What's On    20 September to 4 October

What's On 20 September to 4 October

Mid-Autumn Festival Dance: Endeavour Hills Library, Raymond McMahon Blvd, Endeavour Hills. Thurs 28 Sep 11.15am to 12pm. Chinese folk dance performance to celebrate the Harvest Moon Festival. Free entry, all invited.
Late News
  • Bushfire Threat Springs From Very Dry Winter

    16:51' 13-09-2017

    Bushfire Threat Springs From Very Dry Winter

    This years winter was Australias warmest on record, and the ninth driest winter on record, leaving most of southern Australia at increased risk of bushfire as summer approaches.

  • Animal Theme For Children’s Festival

    16:47' 12-09-2017

    Animal Theme For Children’s Festival

    The City of Greater Dandenong has chosen an Animal Kingdom theme for its fifth annual Children’s Festival, which will run throughout the school holidays.

  • A Day To Remember Our Fallen Police

    16:37' 12-09-2017

    A Day To Remember Our Fallen Police

    September 29th is Blue Ribbon Day, when Victorians are asked to take a few moments to remember that 159 members of our Police Force have been killed whilst serving and protecting our community.

  • Warnings Raised For Thunderstorm Asthma

    17:29' 11-09-2017

    Warnings Raised For Thunderstorm Asthma

    The State Government has launched a new public health information and education campaign to prepare Victorians for the possibility of thunderstorm asthma during the upcoming pollen season.

  • Something For Everyone At The Royal Show

    16:58' 11-09-2017

    Something For Everyone At The Royal Show

    Every year since 1848, Melburnians enjoy Victoria’s largest showcase of agriculture, the Royal Melbourne Show, usually coinciding with the school holidays.

  • Great Ocean Road Gets Bilingual Signs

    16:53' 07-09-2017

    Great Ocean Road Gets Bilingual Signs

    Victoria is the first Australian state to provide bilingual road signs, to help international tourists safely navigate one of the state’s most popular tourist routes, the Great Ocean Road.

  • Typhoons Slow Down Australian Internet

    15:06' 05-09-2017

    Typhoons Slow Down Australian Internet

    Two typhoons in Asia over the last couple of weeks have had an effect on internet speeds in Australia, according to a report in the Herald Sun.

  • Urban Life 25

    15:22' 04-09-2017

    Urban Life 25

    Fashion Week Music Shows: Town Hall forecourt, every day 1-8 Sep 5-10pm. Live performances and DJ sets from the city’s rising music stars. Includes Jennifer Loveless, Ying Li Hooi, Laila Sakini, Sui Zhen, Maya Hirasedo and many more. Full program and details at mfw.melbourne.vic.gov.au/program.

  • Migrants Might Have To Wait Longer For Pension

    19:21' 31-08-2017

    Migrants Might Have To Wait Longer For Pension

    A proposed change to Australian pension entitlement laws may mean some migrants will have to wait up to 15 years before qualifying for aged or disability pensions.

  • Australian Companies Profit From Local Chinese Shoppers

    19:14' 31-08-2017

    Australian Companies Profit From Local Chinese Shoppers

    Chinese students, and other Chinese living in Australia, are helping local business by shopping for customers back home in China.

  • Asia News In Brief

    15:34' 31-08-2017

    Asia News In Brief

    Malaysia’s Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Industries, Ahmad Shabery Cheek, announced that his country will hold a three-day festival in China to promote its durian.

  • Dandenong Centre Given Help To Help Others

    19:58' 30-08-2017

    Dandenong Centre Given Help To Help Others

    A major Dandenong centre which helps locals into the workforce has been given a $620,000 funding boost by the State Government to continue its work.

  • What's On    6 September to 20 September

    17:01' 30-08-2017

    What's On 6 September to 20 September

    Korean National Day: Saturday 9 September...

  • Noise Walls And Truck Bans For Quieter West

    20:02' 29-08-2017

    Noise Walls And Truck Bans For Quieter West

    Some of the best noise walls in Victoria are being built for the West Gate Tunnel Project, at a level that goes above and beyond the standard for an existing motorway.

  • Young People Given Tools Against Online Hate

    20:18' 28-08-2017

    Young People Given Tools Against Online Hate

    Research released recently by the eSafety Commissioner reveals 50-60% of young Australians aged 12 to 17 have witnessed racist or hateful comments about cultural or religious groups online, and 30% of Australians in that age range have encountered material they believe promotes terrorism.

  • Victorian Vegies Seek The Asian Market

    20:13' 23-08-2017

    Victorian Vegies Seek The Asian Market

    Major Victorian vegetable marketing business Flavorite is using State Government assistance to expand into the lucrative Asian export market.

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