POP PUNK princess    

By Andrea Louise Thomas Photos Nayomi Pattuwage Singer/songwriter/musician Mathilde Anne can’t be put into any easily defined category. She’s a unique artist. Her music could be described as indie pop/rock with a…

The love for Frankston

The love for Frankston in Alison Tedesco’s paintings is unmistakable. “I moved from Sydney to Frankston to be closer to relatives who lived in the area. My family and I have not…

Man with a mission

Local artist Jonathan Thompson is a man with a mission. With over 20 years’ experience in various mediums and techniques, Jonathan is committed to showing other disabled artists that it is possible…

Warm hues, winter lights and NAIDOC Week

Rich palettes, warm colours and soft hues of winter whites, blues, greens and pinks feature in Everywhen’s Winter Salon exhibition of Aboriginal art from 9 regions. Featured are glowing new paintings from…

Table Tennis for females

School age Females Perfect for developing analytical thinking, will-power, self-discipline, self-esteem and concentration. Safe, fun, non-contact sport. Affordable. Working Females and Mums Burn 800 calories in 1 HR. Muscle strengthening Middle Aged…

A place to learn, grow and thrive

Continual advances in technology are changing the way we live and the way students learn and interact. John Paul College has developed an educational and interactive STEAM Week for Year 7 and…

Empowering Girls

Global discussions around the lasting impacts of COVID-19 on the development of young children are on the rise, as after-effects are now becoming apparent in Early Learning environments. Families and educators all…