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Government must act now to save public interest journalism

The Public Interest Journalism Initiative (PIJI) is calling on the Federal Government to put in place emergency measures to save the country's news industry...

Brimbank records 12 positive tests for Covid-19

Twelve cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Brimbank, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. Elsewhere in the western suburbs, 14 cases...

4 Torino Street, St Albans 3021

Tucked off Main Road East, with just about everything needed in life five minutes down the road, this class brick veneer from decades back...

Community newspapers under threat

Independent community newspapers may be forced to close within weeks unless the federal government unlocks up to $40 million in urgent funding. With a number...

Copperfield College staff member tests positive for COVID-19

A staff member who has been at the Kings Park Campus of Copperfield College has tested positive for COVID-19. Parents and carers were informed of...

My Brimbank

Nick Gabb knows first hand the challenges impacting Brimbank's education centres. He spoke to Tate Papworth about how he's trying to make a difference. What’s...

Visitor restrictions imposed at health sites

New rules for visitors have been implemented at all Western Health sites, amid escalating cases of COVID-19. Under strict new rules, no visitors under the...

Virus forces closures

The Brimbank council has closed a number of non essential services in a bid to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Large facilities, including...

Stony Creek work to finally finish

The $11 million Stony Creek transformation project will finally be completed. The project, which will transform a concrete drain back to a natural wetland, hit...

Park plans get green light

Brimbank’s Sydenham Park could soon be open to the public. The council gave...

Garden home to ‘hottest’ chillies

In a much loved garden tucked away in St Albans lies some of the hottest chillies on the planet. Horticulturist Len Panecki has been perfecting...

Crime rise in Brimbank

Incidents of family violence rose 5.7 per cent in Brimbank for the year ending December 2019, according to the latest statistics from the Crime...

Landfill compensation claims

Compensation for residents impacted by the closed Sunshine Landfills could be on the horizon. Last month, Star Weekly revealed a number properties could be impacted...

Virus shuts down region

Schools have closed and all pubs, clubs, casinos, cinemas, gyms and...

29 Peter Drive, Sunshine West 3020

In a popular enclave of Sunshine West, this Victorian-style residence has indoor features that support the era’s look, such as stepped cornices and rosettes...

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IN FOCUS: The word on mouthguards

Sports-related concussion is a hot media topic right now, and in light of that, it’s timely to talk about mouthguards and what scientific research...

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