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Supporting more Victorians with financial counselling

The state government is supporting thousands of Victorians doing it tough, including those in Brimbank, through free access to financial counselling services. Consumer Affairs Minister...

Protecting the legacy of Victorian veterans

The legacy of Victoria’s veterans will be kept alive for future generations as the state government’s works to maintain memorials and upgrade community buildings...

From the archives

40 years ago May 16, 1984 Before Dominic Azzopardi died of a heart attack after being shuttled from Footscray to Geelong hospitals, the Western General Hospital...

Junior landcare and biodiversity grants open

The Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants are now open, with $450,000 available for projects that involve young people actively caring for the state’s...

Community Calendar

Want your event listed? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and...

Missing campers made divorce pact before deaths: friend

Russell Hill and Carol Clay made a pact to divorce their respective partners to be together but he backed out at the last minute,...

Relief demand rises

If you are part of any community Facebook page it is likely you have seen posts asking for donations of food and essential items. With...

Cats undefeated start

Albion is content with how the first part of the Western Football League division 2 season has played out. The Cats, who had a bye...

Lions impressive start

Taylors Lakes coach Joseph Antonetti hasn’t been surprised by his side’s start to the Essendon District Football League women’s division 2 season. The Lions are...

Franjic named Knights coach

Ivan Franjic will coach the Melbourne Knights for the rest of the National Premier League season. Franjic has been acting coach since the Knights parted...

Eagles full of confidence

A win against local rival Calder United has given Keilor Park an added boost as it continues to grow in the Victorian Premier League...

Laffan making his mark in Vanuatu

It has been a big 12 months for Chris Laffan who has gone from coaching Craigieburn to taking charge as the head coach of...

Thunder’s fightback

Keilor Thunder’s women pulled off a massive turnaround while the men got another win on the board in the National Basketball League 1 South...

Students front and centre at St Albans Heights

At St Albans Heights PS our graduates will be empowered to thrive, collaborate and think critically. They will be supported by the school community...

Empowering every student to aspire and achieve

It is with a sense of pride and excitement that I welcome you to Copperfield College. Selecting the right school for your child is an...

Let IPC Health support your daily needs!

Would you like help with day-to-day tasks to make sure you stay in your own home for longer? IPC Health can support you to...

Celebrating academic cxcellence at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College

Every year, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is thrilled to invite the previous year's outstanding scholars back to the school for an assembly that recognises...

Isabel’s story of caring with the right support

Isabel’s life changed almost immediately with the birth of her second daughter, Elise. Health complications meant that her newborn needed round-the-clock care and supervision,...

Empowering women to be real estate leaders

International Women’s Day celebrated on 8 March is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. We wanted to...

Community radio calls for community support

Even community radio stations aren’t immune from inflation and the cost of living crisis. Werribee-based broadcaster WYN FM is currently holding its annual radiothon, the...

More new homes on the way for Melbourne’s west

Development Victoria is creating a new neighbourhood in Melbourne’s west on the site of the former City West Water office in Sunshine North. Located along...

Growing community spirit

Brimbank locals embraced their green thumbs at the Westvale Community Centre on May 16, as part of the Neighbourhood House Week celebrations. The autumn sun...

Weed sprayer gave camp directions to murder accused

A weed sprayer has described seeing a grumpy old man, believed to be Russell Hill, speed past him on his way to a remote...

Cash for cans lands in Hillside

A new container deposit scheme (CDS) refund point has found a home at the Sugar Gum Hotel in Hillside. Since the scheme commenced on November...

Police target violent crime in the west

Brimbank and Melton police have this month teamed up with a range of specialist units to target serious and violent crime in the western...

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Cats undefeated start

Albion is content with how the first part of the Western Football League division 2 season has played out. The Cats, who had a bye...

Relief demand rises