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Carjacking in Tarneit

Police are investigating a carjacking that occurred in Tarneit yesterday, in which a man was allegedly threatened with a knife. Investigators have been told...

Wyndham growing pains

A new report from Infrastructure Victoria says that without immediate government investment, Wyndham’s population growth will outstrip demand for vital community facilities in the...

Planting green ideas

Monika Sharma says she loves to share her gardening ideas and tips with others. Mrs Sharma said she became a keen gardener after moving to...

New early learning centre

Construction of a new early learning service in Tarneit, which will have 220 kindergarten places available next year, has been completed. Tarneit MP Sarah Connolly...

Cricket facility’s expansion not supported by council

Wyndham council has received an application to amend a planning permit involving expansion of the cricket training facility at 27B Apex Drive, Truganina. The amendment...

Charity cycle to help children with cancer

Point Cook father-of-three Jimmy Venegas is aiming to cycle more than 1141 kilometres this month to raise funds for children fighting cancer. Mr Venegas said...

Wyndham man among COVID death tally

A Wyndham man aged in his seventies is among the 13 people who have died from the coronavirus in Victoria, across the past 48...

Alexandra Parker-Gruenberg wanted by police

Alexandra Parker-Gruenberg is wanted by police for theft and failing to answer bail. Two warrants have been issued for her arrest. Parker-Gruenberg, 28, is known to...

Thanking MCH nurses for tireless work

Wyndham council has acknowledged the tireless work of its Maternal Child Health (MCH) nurses who have been helping new parents and families during the...

Rare antelopes born at Werribee Zoo

Two rare Scimitar-horned oryx calves, a species of antelope that is extinct in the wild, have been born at Werribee Open Range Zoo. The two...

Village tables a generous donation

Residents from a Werribee retirement home have donated a large amount of food to a charity that helps people doing it tough to put...

Career in child protection ‘an absolute privilege’

Emily Ellis says that making a difference in the lives of families is a major reason why she loves working in child protection. Miss Ellis...

Tarneit Students pushed for Mental Health Confidentiality in midst of Lockdown

After extended lockdowns, Tarneit Senior College students are advocating for greater mental health confidentiality. Kushi Parikh, Lorrisjunior Pati, Namagembe Mwakasungura, Hazel Dua, Naufal Juman and...

United’s support for business

Western United is hoping to give back to the community and a local business that has really struggled throughout the pandemic. The club on Friday...

Werribee Zoo’s primate troop devour ‘fairy floss’ flowers

Spring has stirred up seasonal treats at Werribee Open Range Zoo, with its resident troop of Vervet monkeys finding one particular wattle blossom absolutely irresistible. While...

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Recycling upgrade is a wrap

Waste management company Cleanaway has invested more than $1 million in its Laverton North material recovery facility (MRF) centre to increase its ability to...