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Elders reach out to Maoris, Islanders across west

Maori elders from across the western suburbs will walk the streets in a bid to help young people at risk. The group, known as the...

Elders reach out to Maoris, Islanders across west

Maori elders from across the western suburbs will walk the streets in a bid to help young people at risk. The group, known as the...

Library, service centre shift for $55m community hub

Sunshine library and Brimbank council’s Sunshine customer service centre will be temporarily relocated to make way for construction of a $55 million Brimbank Community...

Library, service centre shift for $55m community hub

Sunshine library and Brimbank council’s Sunshine customer service centre will be temporarily relocated to make way for construction of a $55 million Brimbank Community...

Wall-to-wall Keilor mayors on show at council chamber

Brimbank council hosted a reunion of sorts on November 11 when former mayors of Keilor reunited to inspect a wall of pictures of themselves...

Road funding cut by 27% for north-west suburbs

VicRoads funding for roads in Melbourne’s north-west has been cut by more than $40 million, according to figures released by the state opposition. The figures,...

Typhoon Haiyan: Locals spring to action over Filipino catastrophe

Brimbank residents and service organisations have been quick to act following the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan, sending goods and medical supplies to the Philippines. The...

Plan for ‘daunting’ Hampshire Road wins cyclists’ backing

Cyclists have welcomed Brimbank council’s plans to make Hampshire Road more bicycle-friendly. The council will investigate the removal of buses from the southern end of...

Residents fume over Deer Park landfill’s big stink

Residents are urging authorities to take action to eliminate foul odours that are lingering for hours at a time across up to six north-western...

Melton mayor: Bob Turner a beacon for battlers

Youth issues, advocating for elderly residents and being a voice for people in need are among the main priorities for Melton’s 94th mayor, Bob...

Cops close hi-tech net on Brimbank safety threats

Police will target five Brimbank collision hotspots with a cutting-edge patrol car this summer. Victoria Police’s new BlueNet vehicles, which will be trialled in four...

Brimbank council plumps for parks, trees to trump congestion

Sunshine North has been identified as a priority area in a plan designed to increase liveability in the west. The Greening the West report, co-authored...

St Albans: Two men arrested over armed robbery

Two men from St Albans have been charged with armed robbery following an early morning service station hold up yesterday. Police had been told an...

St Albans: Two men arrested over armed robbery

Two men from St Albans have been charged with armed robbery following an early morning service station hold up yesterday. Police had been told an...

Councillors cashed up as watchdog report slams practice

Victorian councillors are handing out thousands of ratepayer dollars with little or no accountability, according to a local government watchdog report. The Local Government Investigations...

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Council supports Gaza cease fire

Brimbank council has thrown its support behind Palestinian civilians with a historic motion calling for an immediate ceasefire in hostilities beween Israel and Palestine....