Stories from around the Star Weekly network this week that may have passed you by
Habib, a Clydesdale stallion, was spotted peering over a fence in Williamstown last week after his owner rode him from Laverton to a mate’s house, and it got dark before they could return. [Read this for the quotes.]
All the numbers are adding up nicely for Sunshine College with its internationally recognised maths program up for an education award later this month.
An eye-catching exhibition exploring the silent stories of domestic violence has been unveiled in Footscray. [Includes picture gallery]
A community radio station struggled with ‘red tape’ for six years and spent more than $60,000 to have an antenna installed on top of Hume council’s offices, only to be told it will now have to relocate it.