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Open house for art

Local artists will have their work shown in a free digital exhibition at the Wyndham Art Gallery. Presented by Wyndham council, OPEN HOUSE will run...

Cats sell Point Cook hotel

The Geelong Football Club has sold The Brook hotel in Point Cook to the Melbourne Racing Club. Geelong FC chief executive Brian Cook described the...

My Wyndham: Sasha Deenathayalan

Sasha Deenathayalan, 18, was announced as a recipient of the One Wyndham award last month. Every month, Wyndham council selects a resident aged between...

Woman found unconscious on street

A woman has been found unconscious in a residential Tarneit street this afternoon. The woman, who is believed to be aged in her forties, was...

New police station push

A Wyndham Vale father, who is concerned about rising crime in the suburb, has launched a petition calling for a police station to built...

Robot masters

Six pupils from Werribee Primary School are celebrating after winning a top tech award. The youngsters – from the school’s robotics team, the Watt Wasps...

Plenty of fun in Hollywood

Mark Samual Bonanno has enjoyed every step of his journey from Werribee to Hollywood. Bonanno – a member of the comedy group Aunty Donna, along...

New rules for COVIDSafe summer

Victorian pandemic restrictions have been eased until the end of January as part of a “COVIDSafe Summer” plan. Premier Daniel Andrews announced the changes, which...

Summer asthma warning

Healthcare experts have urged Australians with asthma to get have an action plan in case their illness flares up this summer. According to Asthma Australia,...

Obey parking time limits: Mayor

Wyndham council is asking motorists to obey parking time limits in the city centre, to help support local businesses as they emerge from COVID-19...

Thieves stole Christmas

Police are investigating the theft of an inflatable Christmas decoration from the front garden of a Hoppers Crossing house last month. Two men rode a...

Tributes for fire volunteer

Tributes are flowing for long-serving Werribee Fire Brigade member Ken Heddle, who passed away this month. Ken, who served in the brigade for 57 years,...

Gifts that keep giving

Handmade blankets, toys and baby clothing are among the many items which Kathy MacKendrick is selling to raise funds for the Werribee Hospital Foundation. Kathy...

Trial’s heart health focus

A not-for-profit medical research institute in Hoppers Crossing is looking for 400 senior citizens with type 2 diabetes to take part in an important...

Concern over law change

The Opposition and Police Association of Victoria have raised concerns about the state government’s plan to decriminalise public drunkenness. According to the Crime Statistics Agency,...

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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...