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Ferry’s flying in

British musical icon Bryan Ferry is heading for the valley in February. He’ll play A Day on the Green at Rochford Wines on Saturday 23...

Open, immerse and create

There’s an energy building as artists across the Yarra Valley prepare for three huge weekends that will make up this year's Yarra Valley Arts...

Who Am I?

Russell Cheek’s career as a live performer was punctuated in the 90s with a surprising leap to spectacular heights on night-time television. “Who Am I”,...

Art All Around Us

“Art is a reminder that there is beauty everywhere and in everything; you just have to keep your eyes open.” Alexander Pinkster’s view of life...

Reliving True Confessions

Dylan is back. And he’s in excellent company! The success of Healesville musician Jeff Jenkins’ ‘DYLANesque’ has been phenomenal … but like an author of...

Lighting up winter

By Kath Gannaway Celebrating winter is one of the things Warburton does best and The River of Light Winter Festival is just one...

Cosy idea hits the spot

By Kath Gannaway After a number of years hosting the Biggest Morning Tea to raise funds for cancer research, Lorraine Dunbar felt she...

Boogie for a cause

By Kath Gannaway Warm Up Ya Wiggle and Boogie for Bali is a fabulous invitation in the middle of winter, but there’s a whole lot...

1000 Portrait Project … so far

By Kath Gannaway Mail readers will be familiar with Healesville photographer Jesse Graham’s work as a former photojournalist with the Mail, but not...

The new normal?

By Kath Gannaway When Healesville resident Helen Collier saw ‘Human Flow’ in Melbourne, she says the immensity of the global refugee crisis hit...

Festival of Speech

By Kath Gannaway The Yarra Valley is renowned for its great food, wine, music and art … why not its great conversation? The inaugural...

Laughs ‘too much to Ted E. Bear’

By Peter Douglas David Strassman is set to unpack some much-loved characters and a brand new show for local audiences. The hugely popular ventriloquist...

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They shall not be forgotten

 Artwork to remember local World War I soldiers and The Memo’s layered history is now on display. Yarra Ranges Council, Healesville and District Historical Society...