From the colourful cover to the action packed event pages, Divercity showcases the style and substance of our neighbourhoods.
Meet Abuk and Afadang who bring the colour and style of South Sudan to life through their sewing collective. A few pages later, meet Susan and Ella who are leaders in theatre. Walk along the foreshore and you might stumble across David, a mathematician and artist reimagining paintings from the 19th century.
Plus there’s a pond built by volunteers near a 700 year old tree with a great Indigenous story. There’s also a snap of eco-teens exploring the reefs of Point Ormond with the Port Philip EcoCentre team.
And now there are more ways to better deal with e-waste – that ever growing collection of unwanted stuff we have in our houses, like old phone chargers, routers and alike.