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Wally finds a home at Watergardens

Watergardens Town Centre is welcoming a very special guest these school holidays... but you’ll have to find him first. With COVID-19 restrictions still in place,...

Work to extinguish fires begins

Work to extinguish underground fires at the Kealba Landfill began last week, more than seven months after the issue was first discovered. The site's operators...

Fire warning as winter comes

The MFB is calling on Brimbank residents to remain vigilant to fire risks this winter. Victorian firefighters are concerned that people may be unaware that...

Window of opportunity

While there might be light at the end of the tunnel, the Brimbank Council is urging the community to continue to look after its...

Education finds a way

A Delahey woman is ready to start her teaching career after completing her training and assessment course remotely. Lisa Naoum undertook a certificate IV in...

Nature comes to the big screen

Wildlife, nature and spades of fun are promised when the Environmental Film Festival Australia (EFFA) comes to Brimbank next month. After a highly successful 2019...

Beauty ditches makeup for a cause

A Sydneham based Miss World Australia contestant is ditching the makeup for a worthy cause. Leonarda Vella is one of a number of contestants taking...

Helping hand for most vulnerable

The Vietnamese community has rallied behind its most vulnerable. While essential services have continued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many have been unable to utilise them. Vietnamese...

Crime rise in Brimbank

Crime in Brimbank rose across all major categories for the year ending March 2020, according to the latest figures from the Crime Statistics Agency. According...

New hospital for Sunshine

Sunshine's health system is set for a major boost with the introduction of the suburb's first private hospital early next year. The hospital will be...

Hutchins returns to ministry

Member for Sydenham Natalie Hutchins has rejoined the Cabinet as the fallout from a Labor Party branch stacking scandal continues. Premier Daniel Andrews welcomed Ms...

Fight for Millenium Man continues

Sunshine’s much-loved Millennium Man statue still stands … for now. Last week Vicinity Centres, the operator of Sunshine Marketplace, confirmed it planned to remove the...

Western football league cancels season

There will be no senior football played in the Western Region Football League this season, with the board putting a line through 2020 last...

Virus testing in Brimbank to ramp up

Health officials will flood Brimbank over the coming days in a bid to quash outbreaks of COVID-19 within the municipality. Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said...

Local lockdown looms

Brimbank may be subjected to a "local lockdown" as the state government scrambles to avoid a second wave of COVID-19. The municipality has been flagged...

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Lions sticking to the processes

Taylors Lakes coach Steve Burns couldn’t have asked for much more since taking over at the Essendon District Football League division 2 club. While the...