BRIMBANK | NORTH WEST
Home News Page 2

News

The show goes on

ELS School of Dance returned to live performances with a bang. The Kealba dance school pulled together three shows late last week. ELS took their concert...

Goals for meals

Goals will mean more than helping secure wins for Western United this season. The A-League club in partnership with the Happsa Group and Foodbank Victoria...

Serving up opportunity

Sunshine cafe and restaurant owner Hamed Allayhari knows what many asylum seekers and refugees are going through; no job, being to speak little English,...

Return of festivals and events to aid COVID recovery

The return of festivals and events are much needed in helping Brimbank recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to council. Brimbank council released its draft...

Rock around the Christmas tree

The 5th Keilor Scout Group is helping people get ready for the Christmas season, by selling Christmas trees. The group are selling the trees across...

Councillors express concerns

Brimbank councillors have questioned Cleanaway’s decision to seek to dump asbestos at its Ravenhall site. As reported by Star Weekly, Cleanaway wants to accept asbestos...

Odour system arrives at AkzoNobel

A permanent odour solution at AkzoNobel is expected to be fully operational within the next couple of weeks. AkzoNobel had hoped to have the...

Vaccine rate slowly rising

More than 86 per cent of Brimbank residents aged 15 and older are fully vaccinated according to new data. The federal government data released on...

Exotic pest turtle found in Caroline Springs

A red-eared slider turtle has been removed from a lake in Caroline Springs after being spotted by a member of the public. The animal,...

Social housing desperately needed

More than 4000 people are waiting for social housing in Brimbank and Melton according to new data. The state government recently released data about the...

Delays on the M80 Ring Road

UPDATE: Traffic is back to normal on the Western Ring Road earlier this morning. The accident on the E.J Whitten Bridge caused massive delays on...

More than $100,000 worth of stolen goods found

Police recovered more than $100,000 worth of stolen property after executing three search warrants late last week. Detectives from Moonee Valley Criminal Investigation Unit executed...

Planting day rescheduled

It will be take two for the Friends of Iramoo and their wildflower planting day at the Iramoo Wildflower Grassland Reserve. The day was originally...

Caroline Springs man arrested in relation to missing couple

A Caroline Springs man has been arrested as part of the investigation into missing campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay. Detectives from the Missing Persons...

Brimbank’s youngest ever mayor

Jasmine Nguyen made history when she was elected as Brimbank council’s mayor last Wednesday, becoming the city's youngest ever mayor She secured the council's top...

Latest

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...

The gift of giving