Professor Paul Grabowsky, Executive Director at MAPA in Robert Blackwood Hall Monash.
Silent disco with all the lights and no sound....unless you have headphones on.
Brooke from Bold and Beautiful on the set of Neighbours.
Noel Tovey, 82 was a famous dancer and Aboriginal activist. Recently he lost his leg due to complications after a bout with cancer.
Edithvale mother and daughter Victoria and Georgina Oxley both candidates in the same seat in the last State election have a bit of fun pretending to fight each other.
The NCJWA in Caulfield presented Rosie Batty with a cheque for more than $10k for the Luke Batty Foundation.
Performers in the Emerge festival in Dandenong.
Mark Clothier from Concern Australia Welfare and Nicole Beadle who is doing a autobody repair technology course.
Coburg actor Noray Neberay is performing in the upcoming production of The Exonerated
Courtney Devine Boxing sports star at Integrate gym in Caulfield.
Ella Hamilton does felt work and costume design work from her studio in Ferny Creek.
News man Peter Hitchener is visited some school kids at South Oakleigh Secondary College to help inspire them in their career choices. Hitchener speaking to ex student Lachlan Burgin.
The Flavours Food Bites group will be at the Oakleigh Music Festival Sarita Kulkarni spoons food into the blindfolded Nika Suwarish while they both listen to different sounds on their headphones.
Josh Gibson, Hawthorn footballer at his new restaurant, Brighton Schoolhouse Cafe.
Michael Long, retired Essendon football star with Fiona Richardson, MP State Labor Member for Northcote.
Hampton Park firefighter Will Hinde climbed Eureka Tower in full gear.
Olivia and Nikolas at Orchard Grove Primary School with Principal Glenda Schubert's new dog, Ruby, who has been specially bought and trained to be in the school.
Father Bob Maguire in his charity headquarters in Albert Park.
Thomas Beck escaped from a Nazi prison in 1944, leaving his love Edith Grieman behind. Their story has been made into a film which was shown at the Jewish Film Festival in Melbourne.
Garden lovers have a unique opportunity to visit Melbourne’s most magnificent private gardens when they open to the public to raise funds for Very Special Kids. VSK Max 15 and sister Mollie 7 in Malvern.