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Bet limit an answer to Wyndham’s pokies problems

A Melbourne academic is calling for $1 betting limits to be introduced in outer suburban areas where gambling losses are among the state’s highest. Monash...

Wyndham council push as ‘billions’ needed for growth areas

Wyndham council has used its response to the state government’s Plan Melbourne report to reiterate the need for improved infrastructure funding in outer suburbs. As...

Lights of love to shine for Alex in Wyndham Vale

When Rose Young turns on her Christmas lights this year, she will be hoping they attract enough visitors to give a Wyndham Vale family...

Screw down plates, foil the crooks in Point Cook

Point Cook’s Neighbourhood Watch group is trying to stamp out the theft of car number plates. Chairwoman Sushanthi Don says, on average, 10 plates are...

Wyndham Vale mum Te Rere O’Kapuni Chase missing for a week

Police are appealing for help to locate a missing Wyndham Vale mother who has been missing since for more than a week after dropping...

Actions speak louder than words for Solomon Islands students

You can’t judge a book by its cover, but you can judge a bookseller by their motive. Hoppers Crossing Apex Club is holding a mega-book...

Plea for help as the Philippines rebuilds after typhoon

A Wyndham Vale family is celebrating the return of their mother from the typhoon-stricken Philippines. Reina Salvo Nelson, 58, had been visiting relatives in the...

Labor pledge on notorious Wyndham level crossings

Two notorious level crossings in Wyndham will be removed and the city’s roads upgraded if the Labor Party wins next year’s state election. Opposition leader...

Werribee Secondary College calls public meeting for ‘urgent’ support

Werribee Secondary College is stepping up pressure on the state government to provide $7 million to replace buildings it says are potential death traps. It...

Lovestruck frogs on song at Carranballac College

Throaty love calls are being heard all over Wyndham as male frogs serenade females during the breeding season. Residents are being asked to record the...

East Werribee: Thinking smart on water for homes, businesses

The proposed East Werribee precinct will be the first employment and residential area in Victoria to use stormwater and rainwater for non-drinking purposes, according...

Stamp of approval for MacKillop College’s Celina Harrower

Celina Harrower is one of five designers vying to have their commemorative stamps produced for next year’s G20 Summit. The year 11 MacKillop College student...

Fat-cat boot camp’s not on for plus-size pets

Being a fat cat is not what it is cracked up to be, with experts warning that molly-coddled moggies face serious health risks. With their...

East Werribee: Call suburb Cameron, says Werribee resident

Wyndham’s newest suburb should be called Cameron, after the scientist who established the State Research Farm more than 100 years ago, according to a...

East Werribee: Call suburb Cameron, says Werribee resident

Wyndham’s newest suburb should be called Cameron, after the scientist who established the State Research Farm more than 100 years ago, according to a...

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Werribee celebrate skipper in style

Werribee celebrated Michael Sodomaco’s 100th Victorian Football League game in style, securing its first win of the season. All the spotlight was on the skipper...

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