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Extraordinary thank you gesture will save thousands of pets

A Wyndham couple has made an extraordinary gesture to thank local vets for saving their four-legged friend. David and Kim Larkin brought Angus their shih...

Laverton North death mystery: Werribee woman still needs answers

A Werribee woman is hoping two unknown drivers could hold the key to explaining her husband’s death. For Lynette Flowers, the date November 10, 2011,...

Werribee WW II bomber B-24 Liberator wins plaudits

A World War II bomber restored by volunteers in Werribee has made history after receiving international recognition by a group of heritage engineers. The B-24...

Point Cook tag team makes strong point on graffiti

A team of Point Cook residents is on a mission to stamp out graffiti in their suburb. They hope that in time their anti-graffiti taskforce...

Williams Landing and Truganina group offers plenty, Scout’s honour

Children living in Williams Landing and Truganina are being urged to give scouting a try, with the area’s group looking for new members. The two...

Werribee man left with head injuries in early-morning attack

A Werribee man has suffered head injuries following an early-morning attack in which his wallet and mobile phone were stolen. The man, 18, and his...

Hoppers Crossing: Child injured in four-car crash caused by drunk driver

A driver blew three times the legal blood alcohol limit in a four-car crash that injured a child in Hoppers Crossing, police said. Police said...

$5.5 million wetland development at Saltwater Coast

Wyndham residents will be able to explore more of Point Cook’s wetlands thanks to a $5.5 million wetland development at Saltwater Coast. The project is...

Werribee: Arrests after pursuit and ‘good old-fashioned foot chase’

Two young men and a boy were arrested following an alleged petrol theft and police pursuit in Werribee overnight. The incident started to unfold around...

Kim’s on a mission to help restore Linh Da’s smile

Linh Da Vo is a happy girl with a beautiful smile – not that you can see it. The 12-year-old from Vietnam was born with...

Werribee advocate calls for zero blood-alcohol limit

A Werribee road safety advocate whose brother was killed by a speeding drunk driver is urging Victoria Police to drop the state’s legal blood-alcohol...

Wyndham ratepayer owes $303,000 out of $10m sought by council

One Wyndham property owner owes the council more than $303,000 in back rates as part of a community deficit of almost $10 million. Latest figures...

Werribee troublemakers face nightclub and pub scan ban

Werribee’s busiest pubs and nightclubs are uniting in a bid to bring an end to drunken feuds and incidents. The Park Hotel and Mynt Lounge...

Fast action sought on Hoppers Crossing slow motion

A Hoppers Crossing resident is calling for speed limits in the area to be revised – upwards. Nathan Farrugia has started an online petition calling...

A twin-win situation for Hoppers Crossing mum

Despite the stresses and headaches – and the fact there are twice as many nappies to change, – mother of twins Louise Unsworth wouldn’t...

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Meet and greet in Tarneit

As the weather warms up, free family events are coming to Tarneit for residents of all ages to enjoy. The Meet me in Tarneit...

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