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Inspiring footy tale returns to the Potato Shed

A play-turned-film about a local footy club recruiting refugees in a fight to survive will return to Drysdale this month in its original onstage...

World-changing photos on show

Images that caught international attention and appeared on front pages across the world have taken pride of place in a new North Geelong exhibition. The...

Gardens go batty for Geelong’s cute flying foxes

Highton biochemist and botanist Jenny Possingham admits 2020 was “not a good year” for bat PR. “Bats have had a bad rap,” the Geelong Botanic...

Live and Local acts rock Drysdale

A fiesta of grunge, garage punk and indie is set to rock Drysdale with nine Geelong and Bellarine bands combining for Live and Local...

Geelong superheroes and villains fly into festival

A cast of Geelong drama teachers and actors turned superheroes will fly into Melbourne International Comedy Festival for their brand new ‘mockbuster’ Groovyman next...

High-flying, hard-hitting action

“The call to arts” has taken Waurn Ponds wrestler Will Walker down two very different paths. In one he is the frontman of melancholic Geelong...

Artist marks ancestors’ contribution On the Land

“I’ve been an artist my whole life,” says Wadawurrung woman and Ballarat painter Deanne Gilson. Gilson’s love of painting ultimately stemmed from an eye problem...

Knights cross swords in open day

An education resource developer on weekdays, ‘Sir’ Nicolas Bennett becomes a hallowed warrior of the Knights Hospitaller each weekend when he grasps the hilt...

O’Neil’s Drysdale stand up debut

The Sphinx, the ‘Nash’, Geelong Darts Club, Corio and Geelong West footy clubs – Dave O’Neil has played them all in 30 years of...

Kids’ performer Nic walks tall in central Geelong

Kids who have dreamt of walking on stilts will have their chance to learn next Monday as circus performer Nic Dacomb takes to the...

Class comedian Jhet chooses the nuclear option

Nuclear fusion and the Cold War might not seem like funny topics to most. But with his family off-limits, Bubble O’ Bill-obsessed Leopold teen comedian...

Live concert a Timely Reminder

Ocean Grove singer-songwriter Andrea Robertson knows all too well how quickly live gigs can disappear amid COVID-19. Before the pandemic, Robertson had gigs lined up...

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Hands on art for school holidays

Tiara Kara-Couzens joined a dozen Geelong teens trying their hand at traditional henna art under the tutelage of local instructor Hinal Merchant on Wednesday. Ms...