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Bomb threat: Hoppers Crossing trains suspended

UPDATE: A major freeway exit has been shut down and a train line has been suspended due to a bomb threat in Hoppers Crossing. Police...

Werribee: Car carrying young girl crashes into house

A car carrying a young girl has careered into a house in Werribee, smashing through two rooms. It is understood the SUV ploughed through the...

Wyndham Vale lake tragedy: Mum too heartbroken to go home

LATEST: The mother of three children who died after their car plunged into a Wyndham Vale lake is too heartbroken to return home, their grieving father says. Akon...

Wyndham Vale: Three children die after car plunges into lake

UPDATE: Lake Gladman in Wyndham Vale was once a place where children played and fed ducks. On Thursday it became a memorial to three young...

Eagle Stadium: The Rec Centre’s new name sparks backlash

A community backlash has erupted over Eagle Stadium, Wyndham council’s new name for the indoor courts at Werribee sports and fitness centre. As revealed by...

Paid parking on agenda in Werribee city centre | Poll

Paid parking is being considered as an option to relieve rising congestion in the Werribee city centre. Wyndham council is surveying residents about their parking...

Werribee Police Station to get 10 new officers

Police numbers in Wyndham are to receive a small boost with 10 officers to be added to Werribee police station. The officers will be added...

Point Cook Action Group steps up push for schools

Point Cook residents are being urged to write to state Education Minister James Merlino to highlight the need for new prep-year 9 and years...

Jobless stress hits hard as Werribee reaches 10.2% unemployment

Werribee has the third-highest number of unemployed residents in Victoria, new figures reveal. Small-area labour market statistics from the federal employment department show that 1984...

Police vision for breaking down barriers is paying off

A new program aimed at breaking down barriers between young people and police in Wyndham and across the western suburbs is paying dividends. The Vision:...

Point Cook couple caught in Vanuatu’s Cyclone Pam

Hell on earth … that’s how some have described being caught in Cyclone Pam – one of the worst natural disasters in the history...

Poppies from hands, heart for World War 1 project

Wyndham librarian Elizabeth Arkles (below) is surrounded by some of the 1675 handmade poppies donated by Wyndham residents as part of Melbourne’s 5000 Poppies...

Garden delights for Woodville Primary School pupils

Grade 3 and 4 pupils at Woodville Primary School are rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty. The pupils have spent the past...

‘The Rec’ turns into Eagle Stadium as redevelopment grows

The Eagle has landed in Wyndham and it’s bound to set feathers flying. Since it was first opened in 1978, the Werribee sports and fitness...

Get in now for next year’s Wyndham kindergarten places

Wyndham parents are being encouraged to submit their applications for kindergarten places for 2016 to ensure they are included in the first round of...

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Room to grow

A group of students from Point Cook Senior Secondary College has created an indigenous habitat garden. Personal development skills (PDS) teacher Tom Noonan said VCAL...

An open pantry