TWiSK reaches 350 editions

TWiSK: This Week in St Kilda has reached the 350 edition milestone after making it’s first post in February 2016.
TWiSK provides a great list of local events in arts, music and community alongside local news and updates on local politics.
Now with a solid subscriber base and over 1,000 devoted local readers, TWiSK has joined LINA (Local Independent News Association) and added a paid subscription option to help maintain the independence of the newsletter.
Subscriber supported independent local media
TWiSK creator Greg Day said subscriber supported publications enjoyed greater independence than advertising or grants provided.
TWiSK is published every Sunday @ 7 pm.
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August Divercity: Neighbours, sharing, craft and connecting

Edunity Divercity cover August 2013 City of Port PhillipDivercity readers are a happy bunch

In the April/May issue we ran a reader survey to see what you thought of our magazine. We received 280 survey responses and it seems that you like us (excellent to good 87.3%). You thought paper ruled over online (91.2%) and your favourite part was Neighbourhood News (78.3%). Thank you to those who took the time to help us provide a better community newsletter. Winners of the Readings vouchers will be notified by mail.

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Latest Divercity celebrates every family

The June/July Divercity celebrates every family. From ballet bubs to the new Bubup Nairm Childrens’ Centre, Divercity looks at some ways that families are making the most of living in Port Phillip. Readers can win one of three Luna Park family passes by telling us about their favourite playground in Port Phillip. Read Divercity from your letterbox or online here

Divercity June/July 2013 cover

The June/July edition of Divercity celebrates every family.