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    The Westsider: December, 2022

    The Westsider is a not-for-profit, monthly community newspaper, written by volunteers and delivered to hundreds of pick-up points across the inner west each month.

    FRIENDS OF KOROROIT CREEK GET CREATIVE WITH PROJECTS THAT BUILD A SENSE OF PLACE

    The Friends of Kororoit Creek are currently starting a campaign for a new wetland to be created along the creek.

    FROM GORDON STREET TO GRANDE DAME IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD

    "She was always a fierce defender of someone she loved (often those whom society reviled) and was never afraid to call out hypocrisy."

    A QUIK GIG – LOCALS SNEAKERHEADS SCORE BIG

    “We have been creating and emulating a certain sound with our beat production and beat choices that has been more of a funky West Coast vibe"

    FUN BEFORE FANCY! BARRY MORGAN’S ‘WORLD OF ORGANS’ TAKES ON THE INNER WEST

    Barry’s show combines 70 & 80’s nostalgia and showcases a big, warm sound using retro equipment, with stories, music, colour.

    IN PLAIN SIGHT: THE EXHIBITION TURNING WASTE INTO ART

    Using unconventional materials has led to Sarah having a more experimental approach to her art.

    ASK MS ANNE R. KEY*

    I really am anti-racist but often its all just too hard. What can I do?

    FUN FOR 50

    Footscray is such a dynamic place to live, eat, shop and play!

    TEENS RESUMING SCHOOL ARE ENTERING A BRAVE NEW WORLD: RESUMING LEARNING POST LOCKDOWN IN VICTORIA

    We need to resurrect the village mentality of support encompassing families, community and schools.

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

    Summer is a time to rest, reflect and acknowledge that we've finally gotten through the storm.

    YARRAVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE’S BUILDING IS A HISTORICAL LANDMARK OF THE INNER WEST

    The first building was originally built in 1868, and was originally home to the Yarraville-Stony Creek Common School.

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