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3029, 3030 among top postcodes for active cases

The number of active COVID-19 cases diagnosed in Wyndham residents has risen by more than 200 cases within a week. Wyndham residents have been diagnosed...

Police find $150,000 worth of goods

Police have found beauty products, baby formula, cosmetics and other items valued in excess of $150,000 at residential properties, as part of an investigation...

Road works, buses replacing trains

There will be several road closures across the west this weekend and beyond, and also disruptions to train travel, as works take place. With stage...

Wetlands in the frame

The Cheetham Wetlands covers 420 hectares of artificial and natural lagoons, on the site of an old saltworks. The wetlands, which are located across the...

Running for charity

Hoppers Crossing resident Bol Mathiang is putting his best foot forward for The Fred Hollows Foundation. Mr Mathiang, 28, is participating in Fred’s Big Run,...

Connecting the community

Adrian Chng is helping to strengthen community connections during the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Chng is founder and administrator of the Melbourne Western Suburbs Coronaforum Facebook...

RAAF history uncovered

A project has started to digitally record a trove of significant Royal Australian Air Force documents, many of which have been locked away for...

Kicking goals in women’s sport

Wyndham council is calling for nominations of individuals and clubs which have made a difference to girls’ and women's sport, for a recognition program. The...

Rubbish dump reporting on the rise

One of Wyndham council’s senior directors says there has been an increase in residents reporting issues such as rubbish dumping, abandoned vehicles and eyesore...

Stamp duty savings add up

Property buyers in Wyndham have saved millions in stamp duty since the state government launched its Homes for Victorians program three years ago. The program...

Sports clubs feel pandemic pain

Sports clubs across the nation will require funding of more than $1.2 billion to help them survive the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Holiday house COVID breaches concern council

Wyndham council will conduct a review into ways it may be able to hold short-term rental accommodation providers to account. A council spokesperson last week...

New train services

The state government has introduced 10 new train services on the Werribee line. They're part of hundreds of new train and tram services added to...

Support a call away

Residents experiencing loneliness or social disconnection due to coronavirus will receive support via a hotline funded by the state government. Altona MP Jill Hennessy,...

Man sentenced over armed robbery

A man who pleaded guilty to a charge of armed robbery has been sentenced to six months' jail. However, after already serving 177 days in...

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Running for charity

Hoppers Crossing resident Bol Mathiang is putting his best foot forward for The Fred Hollows Foundation. Mr Mathiang, 28, is participating in Fred’s Big Run,...