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VU skills hub unveiled

Victoria University has unveiled a $30 million state of the art skills hub at its Sunshine campus. The Sunshine Skills Hub includes a health and...

Costing tool for back to school

Children's education charity Ardoch has released a guide to help ease financial stress for families at the start of the school year. Ardoch chief executive...

Back to school a double delight

Teachers at Sydenham Hillside Primary School could be forgiven for thinking they’re seeing double. The school has welcomed six sets of twins as part of...

School journey begins

As school starts for another year, so does the educational journey for thousands of preps across Brimbank. For twins Liam and Julian of St Albans,...

Bracks unveils bold new plan for Sunshine

A bold plan to create 50,000 new jobs in Sunshine will today be unveiled by former Victorian premier Steve Bracks. The Sunshine – Daring to be...

School is one of a kind

Brimbank's pop-up drive through recycling initiative is returning for a second instalment. Residents will be able to carry out their spring cleaning and take their...

Robot building reaps big rewards

Budding inventors at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College have been crowned the state’s best robotic builders. The school's VEX IQ Robotics Team attended the Victorian Championships...

Book for the ages

Fifty grade 2 and 3 pupils from Ardeer Primary School are celebrating becoming published authors. The pupils wrote, illustrated and published Mrs Balil's Brilliant Boots...

Imagination runs wild

A showcase of imagination, creativity and technology continues to be a yearly highlight at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College. Each year the school's auditorium is transformed...

Springside school zone backflip

A “bureaucratic bungle” which would have seen up to 20 students from Springside College locked out of their preferred high school has been reversed. In...

School’s book bonanza

More than $8000 worth of new books will fill the shelves of Stevensville Primary School’s library after a special delivery last week. The donation is...

Kung Fu Pigs wins big

Pupils from St Albans’ Sacred Heart Primary School stole the show at one of the country’s biggest performing arts events for schools. More than 280...

Inspiration drives creativity

Resurrection Primary School pupils will strut the catwalk on Thursday night, showcasing a number of creative designs. The year 6 pupils from the Kings Park...

Festival of sports

A Caroline Springs school is putting a new twist on the traditional sports day. Christ the Priest Primary School is hosting a “sports expo”, with...

Career worth celebrating

After nearly five decades, the final bell has rung on the career of a much loved teacher. Albion North Primary School teacher Rasma Melderis has...

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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