestra and Jazz Band and Ceberano performed at Ulumbarra theatre on Tuesday. With 24 albums spanning a 35-year career, Ceberano...

Mine winder Zoe plans the dreaded chop

For the past four years Zoe Boyd has been known for her long, often bright red, dreadlocks … but not for much longer. Zoe is participating in the World’s Greatest Shave, vowing to shed the dreads to help beat blood cancer. Zoe is calling her cause The Dreaded Chop....

Ahoy me hearties

  Wednesday was International Talk Like a Pirate Day and Goldfields Libraries marked the occasion. Children were invited to join in lots of pirate-themed fun. Nic and Quinn Robins-Underwood had a real laugh at the event.



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