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Brunswick Music Festival returns as Melbourne’s multicultural mecca

BRUNSWICK Music Festival – the melting pot of live music, cuisine, and multiculturalism – is coming to Melbourne this March. Dea Putra explains what’s in store for the event. If you’re looking to…

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The Weekender: January 22 – 24

IT’S a food and drink kind of weekend! Head to Prahran for a Sausage Fest, visit South Wharf for a Pop-Up Craft Beer Garden, stop by in Richmond for its Lunar New Year celebration or trek to Yarra Valley for the inaugural Victorian Cider & Pork Festival.

Cool down this summer with Slide the City. Photo supplied.

The Weekender: January 8 – 10

SALSA your way through the hot summer, cool down with a giant slip ‘n’ slide, grab a slice of the countryside, or chill out with a free gig at three of Melbourne’s lushest gardens. See what Trinh Le has in store for this weekend.

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The Weekender: December 25 – 27

THE holiday season is here! This long Christmas and Boxing Day weekend, partake in water balloon fights, enjoy a concert at the Royal Botanic Gardens, or watch Christmas lights projections in the city. Dea Putra brings you the details for the events unfolding this weekend.

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The Weekender: December 18 – 20

SHOP your way through a warehouse of pre-loved discount clothing, marvel at iconic artworks in the NGV, watch classic anime films at the ACMI or learn about The Art of Christmas at Melbourne Central. Dea Putra guides you through this weekend’s hottest events!

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Nigerian Aibinuomo Iyiade wins International Student of the Year award for Vocational Education and Training

OVERCOMING extreme poverty, 36-year-old nursing student Hybee is now supporting young migrants experiencing hardships and challenges in Victorian communities. In a series of interviews with award winners of the 2015 Victoria International Education Awards, Nicole Tee shares Hybee’s story.

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The Weekender: December 11 – 13

THIS weekend is all about film, food, and the open air. Watch cult classics in a silent cinema, enjoy street food right al fresco, and bask in the glorious art of Star Wars. Dea Putra lets you in on the highlights for this weekend.

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The Weekender: December 4 – 6

THIS December, be prepared to splurge on exclusive and sustainable Christmas gifts, celebrate the Festival of Giving or take part in a Tango class! Siti Mokhsin highlights the events to look out for this week.

Markit@FedSquare earlier this year. Image from the event's official Facebook page.

The Weekender: November 27 – 29

KICK off holiday season with everything festive that Melbourne has to offer this weekend! A LEGO Christmas tree and Markit arts and crafts fair at Fed Square, a KitKat Studio at Melbourne Central and the Japanese Film Festival 2015 – you really couldn’t ask for more fun. Allan Tanoemarga has more.

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The Weekender: November 20 – 22

ENJOY a free BBQ, satisfy your sweet tooth at a massive bake sale, run wild with colours, and get a taste of Hispanic and Latin American culture at the Johnston Street Fiesta. Nicole Tee shares how you can make the most out of your weekend.

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The Weekender: November 6 – 8

INDULGE in good food, celebrate Diwali, shop for new kitsch items or have a night of laughs. It’s all happening this weekend as Hieu Chau brings you the highlights.

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A Celebration of Freedom: Free to Be Concert 2015

JOIN local and international artists at the Free to Be concert in St Kilda and support a great cause! Trinh Le brings you all the details of what you can expect on the night.

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Meld Magazine was incorporated as an independent not-for-profit media outlet in September 2008 to reach out to international students in Melbourne, and provide students the opportunity to gain real work experience.

Many international students live in or around the city because of the proximity to their colleges and universities, and that was where we decided to focus our efforts first. Many of us live, work and study locally too. Our editorial team is made of both local and international students, and it has worked to our advantage in providing local content in every sense of the word.

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