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Kindness shines through

Acts of kindness and generosity are shining through as the coronavirus health emergency brings out the best in the Wyndham community. Offers to do shopping,...

GP calls for calm

A Werribee doctor is asking patients to be “calm and sensible” as GPs work to clear crowded waiting rooms during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr Saad...

Retailers at home at the manor

More than a dozen retailers, from beauty salons to fast food, are now confirmed to move into the super-sized Manor Lakes Central. The finishing touches...

Search for Legends player

The Little River Cricket Club is appealing for community help in tracking down a past player named Robert Day. During celebrations for the club’s 150th...

Historic boatshed for sale

By Alesha Capone A Werribee South boatshed, which has been in the same family for 40 years, is now on the market. A licence for...

Urgent call to fix intersection

Wyndham council is calling on the state government to urgently fund the installation of traffic lights at one of the municipality's "most dangerous intersections". Mayor...

Rabbit creations are sew good

Young Tahlia has followed in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother, hopping into the business of creativity. The 11-year-old Point Cook resident handmakes small...

Mum who drove into lake to be re-sentenced

A mother who intentionally drove her car into a Wyndham Vale lake, which resulted in the deaths of three of her children, will be...

Crime soars in Wyndham

By Alesha Capone An increased number of assaults, sexual assaults, robberies and burglaries reported in Wyndham last year has driven a 15.9 per cent rise...

Coronavirus takes a toll

The impact of the coronavirus is continuing to ripple through the community, with events cancelled and services impacted across the municipality. Wyndham council announced last...

Time to think local

Shopping locally is one way to help Wyndham businesses remain afloat, as measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 come into force. Samuel Fragapane,...

Council’s COVID care package

Wyndham council has announced a $5 million stimulus package to help support businesses and retain jobs during the coronavirus pandemic. Under the plan, which...

Group home invasion, burglaries

Police have charged a man after they were called to a report that up to 20 people forced their way into a house, and...

Eight youths face charges following thefts from gyms

Eight youths have been arrested following an investigation into a series of crimes linked to thefts from fitness centres in the western suburbs. Victoria...

Man stabbed in Werribee

A man has allegedly been stabbed near Station Place, Werribee this morning. The alleged incident took place shortly after 11am. A man allegedly stabbed another man,...

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Businesses on the brink

The statewide lockdown is taking a massive toll on Wyndham businesses. As businesses were forced to shut up shop last week as a result of...

New ways to see art