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A new project in partnership with the Waverley Council and Sustainability Council has recently been unveiled.

The “Film Project” is a public education campaign for children and youth seeking to understand what films are and how they are made.

Through the use of interactive activities, the film project will demonstrate how films are made and the materials used. It will also teach participants about the importance of using film for different purposes, including for film making.

In addition to that, the “Film Project” will also help to raise awareness of film making.

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The goal, according to the council, is to make people aware of how they can make a difference in the world by creating films.

The money raised will be donated to projects that promote arts and literacy in the inner city.

Anyone interested in applying for the grant is asked to register and provide a contact and address for the council, and where the project is in their area.

For further information contact the film project team on 0414 228 0780, or via email.

To view footage of the last presentation of this project, click here.

A man who claims to be the son of a man who murdered his own sister has been arrested in connection with the death of her brother.

Police were called about 2pm to the residence of 28-year-old Josephine Sallam in Hargrave Road, Basingstoke.

It is suspected she died after being stabbed by a man who then barricaded himself inside the cottage.

Her brother Daniel Sallam, 28, lived in that house and later moved out of it.

He was not at home when police arrived.

When asked by officers how long he had been at home, he replied: “How long did you say, three or four days?”


Officers asked him if he had left the house. He replied he had just been leaving work and was standing in a field at the time of the incident.

He denied knowing the man who murdered his sister, according to a police interview.

Mr Sallam is alleged to have said: “I just do things and I don’t know anything about it.”

A 44-year-old man from Pave Creek, Leicestershire, has been charged and remains on bail until June 28.

He has been given bail under the terms of Section 2 of the Mental Health Act and his lawyer is currently representing him

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