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Turning over a new leaf

Wyndham has the lowest level of green coverage in the nation, according to a new report. RMIT University and Greener Spaces Better Places – an...

Siblings set sail

Point Cook siblings Atticus and Ashlea are making a splash in the world of sailing. The brother and sister, who are aged 12 and 10...

Adele Hegedich to lead council

Cr Adele Hegedich will serve as mayor of Wyndham for the next 12 months. The Harrison ward councillor is in her third term on council...

Room to grow

A group of students from Point Cook Senior Secondary College has created an indigenous habitat garden. Personal development skills (PDS) teacher Tom Noonan said VCAL...

Find your inner artist

Werribee’s first “paint and sip experience” has been launched in Watton Street. Social Artist co-owner Chris Black said the idea behind the business was for...

COVID check-in made easy

Hoppers Crossing man Vig Vaidianathan has helped to develop a method which allows businesses to quickly and simply collect visitors’ details for COVID-19 contact-tracing...

Popular farmgate reopens

The world’s largest barramundi hatchery, which is located in Werribee, has re-opened its farmgate pop-up store. MainStream Aquaculture’s headquarters is home to a selective fish...

An open pantry

An early childhood education service in Wyndham has set up a community pantry to help residents doing it tough. The Nido Early School Wyndham Vale...

Fight to keep JobSeeker

Wyndham resident Caryn Hearsch is calling on the federal government not to reduce JobSeeker payments back to the pre-pandemic rate next March. Ms Hearsch, a...

‘Fine educator’ remembered

Tributes are flowing for long-serving Westbourne Grammar School teacher Jim Mitchell after he passed away recently. Mr Mitchell worked at the school for 31 years,...

Running for a cause

Wyndham Vale woman Madeleine Yahya is on the run to raise funds and awareness for a cause close to her heart. Ms Yahya’s first child,...

Road upgrades fast tracked

Thirteen streets will be upgraded under Wyndham council’s $11.75 million local roads program. Construction has commenced on a full reconstruction of King Street, Werribee. The project...

My Wyndham: Leanne Down

Point Cook’s Leanne Down is chief executive of the Werribee Hospital Foundation. She chats with Alesha Capone. How long have you lived in Point Cook...

Football club’s pokies bid

Werribee Football Club is proposing to build a $12 million licensed venue with 70 electronic gaming machines in Truganina. The application is listed on the...

End of an era

By Goya Dmytryshchak The little rink that could, can no more. It is the end of an era with the closure of one of Melbourne’s original...

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Room to grow

A group of students from Point Cook Senior Secondary College has created an indigenous habitat garden. Personal development skills (PDS) teacher Tom Noonan said VCAL...

An open pantry