A St Albans author is all smiles because a book she co-edited has been shortlisted for a national award. Amra Pajalic and Victoria University lecturer Demet Divaroren spent two years working on Coming of Age: Growing up Muslim in Australia, which explores the experiences of 12 people – including a… Read More

YOUNG Soraya is Brimbank’s very own bat girl. The St Albans Secondary College year 12 student received a scholarship from the Earthwatch Institute to go on a week-long “bat expedition” in Castlemaine. Soraya said she applied for the scholarship after being encouraged to do so by her teacher Ms Mortimer.… Read More

MEET the material girls from St Albans Secondary College who are on the cutting edge of fashion. Three students from the school – My, Lanuola and Harmony – were selected as finalists in a Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival student competition. The trio were listed among 20 young finalists from… Read More

Employment Opportunities at St Albans Secondary College St Albans Secondary College values diversity and is committed to workforce diversity and equal opportunity in our school. The college recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplace is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity… Read More

Last Tuesday, Brimbank Council presented Adhieu Kuir, Diana Le and My Nguyen with certificates of recognition, after they won several prizes at the Fashion Awards Australia finals. Year 12 student Adhieu Kuir placed third in the contest’s long gown section and second in the cocktail category. Diana Le, 17, came… Read More

Maima Massaquoi and Adhieu Kuir, both 18, have organised a runway show for the event on Sunday in St Albans. Multicultural Arts Victoria and Brimbank City Council will present the third annual Emerge festival, featuring the artistic talents of residents from multiethnic and refugee backgrounds. Maima and Adhieu’s fashion show… Read More