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Nurses up-skill

Western Health has bolstered its nursing staff as it continues to help battle the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 100 nurses at Western Health have taken...

A splash of colour in Sunshine

Local artists have joined forces with a group of youngsters to create a new mural, designed to inspire community pride in Sunshine. The colourful creation...

Traders ‘in the dark’ on sensors

Keilor traders say they've been left in the dark over council plans to install parking sensors in Keilor Village. The council began installing the parking...

My Brimbank: Ivanka Portelli

Budding writer Ivanka Portelli spoke with Tate Papworth about the challenges of online learning and how her passions are helping her stay positive. What’s your...

Poet’s helping hand

A Brimbank poet hopes is labour of love sends a strong message to readers. Robert Neuman recently published 'All God's Critters' - a book of...

Council calls for green light on road projects

The Brimbank council is calling on the federal government to complete a variety of road and transport-based projects within the municipality. The council has...

Club serves up a century

The St Albans Tennis Club celebrates an historic milestone this month. The club officially turns 100 and while there's currently not an option to celebrate,...

Derrimut Village set to expand

Derrimut Village Shopping Centre is set to undergo an expansion. While COVID-19 may have slowed down the retail sector, the Derrimut institution is set to...

Toxic soil frustration mounts

Community frustration continues to build over the disposal of contaminated soil from the West Gate Tunnel project. While a site hasn't been officially chosen, the...

Shops still open for business

Things may be quieter these days, but St Albans traders have far from shut up shop. It's no secret that traders are doing it tough,...

Virus numbers spike

Brimbank has the highest number of active COVID-19 cases in the state. As of Thursday, 15 of 53 confirmed cases in the municipality were active. The...

Kealba Landfill operators fined

Operators of the Kealba Landfill have found themselves in hot water again. The Environment Protection Authority has slapped Barro Group with an $8261 fine for...

Hospital staff in quarantine

Twenty-four Sunshine Hospital staff are in isolation after a patient who underwent emergency surgery later tested positive for COVID-19. The patient presented to the hospital...

Employment program pays off

Fifteen young Brimbank residents have defied the odds and found local work despite COVID-19 impacting employment rates. The jobseekers have been placed with...

Kinder-ready reminder

Parents of children attending kindergarten in 2021 are being reminded to ensure their contact details are up-to-date with the Brimbank council by May 31. The...

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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...