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Sharing the joy

Point Cook youngster Hanna has started a guinea pig rental business to help local children to experience the joys of pet ownership. Hanna, 10, said...

Priority projects bid

Wyndham council has called for local rail and road projects to be included on the National Infrastructure Priority List for next year. The Infrastructure Australia...

Calls for more transparency

Lalor MP Joanne Ryan has called on the federal government to be "more transparent" about the number of people in aged care who have...

Branching out in the garden

Werribee residents Jess and Dwayne have been given a green thumbs-up by Wyndham council. The couple were last week announced as winners of the council’s...

Dumped rubbish is a bad sign

Leaving a pile of rubbish and unwanted household goods under a sign saying that illegal dumping is prohibited could be viewed as either ironic...

Booked in for top titles

The memoir of America’s former first lady, a best-seller from an Australian author and a straight-talking self-help book have become some of the most...

Community clean-up for COVID times

Residents who want to help keep Wyndham clean are facing challenges in co-ordinating activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Lisa Field – a volunteer from...

Art leaves a legacy

Six artists will have their work displayed at the Wyndham Art Gallery in an exhibition titled Legacy. Although stage four pandemic restrictions mean residents cannot...

A story to inspire

Simon Fenech says that although his biography is classified as true crime, it is actually “a tale of redemption”. Mr Fenech, who grew up in...

Candidates vie for Chaffey ward

Candidates standing for the Chaffey ward in Wyndham council’s October elections have outlined their priorities for the municipality, ranging from more jobs to improved...

Big win draws delight

The staff at Manor Lakes News & Lotto are celebrating after one of their regular customers won the top prize from an Instant Scratch-Its...

Funding boost for growing suburb

The state government will provide $2.5 million towards building a community centre with open space and sports pavilions in Tarneit’s north. The government will give...

Avatars could be new motivational tool in obesity battle

Staff from Werribee Mercy Hospital are participating in a major new research project which is investigating how digital tools can be used to help...

Population booms in Tarneit

Tarneit has experienced the largest population growth in Wyndham across a five-year period, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The ABS last month released...

New bus routes for estates

The state government has announced two new bus routes that will connect residents in Truganina and Tarneit’s west to train services. Public Transport Minister Ben...

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Pedalling in search of a cure

Werribee mother Kath Berger is pedalling 815 kilometres to raise funds for a cause close to her heart. Ms Berger’s daughter Alison – who is...