Counting blessings in Bendigo

Danu Ransarani is on her lunch break in Rosalind Park. It’s a place she retreats to most days for the peace and quiet and sense of community; a little microcosm of everything she’s come to love about Bendigo. The graduate accountant from Sri Lanka was studying and living in Melbourne, having quit her job in... Continue Reading →

Chinese whispers from business alumnus

Glenn Harvey is really bad at keeping secrets. Best coffee in Bendigo? He’ll tell you. Most picturesque cycling track? Just ask him. City’s quirkiest pocket? That’d be Chancery Lane. It’s here we meet the City of Greater Bendigo’s tourism marketing manager. It’s been a busy week of spilling the beans for the La Trobe alumnus;... Continue Reading →

Home campus fosters talent

Scott Woodman is only halfway through his studies, and he’s about to test his expertise in the epicentre of Bendigo’s development… but first he’s helping out with open day. The second-year Bachelor of Business student and A-Grade Golden Square cricketer is majoring in accounting. Last year he interned at Bendigo accountancy firm AFS Associates and this semester... Continue Reading →

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