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Sunshine Hospital’s new children’s ward opens

Sick kids across the west will benefit from state-of-the-art facilities at Sunshine Hospital’s upgraded children’s ward. The new ward was opened last week. It will care...

Sunshine North grassfire fits ‘suspected arson’ trend

Police are investigating a ‘suspicious’ fire in Sunshine North that burned six hectares of grassland. Metropolitan Fire Brigade spokeswoman Meg Rayner said that despite being...

Kindergarten funds limbo sparks fee rise fears

Kindergarten fees could be put beyond the reach of many Brimbank parents if the federal government cuts funding, according to one of the municipality’s...

Brimbank’s young people facing rising debt

Fines, debts and expensive mobile phone plans are the issues that most lead Brimbank’s young people into legal trouble, according to the Sunshine Youth...

Brimbank council calls for Melbourne Airport bus link

A Melbourne Airport bus service from Sunshine railway station could be on the cards if Brimbank council has its way. The council has called on...

St Albans couple from Malta mark 60th wedding anniversary

A big, loving family and lots of good, home-cooked meals have taken lovebirds Carmen and Henry Busuttil from the altar to an anniversary of...

St Albans couple from Malta mark 60th wedding anniversary

A big, loving family and lots of good, home-cooked meals have taken lovebirds Carmen and Henry Busuttil from the altar to an anniversary of...

Sydenham: Catholic Regional College trade centre trades up

Catholic Regional College’s Sydenham campus is all smiles after its trade training centre received a glowing endorsement from the federal government. The centre, which operates...

St Albans couple from Malta mark 60th wedding anniversary

A big, loving family and lots of good, home-cooked meals have taken lovebirds Carmen and Henry Busuttil from the altar to an anniversary of...

Sunshine West woman ‘paranoid’ after break-ins

A Sunshine West woman is living in fear after two attempted burglaries at her house in less than six months. The woman’s daughter, who did...

Brimbank council’s call: Let’s be neighbourly

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours … So says Brimbank council, which is encouraging residents to get to know their neighbours in the lead-up to Neighbour...

Police warning over theft of garage remotes

Police are concerned by a series of burglaries across Brimbank and Melton during which thieves steal remote controls from cars to burgle garages and,...

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College aspires to new heights

Gifted year 7 students will be grouped together this year under an accelerated program that is being piloted at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College. The school...

Brimbank council seeks people for leadership program

A Cairnlea community support worker says a free community leadership program is a superb avenue to personal and professional change. Brimbank council is seeking 18...

Sydenham-Hillside Primary School teacher ready for wingless race

While it looks cosy enough for youngsters to drive, the wingless sprint car that a Sydenham-Hillside Primary School teacher will race later this month...

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Thunder digging deep

Keilor Thunder’s character is starting to shine through in the National Basketball League 1 South women’s competition. After coming from 24 points down the previous...