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Action urged on station parking

Commuter carparks at Tarneit and Wyndham Vale railway stations are “at breaking point”, according to Wyndham’s mayor. In a letter to Minister for Public Transport...

Tarneit teen stabbed

A 17-year-old Tarneit boy has been taken at a Werribee hospital with serious stab wounds. The youth was dropped off at the hospital just after...

Beauty of nature in art

Tarneit illustrator Jessica Jane says she enjoys showcasing the beauty of Australian flora and fauna in her art. Jane will be among the exhibitors at...

Waste hotspot on council radar

Wyndham council has appealed for residents living near a rubbish dumping hotspot in Tarneit to report anyone illegally leaving waste at the site. In January...

Kids cook up YouTube clips

Tarneit siblings Emily and Jacob are bringing their brand of unique humour to YouTube. The pair, who are aged nine and 11, have started their...

Nepal in the picture

An organisation working to unite Nepali people residing in Australia has launched a photo competition. Tarneit man Arun Chitraker, the creative director of Sathi Australia,...

Boost for growing suburbs

Wyndham council has been given $6.5 million from the Growing Suburbs Fund, to put towards three major projects. The Growing Suburbs Fund – a state...

10 Madigan Street, Tarneit, 3029

With Tarneit Gardens Shopping Centre a five-minute stroll away, and Tarneit P-9 College and Tarneit Central Shopping Centre three and five respectively by car, this property is well located and presented, ready to win over families who will also value having parks and playgrounds nearby.

School is cool for family

Going to school is a family affair for Sarah Peters and her twins, Jordan and Lachlan. Mrs Peters is an office administrator at Baden Powell...

New schools open in Wyndham

Two new schools have been officially opened in Wyndham. Minister for Education James Merlino and Altona MP Jill Hennessy attended the opening of the $53...

Call to fix ’dangerous’ road

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for traffic lights and pedestrian crossings to be installed on a “dangerous” section of Leakes Road...

My Wyndham: Julie Mason

My Wyndham: Julie Mason is the principal of Baden Powell College, which includes the campuses of Derrimut Heath Primary School in Hoppers Crossing and...

Renters squeezed in Wyndham

A new report has rated Werribee, Point Cook and Werribee South as “unaffordable” for most renters earning a yearly household income of $60,000. The latest...

Friends’ actions a lifesaver

Tarneit man Nazree Nasir is being hailed for helping to save the life of his friend Shawal Baderi, who experienced a heart attack last...

Smashed Project teaches life lessons

Tarneit’s Baden Powell College students learned about the dangers of under aged drinking as part of a travelling theatre program. The Smashed Project, run by...

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Meet and greet in Tarneit

As the weather warms up, free family events are coming to Tarneit for residents of all ages to enjoy. The Meet me in Tarneit...

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