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Transfer station will close to public

Wyndham council has announced the transfer station at the municipal tip in Wests Road, Werribee will be closed to the general public from 4pm...

New Coles tailor-made for Taneit

Fully stocked shelves were a sight to behold at the opening of Tarneit’s newest supermarket. The brand-new Coles at Davis Road opened last Wednesday creating...

Teen’s bald ambitions

A Hoppers Crossing teen has again gone bald for blood cancer. Brayden Koropeckyj, 15, recently participated in the World's Greatest Shave for the third time. The...

Volunteers lend a hand

Wyndham volunteers are spreading kindness by running deliveries, helping the elderly at the supermarket and distributing toilet rolls to families in lockdown. Salvation Army Wyndham...

Woodville community stays connected

A social media group has been set up encouraging residents in the Woodville Estate in Hoppers Crossing to check in on each other and...

Businesses on the brink

The statewide lockdown is taking a massive toll on Wyndham businesses. As businesses were forced to shut up shop last week as a result of...

Seafood industry is on ice

By Esther Lauaki The seafood industry is in danger of “disappearing” unless the state government intervenes, Western Victoria MP Bev McArthur says. Ms McArthur highlighted in...

Turning doughnuts into dough

Two Point Cook chefs are making the best of a bad situation - with doughnuts. Alex Lam Cheung and James Huynh, who moved from New...

New ways to see art

Wyndham council is using innovation to bring art to the community, after the Coronavirus pandemic caused its galleries to close. Wyndham’s arts and heritage portfolio...

My Wyndham: Leesa Gray-Pitt

Point Cook’s Leesa Gray-Pitt is an artist, is studying a masters of fine arts and is a board member of the RedWest Creatives Co-Op,...

High hopes for hi-tops

Truganina resident Henry ‘Skillz’ Mukhwana is putting his best foot forward to help raise funds for the MFB and CFA. Mr Mukhwana, along with his...

Paw-fect way to cheer patients

Samantha Neil and her cavoodle Rusty have been bringing a dose of doggy cheer to patients at St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee for the...

Family violence risk rises

Women’s Health West says it is expecting to see a “spike” in reports of family violence as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The not-for-profit organisation provides...

Farms continue to provide

It’s mostly business as usual for the farms in Werribee South. Agricultural producers in the suburb are adjusting to COVID-19 regulations as they continue with...

Pay tribute on Anzac Day

Werribee RSL sub-branch president Daryl Ryan has urged Wyndham residents to mark Anzac Day at home this year. Although the RSL’s traditional Anzac Day dawn...

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Businesses on the brink

The statewide lockdown is taking a massive toll on Wyndham businesses. As businesses were forced to shut up shop last week as a result of...

New ways to see art