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Community loses its voice

A western suburbs institution said goodbye on Thursday. At 12pm on January 16, community radio station Stereo 974 Sunshine ceased transmission. Management at the station confirmed...

My Brimbank: Candace Colaco

Candace Colaco was sick and tired of seeing rubbish on the side of the road, so she started her own project to clean Brimbank’s...

Safety camera push

Sunshine traders are set to lobby the Department of Justice and Brimbank council to install CCTV cameras throughout the suburb. The move comes after a...

My Brimbank: Theresa Stefanovski

What’s your connection to Brimbank? I live in Taylors Hill. I’ve lived out here for 12 years and worked locally as a hairdresser.   What do you...

Residents left unhappy over airport engagement

Keilor residents have slammed the findings from Melbourne Airport’s community workshops. The airport held a series of workshops into the possibility of switching the alignment...

Bellissimo poetry

Springside West Secondary College may have only introduced Italian classes this year, but they’re already having an impact. The school entered 73 students in a...

Beauty is in the beer

Peter Kakol loves a beer. He loves it so...

My Brimbank: Sue Jenkins

What’s your connection to Brimbank?   I am the operations co-ordinator at The Youth Junction Inc. based at the Visy Cares Hub in Sunshine.   What do you...

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Holiday program packs a punch

Local children have the chance to put their best foot forward these school holidays, with a...

Reserve some fun

Taylors Hill residents will soon have even more reasons to get outdoors, with works under way...

Put your project on council radar

Melton community members are being asked to share their ideas to make a difference in the...

Fangirls find new direction

The teenage fanaticism of two Melton girls with boy band One Direction is set to hit the stage next month. Emma Lastrina and Laura Davis...

Awfully big adventure

A familiar tale is flying into town, with the latest production from Creekside College set to light up the stage. The Caroline Springs school’s production...

Toys need a friend

The Albion Toy Library is on the verge of being homeless. The much-loved library has been operating out of Albion Primary School for three years,...

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Let us keep planning powers : Council

Brimbank council wants to remain the key planning authority on a massive development on Ballarat Road, Cairnlea. The council has been informed that Development Victoria...

Gyms welcome return