• Articles with the tag: multiculturalism

    My Brimbank: Joe Cortis

    Joe Cortis has lived in the western suburbs for almost seven decades.…

    Volunteers branch out

    A program encouraging the west’s multicultural community to band together in environmental…

    MY WYNDHAM: Dr Teah Mogae

    Hoppers Crossing resident Dr Teah Mogae works as a GP. She is…

    Pupils have great tastes

    Thomas Chirnside Primary School pupils have been on a tasty world “tour”.…

    Colours of Hume women's group

    A group of women is flying the flag for multiculturalism in Hume.…

    Cooking down barriers at school

    A rice cooker and an electric wok are all that are needed…

    Tarneit push for Indian Cultural Precinct

    The man behind a planned development in Tarneit says he wants his…

    New book a footy story with a difference

    A new children’s book about a girl in a hijab who wants…

    Albanian group condemns land acquisition

    Members of the western suburbs’ Albanian community are angry that the state…

    Point Cook College helps out for harmony

    Point Cook P-9 College students gave asylum seekers in the west a…

    Never too young to celebrate diversity

    Drums and dragons are among the highlights of Melton celebrations of Cultural…

    Albion kids cut from many cloths

    Pupils at Albion North Primary School got a 360-degree view of the…

    Celebrating cultural diversity at Kurunjang

    Melton residents are being invited to share their food, traditions and stories…

    Harmony Feast a celebration for all

    People will be passing plates, breaking bread and swapping stories later this…

    Dinner a warm welcome to the west

    More than 100 newly arrived and more established Australians shared an evening…
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