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Brimbank remains on virus alert

The number of cases linked to a family outbreak of coronavirus in Keilor Downs increased to 13 on Sunday night and schools across the...

Cairnlea couple celebrate lotto win

A Cairnlea couple spent the weekend celebrating after winning $515,000 in Saturday's TattsLotto draw. The happy winners held one of the 10 division...

School closes after student tests positive for COVID-19

Keilor Downs Secondary College has been forced to close for cleaning after a student tested positive for COVID-19. A student from St Albans Secondary College...

Staff member tests positive to COVID-19 as students return to school

A staff member at Keilor Downs Secondary College has tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes as prep to year 2, year 11 and 12...

Sunshine woman has 100,000 reasons to smile

A Sunshine woman aged in her 20s didn't know whether to laugh or cry after she discovered she'd won $100,000 in Monday’s Lucky Lotteries...

An ancient history to suburban paradise

Keilor holds a unique place within Brimbank. A suburb unlike any other, it boasts a rich history and has evolved into a highly sought-after area...

From little things, big things grow

The inner-west boasts a colourful history, much of which can be seen on the many quirky old buildings that have stood the test of...

Bus upgrade for Caroline Springs

Caroline Springs' bus services are set for a massive boost. Minister for Public Transport Melissa Horne last week announced that from July 12, Route 462...

Brimbank streetlights go green

Brimbank council is on a mission to change its streetlights to energy-efficient LED technology. The three-year project will cost $3.4 million and replace over 4000...

Hospital turns one

The Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital is celebrating its first birthday. It’s been a busy year for the hospital’s more than 800 staff, who...

Brimbank’s building boom

Planning and development is booming in Brimbank. In April, the council received 63 new planning permit applications with a development value of $65.9 million, double...

Council braces for budget blow

Brimbank council is bracing itself for a hit of about $10 million to its operating budget and cash flow. In its quarterly financial report for...

Students back in school

Adrian Mois never thought he’d be excited to be walking into school, but as he and his twin brother Benjamin walked through the gates...

Restaurants eager to reopen

Brimbank residents will soon be allowed to enjoy a meal inside cafes, restaurants and pubs as part of the staged easing of COVID-19 restrictions....

Footy’s new world

By Ewen McRae The familiar sounds of football will soon be ringing out on ovals across the west, but it won’t be quite how you...

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Sunshine woman has 100,000 reasons to smile

A Sunshine woman aged in her 20s didn't know whether to laugh or cry after she discovered she'd won $100,000 in Monday’s Lucky Lotteries...