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Leisure staff shine

Two WynActive staff members have been recognised at this year’s Aquatics and Recreation Victoria’s awards. AquaPulse member relations team member, Sarah Chadwick, took out the...

New record for Hoppers

A Hoppers Crossing house with its own putting green and in-ground trampoline has sold for $1.67 million, setting a new record for the suburb. The...

Business as usual at U-Vet

The University of Melbourne says that no changes are being planned to operations or staffing levels at the U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital “at this...

Help needed to reunite family

Point Cook’s Amy Jonker is hopeful she and her five-year-old daughter Rebecca will soon be able to fly home from South Africa. Ms Jonker, her...

Get ready to explore

An Explorer Scavenger Hunt has been launched across 11 parks and reserves in Wyndham. The free Wyndham council initiative has been designed to help children...

Top gig for farmer

Werribee South egg farmer Danyel Cucinotta says she is “humbled and grateful” to be elected vice-president of the Victorian Farmers Federation. Mrs Cucinotta, 28, is...

Vandals target park

Wyndham ratepayers have forked out $1700 to clean up graffiti at a newly-upgraded Werribee skate park. One of the latest cases of vandalism included Nazi...

New family, sports centres planned

Wyndham council has awarded a $26.2 million contract to build facilities including family centres and sports fields in Truganina and Tarneit. The council announced Commercial...

Fundraiser’s street appeal

Angela, Henry and Lily are ensuring that Santa’s reindeer will have plenty of room to land at their house on Christmas Eve. Along with other...

Pre-historic park preview

Some lucky youngsters were given a sneak-peak of the highly-anticipated dinosaur-themed park in Truganina this week. Children and families living in the Stockland Grandview estate...

Driver school zone warning

Motorists are being urged to take care when driving in school zones. Within the past two weeks, Star Weekly has been contacted by local residents...

Panic over infestation

Large tumbleweeds are causing a nightmare for residents living in part of Truganina. The serrated tussock – also known as hairy panic – is being...

New home for indoor sports

A major new sports complex has officially been opened in Truganina. Badminton & Table Tennis Connect - an initiative to establish world-class inclusive, accessible and...

New plea to green the west

A state Opposition member has called for more trees to be planted across the western suburbs, including in Wyndham. Western region MP Bernie Finn made...

Dedicated volunteer inspires

Betty Parker has spent the past 40 years volunteering for Wyndham’s Meals on Wheels service and other charitable groups. Mrs Parker started delivering meals with...

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Police seek man after aggravated carjacking

Police are seeking public assistance to identify a man after an aggravated carjacking in Wyndham Vale on June 30 last year, in which the...