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‘Treat or trick’ to promote child safety

Students at Kings Park Primary School got into the spooky spirit of Halloween last Friday to raise money for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation. For their...

Council emission cuts ‘on track’

Greenhouse emissions from its buildings have marginally increased and its power bill has spiked by $100,000, but Brimbank council believes its goal of trimming...

Zara jumps to stardom

Caroline Springs may have a future Olympian on its hands, with Lakeview Senior College student Zara Keca now a state champion in two separate fields. The...

Hundreds go out for a Girls’ Night In

About 450 western suburbs women put on their heels and lippy to raise money for breast and ovarian cancer research at Taylors Lakes last...

Man jailed for Sunshine pharmacy armed hold up

A man has been jailed for six years for stabbing a French tourist and for earlier holding up a Sunshine chemist with a box...

Brimbank council candidates begin to emerge

At least 12 potential Brimbank council candidates will emerge later this week. With council elections less than a year away, the council will hold two...

Council says EPA too slow to respond

A reduction in resources and expertise at the Environment Protection Authority has left the environmental watchdog slow to react to local issues, Brimbank council...

Taylors Hill phone tower dispute goes to VCAT

Taylors Hill residents are continuing their fight against a mobile phone tower close to their homes. The campaign vow follows Vodafone’s decision to take Melton...

Braybrook boys take out state soccer title

Braybrook College’s senior boys soccer team has made history, crowned state champions in September after a tough final at the FFV State Football Centre...

Brimbank train stations ‘feel unsafe’ at night

Brimbank residents say they don’t feel safe at local train stations at night. More than 130 residents have sent to council their feedback on safety...

Djerriwarrh Health Services board sacked

The entire board was last week formally sacked at the Bacchus Marsh hospital where seven baby deaths in two years are being investigated. The eight...

Fourth shooting victim in four days

A 23-year-old Caroline Springs man was admitted to hospital with gunshot wounds to his hand early Monday morning after being shot in Kealba -...

Sunshine hospital ‘needs more funding’

Sunshine Hospital’s emergency department needs further funding to cut waiting times, St Albans MP Natalie Suleyman believes. Ms Suleyman, who claims she waited recently for...

Two arrested after Kings Park shooting

Two men have been arrested in relation to a shooting in Kings Park on Sunday afternoon. A man in his 20s has been taken to the Royal...

Witnesses sought for Ring Road crash

Police are calling for witnesses after timber fell from a truck on the Western Ring Road in Sunshine earlier this month, causing a collision...

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Invisible but real

Public transport throughout the city is equipped with priority seating, wheelchair, and walker spaces, ensuring those who need the space the most always have...