Monthly Archives: July 2018


Local youths win National awards

July 26th, 2018|

Two young men from the Gippsland region have recently been recognised as leaders in their chosen fields - from produce to academics. Solomon Jones, a former Gippsland Grammar student, was one of only 4 students in Australia to receive a CAS Hawker Scholarship in 2018, based on not only his sterling academic standards, but as [...]

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Amber wins bronze at World SKills

July 19th, 2018|

Lakes Entrance 21-year-old, Amber Gabelich, who currently works at GP Motors as a spray painting apprentice, won bronze in vehicle painting at the WorldSkills National Championships last month. Competing at the International Convention Centre in Sydney last month, Amber faced some of the best up and coming Australian tradespeople as part of Skills Show Australia 2018. “I was quite surprised. I didn’t [...]

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The East Gippsland Youth Art Prize

July 13th, 2018|

The East Gippsland Youth Art Prize celebrates the talents of emerging artists within the East Gippsland Shire. Entries are open now and all must be submitted by 5pm, 10 August 2018. Entry into the East Gippsland Youth Art Prize is free and open to all young people aged between 12 – 25, who live, study or work within the East Gippsland Shire. There are no limits to [...]

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Millennials Want the Same As the Rest of Us But Can’t Afford It

July 5th, 2018|

Remaining close to family and friends matters to millennials, but few can afford to buy their own home in the neighbourhoods that mean the most to them. By Julia Cook and Hernan Cuervo from the University of Melbourne. Read the article here.

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