Posts From Lamourette Folly

Back to homepage
Lamourette Folly

Lamourette Folly

I am a graduate Journalist reporting for Macleay College in Melbourne

Harmony Week brings community youth together

Like everyone else, she has a story and she’s taking her chance to share it through her involvement in the Ballarat community. Harmony Day is about celebrating diversity and the different cultures that the world is made up of. For

Read More

Places in the heart: My long journey home

It’s been a very long time since I left my beloved African homeland, where I was born in a refugee camp. Last Christmas, I made my first visit back.

Read More

Skip Skybus and save your cash

Getting from Melbourne city to the airport takes an hour, and if you take the Skybus it’s also $36 return.

Read More

World’s priciest fungus pops up in Melbourne

As a celebrated ‘foodie’ city, it’s hardly surprising Melbourne has an annual Truffle Festival – but it’s a bit more unusual to find a stall that looks like a newspaper stand selling these delicacies right on Collins Street.

Read More

Victorian students kick off stressful exam season

It’s that time of year when Victorian year 12 students sit their final school exams with unfamiliar pens in their hands for up to three hours.

Read More

Dessert queen takes the $100k cake

A 37-year-old mother from Ballarat surprised her family and friends by taking home the first prize in Seven Network’s Zumbo’s Just Desserts competition.

Read More

Victorians welcome back their Paralympic heroes

Hundreds of cheering Victorians gathered in central Melbourne to welcome back the Australian stars from the Rio Paralympic Games.

Read More

Pub painted red, white and blue in Bulldogs spirit

A lifetime supporter of the Western Bulldogs has painted his hotel in the club’s colours of red, white and blue.

Read More