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Protecting Bendigo’s multicultural heritage

Led by an Old Melburnian, Bendigo’s Golden Dragon Museum is much more than a home for cultural artefacts.

Seeking the Holy Grail of artificial intelligence 

Fuelled by curiosity, Hon Weng Chong is on a path to revolutionise digital intelligence, right here in Melbourne.

Family and community drive Geelong star’s success

Geelong full-forward Tom Hawkins knows success comes in many forms, and that behind each achievement is the effort of a whole community.

Finding success by following a craving

Natasha Chiam’s entrepreneurial spirit has taken her from market stall owner to leader of an international brand.

A Paralympian’s insights on perseverance

After trying numerous options at Melbourne Grammar, Paralympian James Millar decided skiing would be his sport, and went on to represent his country.

Congratulations to our Winter Olympians

Three Old Melburnians represented Australia at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

Creating the look for superheroes and everyday heroes

With a job that involves working on blockbuster sets, Anna de Meyrick says organisation is key to her creativity.

Building opportunity in a high-pressure world

A pragmatic attitude defines the work of an Old Melburnian whose photography now appears on the cover of Vogue.

New models of service and success

Our new OM Council President continues to be guided by Melbourne Grammar values and the confidence he gained at our School.

A change in Foundation leadership

Julian Smith (OM 1975) is the new President of the Melbourne Grammar School Foundation.