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Brimbank Youth Services

A service provided by Brimbank City Council

Media & Publicity

Brimbank Youth Services has had many media articles in local papers, and we make sure young people’s talents and leadership are shared with the community.

  • Life After Year 12


    The Brimbank Youth Ambassadors hosted a mini-youth forum at Sunshine Library with the aim to provide a space for students from years 10-12 to have their questions answered about a range of topics related to life after Highschool. Download the article to read more.

  • New Change Breaking News


    St Albans resident and student Achol Kiir, 20, worked with Sudanese-born Australians to create a film exposing the way Sudanese young people are frequently portrayed in the media. Download article to read more.

  • Westside Pasifika


    Martha Metuisela was born and raised in Melbourne’s west. But her parents are from Tonga and she feels a strong connection to the island nation and its traditions.
    It was due to the pull of her ancestors that Ms Metuisela co-founded a group called Westside Pasifika about a year ago. Download the article to read more.

  • Youth Ambassadors


    Mehak Shiekh will apply to become one of Brimbank council’s first ever youth ambassadors. The Council has 15 positions available to young people aged 15-25 years. Ms Shiekh, 20, hopes to use the role as a platform to improve young peoples’ chances of securing a job, and increasing the number of young volunteers. Download the article to read more.

  • Push Start


    Tyna Gi hasn’t made her mind up yet, but she’s thinking she’ll serenade the judging panel with an Alicia Keys tune. Download the article to read more.

  • Deer Park Youth Festival & Sole Movement - Walk In My Shoes


    Youth ruled at Brimbank last week at a series of musical events to celebrate National Youth Week, organised and run by young residents. Download the article to read more.

  • B-Confident


    Teenagers and young adults from Brimbank have spoken up. Between Tuesday and Thursday (January 19-21) a group of youths aged between 15 and 20 years old took part in the B-Confident program at the Visy Cares Hub in Sunshine. Download the article to read more.

  • St Albans Mural


    A colourful mural aiming to deter vandals is ready to welcome people to St Albans. Download the article to read more.