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Groups unite to clean-up Wyndham

Hardworking volunteers collected around 350 kilograms of rubbish from various sites in Wyndham last week during a Clean Up Australia Day event. NatureWest – a...

Wyndham getting greener than ever

A “bigger and better” Green Living series returns to Wyndham next month with more than 40 events to inspire residents to live more sustainably. The...

Future plan for coast

Wyndham council has released a draft plan designed to guide future planning for the municipality’s coastal areas. Wyndham’s environment and sustainability portfolio holder, Cr Heather...

A growing community

A program trialling the installation of planter boxes on Wyndham nature strips is about more than growing plants – just ask Adam Beames and...

Man of the river hailed

Werribee Riverkeeper John Forrester has been recognised with a Victorian Premier Volunteer Champions Award. Mr Forrester was presented with the award in the leadership category...

Angry birds are stark raven mad

It’s not just swooping magpies that you need to watch out for as the weather warms up. Although magpies are famous for swooping people during...

Students become garden gurus

Students at Point Cook Senior Secondary College are keen to go green. VCAL students at the college have designed and planted 500 native plants in...

New life for Serendip

A wetland habitat for birds at Serendip Sanctuary, located near the You Yangs, has been rejuvenated thanks to a $27,000 contribution from two community...

Early green learning

Pupils from three learning centres have spent the past month helping to clean up Wyndham’s natural environment. Each Thursday during October, youngsters from Sparrow Early...

Watch the great bird migration

Bird is the word at the Western Treatment Plant in Werribee. In the coming weeks, tens of thousands of migratory birds will flock to the...

Trees coming to a street near you

It’s trees' time in Wyndham. Wyndham council plans to plant 7500 new trees across the municipality next year, under its 2020 Street Tree Planting Program. This...

Concern over dumped trolleys

Hundreds of abandoned shopping trolleys have been collected by Wyndham council in the past 12 months. The council’s environment and sustainability portfolio holder, Cr Heather...

Big tick for park upgrades

The lawns are looking lovelier and the trees more terrific at several of Wyndham’s parks. Wyndham council has upgraded 47 parks within the past financial...

Magpie attack caught on camera

A cyclist who was swooped by a magpie while riding on the Federation Trail in Werribee last month has captured the moment on camera. Tess...

Plan to stop cliffs catastrophe

Wyndham council has approved a $3 million master plan for the K Road cliffs, after investigations found erosion at the site “needs to be...

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Running for charity

Hoppers Crossing resident Bol Mathiang is putting his best foot forward for The Fred Hollows Foundation. Mr Mathiang, 28, is participating in Fred’s Big Run,...