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Mural celebrates tower’s history

A disused concrete water tower in the Werribee CBD has been turned into an art exhibition. A partnership between the state government, Arts Assist and...

A platform for youth

Mission Australia wants Wyndham youth to have their say in the Christian charity's annual survey. Now in its 20th year, the survey is the largest...

Survey looks at pet peeves

Wyndham council is calling on the 28,000 dog and cat owners in the municipality to provide feedback on its draft Domestic Animal Management Plan...

Farm safety ‘a priority’

WorkSafe has launched a new campaign to let farmers know that “it’s never you, until it is”. The six week advertising campaign has launched across...

Jazz showcase

A Point Cook local and her jazz band are returning to the stage with a show at Hepburn Springs. Ash Watson and the Bluetone Assembly...

Young designers in the spotlight

Victoria’s best and brightest design students from the graduating 2020 VCE cohort are being showcased in the annual 'Top Designs' exhibition at Melbourne Museum....

Back in the swing of things

Playgrounds have long been a place for children to get outdoors and have some fun, but last year highlighted even more their importance as...

Spreading Easter joy

Hoppers Crossing Shopping Centre has given back to the community this Easter. To help those doing it tough, the centre has donated non-perishable food and...

Police impound vehicles as part of Operation Nexus

A 15-year-old boy allegedly driving dangerously and under the influence of alcohol was among those caught during a police Easter road blitz. A Hoppers Crossing...

COVID fragments found in wastewater in western suburbs

Residents in Hoppers Crossing, Tarneit, Truganina and Werribee are being urged to be on high alert after viral fragments of COVID-19 were detected in...

Mercy Health administers thousandth COVID jab

A Werribee Mercy Hospital staff member has received the thousandth dose of COVID-19 vaccine for the site. Nurse unit manager Kate Bermingham was chosen to...

Keepers of history

Today, the Royal Australian Air Force marks 100 years of service to Australia – a date especially important to the Point Cook RAAF base,...

Research from the heart

A Tarneit resident is taking part in a genetic heart study after her brother was discovered to have a fully blocked artery, with no...

School’s ’cultural tapestry’ celebrated

Saltwater College last week celebrated the uniqueness of its pupils for Harmony Day. The day is dedicated to highlighting cultural diversity in Australia. Performing arts director...

Out from COVID cloud

One year after opening its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, Riverdale Village Shopping Centre in Tarneit has finally been able to hold a celebration...

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‘Iditoic’ drivers caught

Police detected 205 traffic offences in Wyndham during a five-day operation aimed at reducing road trauma across the Easter long weekend. Across the municipality, police...

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