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Kellie

Lives in Traralgon

I love the Latrobe Valley because it feels like one big family that when in need, bands together to support and protect one another. So often I see local businesses banding together to assist one another, in order achieve a positive outcome. Especially when it comes to fundraising for a good cause or a family / individual in need. We are home to some pretty remarkable humans here in LV.

Kellie

Lives in Traralgon

I love the Latrobe Valley because it feels like one big family that when in need, bands together to support and protect one another. So often I see local businesses banding together to assist one another, in order achieve a positive outcome. Especially when it comes to fundraising for a good cause or a family / individual in need. We are home to some pretty remarkable humans here in LV.

Say Salam Alaikum to Noaka!
Lives in Moe

Salam Alaikum.

Noaka – Arabic

 

There are benefits to having a large family, particularly when it comes to adapting to a new home.

Born in Egypt, Noaka moved to Australia with her Sudanese family in 2005 at the age of five.

Upon their arrival, the family did not speak…

Say Yassou to Evriviades!
Lives in Morwell/Moe

Yassou.

Evriviades – Greek

From a week of fasting and a day of collective mourning, to midnight mass and a lavish Sunday feast, Easter or ‘Páscha’ is an occasion for social connection like no other for the Greek community.

For Evriviades Aristotelous, such traditions…

Say Bongu to Charlie!
Lives in Morwell

Bongu.

Carmello – Maltese

 

From Carmello of Malta to Charlie of Morwell, language and identity have long gone hand-in-hand for Charlie Mallia.

Raised in Msida, a harbour town located near Malta’s capital city, Valletta, Charlie emigrated to Australia with his wife, Maria, and their two sons, Kevin and Dion,…