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Brimbank: Labor to keep administrators until 2016

Elected councillors will not return to Brimbank next year, regardless of who wins the state election. Opposition leader Daniel Andrews confirmed that if Labor was...

Brimbank’s poker machine lull comes to an end

Brimbank’s poker machine spending has bounced back after a brief decline and could record the second-highest figure in history. According to data from the Victorian...

Brimbank: One in eight crossings missing a ‘lollipop’

Brimbank council says it’s satisfied with safety at its school crossings after figures obtained by Star Weekly show one in eight crossings in the...

Jobseekers asked to shun mickey mouse training providers

Jobseekers beware: Don’t be fooled by mickey mouse training providers who are out to fleece you and leave you with a hole in pocket...

Ravenhall landfill: EPA tells Boral to fix odour and gas issues

Boral’s Ravenhall landfill has been handed a pollution abatement notice by Environment Protection Authority for odours related to several gas wells. An EPA compliance inspection...

Keilor East robbery: Police seek help to nab offenders

Police are appealing for public assistance following an armed robbery in Keilor East earlier this month.  The victim and five friends, who the Star Weekly...

Albion: Fire guts vacant house in Derrimut Street

A vacant, single-storey house in Albion will have to be demolished after a fire gutted it early this morning. Metropolitan Fire Brigade crews were able...

Call to support children of slain mum Fiona Warzywoda

A Melton resident is continuing her campaign to raise vital funds for the children of slain mother-of-four Fiona Warzywoda. Stephanie Payne, who was an acquaintance...

Ravenhall landfill: Hundreds kick up final tip stink

More than 500 residents have made a last-minute plea to the Melton council, urging it to reject Boral’s application to expand its Ravenhall landfill. Residents...

East Keilor: Police identify body found near Keilor Cemetery

UPDATE: A body found propped against a tree near a cemetery in East Keilor has been identified as Dandenong man Michael Andrew Strike. Detectives have released...

Deer Park land rezoning at Orica site could bring 3500 jobs to Brimbank

More than 3500 jobs are expected to be created in Brimbank following the rezoning of about 72 hectares of land in Deer Park. The Star...

Deer Park rezoning to yield 3500 jobs in Brimbank

More than 3500 jobs are expected to be created in Brimbank following the rezoning of about 72 hectares of land in Deer Park. It was...

Altona hoon caught speeding at 100km/h over the limit in Ravenhall

A hoon has had his motorcycle impounded after being clocked speeding at almost 100km/h over the speed limit in Ravenhall. The Altona man was spotted...

Labor intensifies opposition to East West Link’s western section

The state opposition says it does not support the second stage of the East West Link, regardless of whether the first stage is built,...

Seven Brimbank teenagers charged over stabbing of Wyndham Vale man

Seven Brimbank teenagers have been charged with assault and affray-related offences following a stabbing at Sunshine railway station on April 24. Detectives from Transit Crime...

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Knights staying put

The Melbourne Knights won’t be part of the National Second Tier competition in the near future. Football Australia announced in November the first eight...

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