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Young leader honoured

Tarneit student Shane Nicole Coloma Villegas has been recognised for her commitment to helping the community. Shane, who is in Year 12 at Thomas Carr...

Celebrating Probus

Probus clubs across the nation aim to provide fun and friendship for retirees and semi-retirees. With Probus Day approaching on October 1, the theme for...

More than 100 virus cases in the west

One hundred and two new COVID-19 cases have been detected in the western suburbs today in areas including Werribee, Tarneit and Altona North. An additional...

Land prices tipped to increase

Dwindling land supplies and a lack of new estates could lead to more expensive prices for residential sites in Wyndham, according to a leading...

Smaller suburbs needed: Cr

Increasing the number of suburbs in Wyndham would provide a more accurate picture of the municipality’s booming population and help to boost investment from...

Film celebrates friendship

A touching tale about the friendship between three pupils is the focus of a video that Truganina’s Al-Taqwa College has entered in the Focus...

A paw-fect ambassador

Border Collie puppy Rocket has a very im-pawtent role in the community. The four month-old cutie is “community dog” at the Laverton and Altona Community...

Hospital welcomes extra staff

Nine healthcare workers from overseas are joining the team at Werribee Mercy Hospital, under a program designed to boost Victoria’s medical workforce as COVID-19...

Views sought on carpark upgrades

Commuters are being invited to have a say on carpark upgrades planned for the Tarneit and Wyndham Vale train stations. The upgrades will be delivered...

Booked in for delivery

Residents wanting to stimulate their minds during lockdown can book in for contactless delivery from Wyndham council’s libraries. Staff from the libraries are delivering books,...

Frenchie fashion

Chic canine Bruce looks rather fetching in his doggy dress-ups. The two year-old Frenchie, who is owned by Werribee couple Helen and Brad, is participating...

Bowser bill blues bite

Wyndham motorists have questioned why they were paying more than the rest of Melbourne for unleaded fuel last week. Data from fuel price monitoring...

Steel-jawed trap found at park

A dog walker discovered a steel-jawed metal trap in the off-leash area of Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale last week. An RSPCA Victoria spokesperson said...

Playgroups in a virtual world

Activities such as playgroups are being held online across Melbourne, as the state lockdown continues to restrict the reasons people can leave home. Point Cook...

Company taken to court after man’s death

WorkSafe has charged a roofing truss manufacturer for unsafe work practices at a residential building site in Point Cook, after a man died at...

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Plea for vax freedoms

Former Wyndham councillor Intaj Khan has launched a new campaign aimed at allowing free movement for people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Mr...