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Get serious, this is play time at Corpus Kids Playgroup

While they may not have even started school yet, some of Werribee’s youngest residents are being exposed to tertiary education. Deakin University has joined with...

Upgrade for Forsyth Road crash zone at Williams Landing

One of Wyndham’s worst crash blackspots will be removed, with the state government to spend $1.6 million improving the Old Geelong Road-Forsyth Road intersection...

Victoria Police: Paperwork out, smart policing in

Chief Commissioner Ken Lay wants to overhaul the current Victoria Police system in favour of a more flexible model that will maximise crime fighting. Mr...

Tarneit Senior College works on chilling out

A Wyndham school has become the first in Victoria to receive an award as part of the state government’s Healthy Workplace Achievement Program. The program,...

Przewalski’s little queen makes her mark at Werribee Zoo

One of Werribee Zoo’s newest and rarest arrivals has been given a name fitting of her heritage. The one-month-old female Przewalski’s horse foal, a rare...

Tarneit teacher Julie Graham is a hearing aid

Tarneit’s Julie Graham is determined not to let her students become another statistic. As a teacher at the Victorian College for the Deaf, Ms Graham...

‘Erratic’ Hoppers Crossing driver on notice

A Hoppers Crossing man is facing a string of driving charges after allegedly being caught driving on the wrong side of the road. A member...

Wyndham businesses called to Children’s Week picnic

Wyndham businesses keen to be part of the annual Children’s Week picnic can register their interest with the council before July 26. This year’s event...

Altona Loop commuters slam Werribee line claims

Public Transport Minister Terry Mulder has told State Parliament there has been “fantastic improvement” to train services on the Altona Loop section of the...

Wyndham tightens pokies policy on venue locations

New poker machines will be banned from Wyndham shopping centres after the council adopted a policy to tighten restrictions on the location of gaming...

Daniel Andrews cold on East Werribee jobs bid

Wyndham looks set to remain mostly blue-collar after both the state government and opposition refused to commit to a move that would create hundreds...

Food supply ‘at risk’ from urban growth, warn researchers

Researchers are warning that Melburnians will be forced to source fresh produce from country and interstate growers unless the state government acts to preserve...

Dog-fighting ring worry as American bulldog stolen

The theft of an American bulldog from Brooklyn and three attempted dog thefts in Spotswood, reported on social media last week, have reinforced fears...

Truganina crashes claim life of boy and woman

Two people have died following collisions on Truganina roads in the past week. A boy, 10, died in the Royal Children’s Hospital on Sunday after...

New kinder in our own backyard at Thomas Chirnside

More children will be able to go to kindergarten close to home after the state government announced a new kindergarten will be built in...

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Buses to replace trains next month

Buses replace trains on sections of the Werribee train line from Friday, February 18 to Wednesday, February 23 for planned works to take place. Buses...