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Drink for the senses

Florina Tumminello, pictured, imbibed the aromas of chai tea during a food tour for blind and vision impaired people at Dandenong Market on 15...

Howl for Halloween

Anhad, Raghav and Mukunth from Noble Park are getting geared for creepy Halloween fun at Armada Dandenong Plaza. The shopping centre is offering spooky face...

Track down history’s mystery

For many, there’s mystery behind Noble Park’s well-known street and monument names. Buckley, O’Donoghue, Kirby, Wachter, James and Kerslake – they were great people with...

From Afghan breads to banquets

Let’s cut to the chase. If you want to sample the full variety of Kabul Kitchen’s tandoori ovens, order the banquet. Most would know the...

Plaza pops the cork on 30 years

In 1989 residents in Greater Dandenong were treated to an early Christmas present with the opening of a local shopping centre they could call...

Fly on the wall

Artist Giovanna Inserra unzipped her striking 21-metre-long public artwork, now gracing a laneway wall off Douglas Street in Noble Park. Greater Dandenong Council commissioned...

Worlds of foods, music and art unite

Foods, fashion parades, music, dance and a Dandy’s Got Talent show highlight the second annual Unity in Diversity Festival. Set at the Southern Migrant &...

Papercrafts ‘scrap’ up donations

An upcoming papercrafts show presented gift bags to its charity partner and homelessness agency Wayss in Dandenong on 30 September. The donations were collected from...

Stages of grief after suicide

A play on suicide may not be ‘taboo’ but it certainly challenges and discomforts people, says writer Rebecca Lister. “But on one level that’s the...

Beauty with no stereotypes

Beauty in all of its diversity should be celebrated, says trailblazing Springvale pageant model Hung Pham. Mr Pham is director of the second annual Miss...

Young DJs mix with the pros

Music speaks all languages. And hip-hop certainly speaks to young people led through an inspiring workshop program On Track at Dandenong High School. In four days...

Lanterns light up Springvale

Lanterns, lions and dancers brought colour and movement to the Springvale Children’s Lantern Festival on 22 September. The free family event at Springvale shopping centre...

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Drink for the senses

Florina Tumminello, pictured, imbibed the aromas of chai tea during a food tour for blind and vision impaired people at Dandenong Market on 15...