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Film’s ‘short cut’ from Dandy to Cannes

A locally-shot film that won one of the world’s most prestigious awards leads an international list at this year’s Short Cuts Film Festival. All These...

Pictures with invisible meanings

Only a dark light can reveal what lies hidden on the surface of Zakiria Tahirian’s work. The Dandenong artist has riddled invisible ink and UV...

Full flavoured festival

An enthralling mix of Lion dances and sumptuous South Asian street food celebrated a Full Moon Festival at Dandenong Market on Sunday 15 September. More...

Holidays on the wild side

City of Casey’s teen school holiday program offers animal experiences and plenty of other activities on the wild side. Starting 23 September, the low cost...

Show fun for low budgets

The Doveton Show experience still offers families a low-cost but high-fun alternative to the Royal Melbourne Show these Spring school holidays. For the past 15...

Artists find their ‘home’

Six artists ponder the theme of ‘home’ in the return of City of Greater Dandenong’s national exhibition of refugee and asylum seeker works. A striking...

Restoration art

Students from Wallarano Primary School’s Art Academy have given more than a good lick of paint to a neighbouring kindergarten. The 22 students, including...

Dads hurry for curry

If you’re looking for the best curries in town, you’ll find them at Dandenong Market’s Curry Festival this Sunday 1 September. And look at the...

Satire pops housing bubble

Peter Polites’ soaring reputation is built on powerful prose and dark satire. The Western Sydney author is visiting Dandenong as part of the Melbourne Writers...

Reward a deserving dad

To celebrate Father’s Day 2019, Armada Dandenong Plaza is giving local residents the chance to win ‘The Ultimate Breakfast in Bed Experience’ for a deserving...

Bowls of comfort food

Nothing revives you from winter’s chills more instantly than a steaming soup. On a bracing day, The Soup Junction in the food court of Dandenong...

Uncle’s smoking-hot success

Popular Dandenong deli Uncle’s Smallgoods has carved a meaty return at the 2019 Australian Food Awards. The maker of woodsmoked meats in Thomas Street won...

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Brave rebirth

‘Rebirth’ is the word for 45-year-old cancer survivor Kathryn Pantorno. Ravaged by years of treatment, a mastectomy and painful rehabilitation, an “embarrassed” Ms Pantorno had...