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40 years ago October 22, 1980 ELECTION 80 - it’s all over but the shouting - the Liberals are still in power, the Democrats could...

Charity a cause close to Sarah’s heart

Sarah Gambin’s heart has endured more than any mother’s should ever have to, but her love for her children gives her the strength to...

Station works underway

Work is underway at Watergardens station to extend platforms to fit bigger, more modern trains and improve accessibility. Wheelchair boarding platforms are being installed and...

Pantries bridge the gap

Shelves and tables loaded with food are popping up outside homes across Brimbank for anyone in need. The community pantries set out in Kings Park,...

Celebrating the kids

Ayla and Emma are among the thousands of Brimbank youngsters who will be acknowledged and celebrated during Children’s Week. The week, from October 24...

Steps towards freedom

Long-awaited trips to the hairdresser, golf sessions and reuniting with friends and family are among the freedoms that Brimbank residents can enjoy again as...

Amazon hub opens in Tullamarine

By Esther Lauaki Online shoppers in the west and north can expect speedier deliveries as web retailer Amazon sets up shop in Tullamarine. Amazon last...

Funding boost for food relief services

Food relief services in Brimbank can apply for state funding to ensure they reach out to those in need, as safely as possible. ...

Top honours for Arts Epicentre

Braybook’s Arts Epicentre has taken out top honours at the Dulux 2020 Colour Awards. The Arts Epicentre is a new building, amalgamating Caroline Chisholm College’s...

Weekly tests for high-risk industries

Workers in some of Brimbank's high-risk industries will face more intensive COVID testing as part of a new Surveillance Testing Program in an effort...

Astrophysicist vies for election

A Brimbank astrophysicist wants to inspire young people to discover the world of science. Dr Josef Zybert, a candidate in the Taylors Ward for...

Call to boost maternal health services

Rising birth rates in Brimbank has prompted a call for better maternal and child health services. Mum of two Emma Langoulant, a candidate for the...

Drugs, cash seized by taskforce

Police arrested five people and seized drugs, cash and vehicles over 10-days last month as part of a joint organised crime taskforce investigation into...

CPR skills life-saving

A Kealba woman who saved a man’s life after he collapsed in the grips of a heart attack is encouraging Victorians to learn CPR....

JobKeeper cuts hit hard

Workers in hard-hit areas like Sunshine and St Albans stand to miss out on more than $8 million in fortnightly payments with the JobKeeper...

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Steps towards freedom

Long-awaited trips to the hairdresser, golf sessions and reuniting with friends and family are among the freedoms that Brimbank residents can enjoy again as...