• On The Cover

    Our model, Kathryn Mackenzie, dons the perfect autumn ensemble. Photographed by David Field, Kathryn wears a Dior-like silk jacket in burnt orange, which she had made in Hanoi, and a hat by Ali Blood, from the Bendigo Hat Shop.

  • In a cultural class of its own

    St Peter’s Primary School embraces inclusion and thanks to its Koori education support officer, has the highest percentage of indigenous students in Bendigo. Writer: Dianne Dempsey – Photographer: Andrew Perryman You can feel it in the air as soon as you walk through the school’s portal. There is magic at St Peter’s primary school and [...]

  • A madam and her muse

    Inspired by a renowned artist from a century ago, Kathryn Mackenzie boldly made the decision to follow her heart and bring colour and vintage to her life. Kathryn’s decision has made her a style icon within and beyond the city’s borders. Writer: Lauren Mitchell – Photographer: David Field This is the tale of two women, [...]

  • Nuclear imaging

    Sixty years after the black mist rained on Maralinga burning people and country, Australia’s nuclear history is being made visible through art. Writer: Sarah Harris – Photographer: David Field Jessie Boylan may just be proof of the adage that activists and artists are born rather than made, entering the world under not so much a [...]

  • Volunteers set benchmark

    For three years running, they’ve been crowned Victoria’s champion urban fire brigade in terms of speed and skill. Meet the team of fast responders from Kangaroo Flat… Writer: Raelee Tuckerman – Photographer: David Field VOLUNTEERS tear down the track, hauling hose and clinking couplings in an urgent display of firemanship. But there are no flames [...]

  • Lost in a world of fiction

    From flawed heroes to disgusting villains, author Katrina Nannestad’s series of children’s books might be ‘innocent’, but it is certainly not dull. Writer: Sue Turpie – Photographer: David Field When asked how she became an author, Katrina says, “it’s always such a hard question. It is like the question ‘where did you get the idea [...]

On The Cover

On The Cover 0

Our model, Kathryn Mackenzie, dons the perfect autumn ensemble. Photographed by David Field, Kathryn wears a Dior-like silk jacket in burnt orange, which she had made in Hanoi, and a hat by Ali Blood, from the Bendigo Hat Shop.

In a cultural class of its own

In a cultural class of its own 0

St Peter’s Primary School embraces inclusion and thanks to its Koori education support officer, has the highest percentage of indigenous students in Bendigo. Writer: Dianne Dempsey – Photographer: Andrew Perryman You can feel it in the air as soon as you walk through the school’s portal. There is magic at St Peter’s primary school and [...]

A madam and her muse

A madam and her muse 0

Inspired by a renowned artist from a century ago, Kathryn Mackenzie boldly made the decision to follow her heart and bring colour and vintage to her life. Kathryn’s decision has made her a style icon within and beyond the city’s borders. Writer: Lauren Mitchell – Photographer: David Field This is the tale of two women, [...]

Nuclear imaging

Nuclear imaging 0

Sixty years after the black mist rained on Maralinga burning people and country, Australia’s nuclear history is being made visible through art. Writer: Sarah Harris – Photographer: David Field Jessie Boylan may just be proof of the adage that activists and artists are born rather than made, entering the world under not so much a [...]

Volunteers set benchmark

Volunteers set benchmark 0

For three years running, they’ve been crowned Victoria’s champion urban fire brigade in terms of speed and skill. Meet the team of fast responders from Kangaroo Flat… Writer: Raelee Tuckerman – Photographer: David Field VOLUNTEERS tear down the track, hauling hose and clinking couplings in an urgent display of firemanship. But there are no flames [...]