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Women’s health session to be held in Wyndham

Women’s health will be the topic of an information session at Victoria University’s Werribee campus next month. The women’s health information session is a joint...

Werribee’s ‘fantastic’ 100 club

As Australia's population ages and medical advances continue, the chances of living to or past 100 are also increasing. But what are the chances...

Wyndham Vale teen one of two charged following road rage incident

A 16-year-old Wyndham Vale boy was one of two people charged after an alleged road rage incident on Saturday. Police have been told the...

Funding pressure looms

Neighbourhood houses, including those in Wyndham, may be forced to cut back services if they don't receive a funding increase a state opposition MP...

Damien’s Dianella display

The work of artist, photographer and urban planner Damien Laing will be on display in Wyndham next month when his exhibition, ‘Second Nature’ opens...

Rare species born at zoo

Werribee Open Range Zoo is celebrating the birth of five precious scimitar-horned oryx calves – a rare species of antelope that was once teetering...

Call to name our silent killer: heatwaves

The Climate Council is calling for heatwaves to be named, similar to how we name tropical cyclones, as a way of raising awareness and...

Bees into decider

It wasn’t one for the light-hearted on Saturday, with Werribee getting over the line against Bacchus Marsh in a thriller in the Bowls Victorian...

Tigers locked in

Werribee has locked itself into the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association’s top six following its win over fellow finals side Spotswood. After bowling last week, the...

Werribee in Smith’s blood

Western Jets’ reigning best and fairest winner Jake Smith is now the third person in his family to call Chirnside Park home. The young...

WRFL’s new umpiring academy

The Western Region Football League Umpires association is set to launch its fourth umpiring academy. The association has been running three academies MacKillop College...

Suns launch women’s footy

On the back of two premierships for their men’s teams the Suns are launching their inaugural women’s football program for the 2024 Western Region...

Like father like son for Pavlidis

Young gun Jaelen Pavlidis has enriched his family’s legacy at the Werribee Football Club arriving at Chirnside Park almost three decades after his father...

Hoppers Crossing Secondary College is a dynamic school,

Hoppers Crossing Secondary College is a dynamic school, where students are presented with boundless opportunities throughout their schooling journey. We place great emphasis on...

Treat hospitality staff with respect

Summer can be a great time for dining out, but it can be a hetic and difficult time for those working in kitchens and...

Spruce up your outdoor living areas

As we approach the warmer months and the summer festive season, you may notice that your outdoor area is looking a little worse for...

Operation Roadwise targets main causes of road crashes

During the 2023 Christmas Holiday break Victoria Police will be conducting road policing Operation Roadwise from December 15 to January 1. The operation aims to...

Carolin’s powerful journey through aged care

At Heritage Care, we help residents meet their specific care needs through a person-centred approach that uses the skills and experience of our staff, technology, lifestyle...

Plastic and reconstructive surgery available in Werribee

Are you considering plastic surgery? Experienced specialist plastic surgeon Dr Broughton Snell offers consultations in Werribee at St Vincent’s Private Hospital. Situated in the heart...

Vaccination rate decrease a concern

Cancer Council Victoria is reminding parents about the importance of vaccinating their children against the human papillomavirus (HPV), as new data shows HPV vaccine...

CFA’s warning ahead of more hot days

Emergency services Victoria is urging all Victorians, including those in Wyndham, to remain vigiliant ahead of fire warnings. This week will present another day of...

Shingles awareness

Ahead of Shingles Awareness Week, new research commissioned has revealed that Australians aged 50-79, including those in Wyndham, have limited understanding of shingles. Shingles...

Getting on with disaster cleanup

A lead contractor has been appointed for the federal and state government’s coordinated cleanup of the aftermath of recent fires and storms. Disaster recovery specialist...

Libraries grants open

The state government is supporting local libraries, including those in Wyndham, to deliver more programs and spaces, upgrade facilities and provide mobile library vans. Local...

Pharmacy pilot expands

Victorians, including those in Wyndham, who are seeking treatment for mild and common skin conditions will soon be able to access the care they...

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Damien’s Dianella display

The work of artist, photographer and urban planner Damien Laing will be on display in Wyndham next month when his exhibition, ‘Second Nature’ opens...

Tigers locked in