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State election: ‘Time to act’ on Mercy Hospital critical care

Six weeks out from the state election, federal Lalor MP Joanne Ryan has urged the state government to commit to building a critical care...

Chickens, duck decapitated at Point Cook school

Children at a Point Cook school are in shock after chickens and a duck they were looking after were decapitated. Staff and students at Carranballac...

Region Rail Link: Tarneit, Wyndham Vale station use still six months away

The stations are complete, the tracks are finished and it's in good enough shape to run test trains at 160 km/h. But Victorians won't be...

Wyndham level crossings endanger commuters, says council

Lengthy delays at level crossings are putting the safety and prosperity of residents in outer western Melbourne at risk, a local council says. Boom gates...

Wyndham parking woes a fine pain for motorists

Wyndham council is cashing in on the city’s motorists by raking in more than $610,000 from parking fines so far this year. Between January and...

Wyndham hoons putting ‘lives at risk’, say police

Seventy-seven vehicles were impounded in Wyndham as a result of hoon driving in the first six months of 2014, according to police statistics. While young...

Werribee dairy research centre thinks small

Werribee’s dairy research and development centre is opening its doors to Victoria’s small dairy processors to help them develop new products and innovative processing...

$5.43 million boost for Wyndham road projects

The federal government will spend more than $5 million in the next five years to help build some of Wyndham’s biggest road projects. The council...

Cool cats settle in at Werribee Open Range Zoo

The arrival at Werribee Open Range Zoo of two new lions from Denmark has proved a roaring success. After being cleared by quarantine, Niribi and...

Sanctuary Lakes: ‘Underwater mower’ to tackle lake

Sanctuary Lakes residents may spot an unusual boat in the area’s lake in coming weeks as the estate begins harvesting sea grass for a...

Werribee South’s one-hour bus wait an ‘insult’

Werribee South has been left in the lurch by changes to Wyndham’s bus network, with commuters waiting up to 60 minutes for bus arrivals. In...

Point Cook community centre hub on its way

Planning has started for a community centre to open in Point Cook in 2016. The $7.3 million Saltwater Promenade Community Centre will include a kindergarten,...

Wyndham council seeks Yarra River crossing promise

Wyndham council has urged the state opposition to commit to a second major Yarra River crossing. Labor’s East-West Link alternative, the western distributor, will add...

Thieves cause barbie snag at Kororoit Creek planting

Plans for a tree-planting and barbecue to celebrate the opening of a new walking and bike trail in Melbourne’s west have been wrecked, with...

Fears for elderly loved ones at psychogeriatric centre closure

Families of residents living in Wyndham’s only psychogeriatric centre fear their loved ones will be forced into hospital psychiatric wards or ill-equipped aged-care homes...

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Creative Christmas

Wyndham artist Catrice Lam has created a series of festive Australian-themed photo boards which have been installed in the Werribee city centre piazza, ...