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Veteran councillor airs concerns

A veteran councillor says that many of the issues identified in a report which led to the sacking of Casey council are also occurring...

Crime rises in Wyndham

The overall crime rate in Wyndham has increased by 14.44 per cent across 12 months, with large growths in residential aggravated burglaries, family violence,...

Out and about

Watton Street was a popular place to be as spring sunshine and eased coronavirus restrictions were welcome by locals on Friday. Photographer Joe Mastroianni...

Mother of all awards for Werribee mum

Werribee’s Rebecca Perkins has been named as a winner in the AusMumpreneur Awards. The annual awards are presented by The Women’s Business School. Ms Perkins said...

School names revealed

The names of two new Wyndham schools, which are set to open next year, have been announced. Werribee MP Tim Pallas last week said a...

Pedalling in search of a cure

Werribee mother Kath Berger is pedalling 815 kilometres to raise funds for a cause close to her heart. Ms Berger’s daughter Alison – who is...

Hub offers mental health support

A new mental health hub has been established in Wyndham Vale to help people struggling with anxiety and depression caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The...

Woodville Park revamp

The Woodville Park Shopping Centre in Hoppers Crossing is set to undergo a $400,000 makeover. Wyndham council will contribute $200,000 to help modernise the centre. The...

Greenlight for equality strategy

Wyndham council has finally passed a strategy aimed at promoting gender equality and preventing violence against women, titled the Towards Equality and Action Plan. The...

New citizens take online pledge

Hundreds of Wyndham residents have become Australian citizens in a series of online ceremonies. More than 440 residents have pledged their commitment to Australia during...

Outdoor dining a boost for business

The owner of a Werribee cafe has welcomed state government plans to boost outdoor dining this summer. The government recently announced $87.5 million in funding...

Film focuses on Ammar’s world

A 10-year-old boy named Ammar stars in a touching short documentary, which a Truganina school has entered into a film festival. Al-Tawqa College has submitted...

Lotto wins bring joy

The owner of Wyndham Village Lotto & News says he enjoys seeing the “fantastic reactions” of lottery winners, from screams to tears. Mahesh Thakur, along...

Councillors vie for re-election

The three Wyndham councillors who represent Iramoo ward are standing in next month’s council elections. Iramoo - which includes Werribee, Werribee South, Wyndham Vale and...

Young advocates honoured

Two community-minded young residents have been recognised by Wyndham council. Phoebe Edwards and Alexander Dalton, who are both aged 17, have been awarded the council’s...

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Pedalling in search of a cure

Werribee mother Kath Berger is pedalling 815 kilometres to raise funds for a cause close to her heart. Ms Berger’s daughter Alison – who is...