Ancient origins of the Easter Bunny

28/03/2023 Guest Author

THE Easter bunny is known as the Easter hare in European traditions. Hares were given ritual burials alongside humans during the Neolithic age in Europe which archaeologists interpret as a religious ritual, with hares representing […]

Our favourite lollies

28/03/2023 Guest Author

THE demise of the corner store rang the death knell for many old lolly favourites. Those dusty, musty mixed businesses or milk bars with their lolly counters crammed with hundreds of different kinds of loose […]

Cultural Diversity Week in Whitehorse

28/03/2023 Guest Author

EACH March, the City of Whitehorse brings Victorians together to celebrate Victoria’s diverse and powerful multicultural communities.  Multiculturalism is a core part of the Victorian identity, our character and way of life. Our state is […]

The ball’s in our court

04/11/2022 Guest Author

ON 25 February 1907, Councillor Cattanach addressed the Camberwell City Council seeking permission to make a tennis court on the reserve at Burwood, known as Fiddler’s Green. The motion passed, and with the stroke of […]