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:Sunshine Private Hospital enters into voluntary administration

Less than 15 months after the multi-million dollar Sunshine Private Hospital was officially unveiled, the hospital is now closed and has entered into voluntary...

Controversial development approved

A development comprising 10 double storey dwellings on Selwyn Street, Albion, has been approved by council, despite two previous applications for the site being...

Local talent shines in Sunset Boulevard

Keilor resident Silvie Paladino is set to dazzle audiences in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, Sunset Boulevard. In select performances, Paladino will portray Norma Desmond, a...

Accessible parking proposal rejected by Brimbank councillors

It was a tense meeting on May 21, as Brimbank council made the decision to not increase the number of accessible car parking spaces...

Council treads water on pool fee discounts

Brimbank council has decided it will not introduce fee discounts for residents to attend the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre and the Sunshine Leisure...

Sunshine West man charged after police seize 250 bank cards

A Sunshine West man has been charged following a police investigation into an international money laundering syndicate, with more than $200,000 worth of suspicious...

Gun linked to camper deaths in ‘good working order’

It would be difficult for a gun linked to the deaths of campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay to go off accidentally, forensic police...

Volunteers honoured

Last week, in celebration of National Volunteer Week, Fraser MP Dr Daniel Mulino, honoured six outstanding local individuals for their significant contributions to the...

Community feedback sought for Albion Quarter

The Department of Transport and Planning (DTP) is leading the planning for Albion Quarter as part of the Sunshine Precinct, and is inviting locals...

The ’critical’ first 1000 days

Australia is grappling with the twin crises of family violence and housing shortages. At the Caroline Chisholm Society (CCS) these two nation-wide issues have...

Victoria University staff protest for “fair pay”

This week Victoria University (VU) staff launched a protest rally targeting university management over what they’ve described as a lack of a fair pay...

Labor could bend on airport rail

The long-running impasse between the Victorian government and the operators of the proposed Melbourne Airport Rail could finally be easing. The airport and state government...

Council backs energy park

Brimbank council will move ahead with its vision for the Sunshine Energy Park (SEP) development, despite reports revealing the presence of Indigenous artefacts on...

Petitions given to council

Brimbank council accepted two petitions at its most recent council meeting on May 21, each of which attracted hundreds of signatures. Council received a...

Brimbank seniors and carers expo

Brimbank council is inviting the community to the Brimbank seniors and carers expo 2024 to discover the resources available to support a healthy and...

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Gorton’s talent on show

Fifteen-year-old Ruby Gorton claims she was indoctrinated and had no choice but to play hockey because her parents were both hockey players and more...

Volunteers honoured