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Anzac Day: Time of reflection for Vietnam War nurse

A nurse who served in the Vietnam War says she will take time out this Anzac Day to reflect on the sacrifices of soldiers...

Wyndham council’s race to the CBD shows cyclists are on a winner

It is quicker to charter a boat from Melbourne's western suburbs to the CBD than it is to hop in your car and attempt...

AFL support helps skill up at-risk youth at WynBay Bulldogs

An Altona-based service for at-risk young people says that AFL backing for a grassroots football team will help prevent homelessness. Latitude: Directions for Young People...

Punting pair on Target in Hoppers Crossing

Is Target Lotto Wyndham’s luckiest lotto store? The shop on Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing, sold two division one-winning TattsLotto entries on March 22. The...

Wife’s memory helps others find peace of mind in cancer fight

When Clinton Matthews’ wife, Caroline, was diagnosed with brain cancer, he was shocked at the limited support available to sufferers and their families. Although they...

Flower lover flies high with garden show award

Apprentice florist Chevonne Nicholas was delighted to win an International Flower and Garden Show award just 10 months into her training at Werribee’s Station...

Wyndham firefighter’s dire warning on brigades, equipment

A Wyndham firefighter fears someone will die in a fire in the municipality unless the state government provides more career firefighters and equipment. The veteran...

The world says happy birthday to Point Cook boy Rafael

A young cancer patient from Point Cook who captured hearts around the world has received more than 7000 cards for his milestone 10th birthday. Rafael...

Wyndham council agrees to green wedge planning

Development of Point Cook’s green wedge is a step closer, with Wyndham council agreeing to allow planning for new housing developments to begin. Councillors agreed...

We’re all human at heart, says young Kendra Crocker

Manor Lakes College pupil Kendra Crocker believes everyone is the same, regardless of their race or culture. The grade 1 pupil won the junior category...

Laverton car park closure leads to station chaos

Rail commuters who drive to Laverton station say there is chaos as a makeshift car park at a former school site has closed at...

Victoria University staff brace for more job losses

More than 170 jobs could go at Victoria University if management goes ahead with plans to outsource services, according to staff. Speakers at a forum...

Werribee line: More trains, not price caps, say commuters

The state government should improve the frequency of train services on the Werribee line to reduce overcrowding instead of spending $100 million a year...

To the Manor born: Residents seek suburb status

A group of Manor Lakes residents are demanding the estate be recognised as a suburb in its own right to end confusion about the...

Wyndham traffic: Commuters in for a long wait

Relief for motorists caught in traffic jams on Wyndham’s most congested roads could be years away after VicRoads backed off from modelling that recommended...

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Around the grounds in Wyndham

Big V There were mixed results for Wyndham in the Big V women’s state championship competition on the weekend. On Saturday night, Wyndham lost...

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