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Airport woes grow

The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to batter Melbourne Airport. Passenger numbers for the 2019-2020 financial year fell to the same levels they were 10 years...

Libraries tipped for redevelopments

The Brimbank Council has taken the first steps towards redeveloping the Deer Park at St Albans libraries. At a recent meeting the council adopted a...

Coalition to get women into sport

A coalition of western suburbs councils have joined forces to help challenge some of the barriers for women and girls in being active and...

Civic plaza takes shape

Works on Alfrieda Street Civic Plaza are continuing through the COVID-19 pandemic, with the majority of upgrades completed. Works on new feature paving and garden...

Scholarship a dream come true

While much of the worlds has stopped due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one year 11 student from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is continuing to...

Door service booked in

Brimbank's libraries may be closed to the public, but that doesn't mean you can't continue borrowing a good read. In response to the closure of...

Free masks for those in need

Priceline Pharmacy’s Watergardens store is stepping up its community assistance in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pharmacy has applied for a Victorian government...

St Albans aged care facilty enacts outbreak plan

Brimbank recorded another 45 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. The large jump pushes the total number of active cases within Brimbank to 571, well ahead of...

Councils unite in soil fight

Brimbank and Melton councils are joining forces to prevent the movement of contaminated soil across Brimbank. The soil from the West Gate Tunnel Project...

Youth to spread positivity

Brimbank's youth are being encouraged to spread positivity. There's no denying times are tough, but we're all in this together and as such, young people...

From neighbours to friends

Taylors Hill resident Deepti Alurkar knows what it’s like to feel isolated. With that feeling hitting her hard, Ms Alurkar has made a point of...

New life for unwanted plastics

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is putting unwanted plastic to good use. The school recently unveiled a new plastic granulator and sheet press at its Christ...

Jobs win for Brimbank

Brimbank has been awarded $8 million to employ more than 150 local unemployed people to deliver a range of projects and initiatives in response...

Singer goes online

On a typical Saturday night, Stephanie Angelini is doing what she loves most - performing. But with COVID-19 restriction in place, the Caroline Springs singer...

Spreading positivity

Sunshine resident Phuong Ong lost her job as a result of COVID-19 right before she was to return to work from parental leave. Ong...

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Door service booked in

Brimbank's libraries may be closed to the public, but that doesn't mean you can't continue borrowing a good read. In response to the closure of...