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Teen dies after Ravenhall crash

A St Albans boy has died in hospital following a car crash in Ravenhall on Saturday. The 17-year-old, the driver of the car, died in...

Road closure postponed

The road closure of Fitzgerald Road in Ardeer which was set to take place tonight has been postponed. The road was set to be closed...

Close up view of the Organ Pipes

Abseiling specialists got a close up look of the famous Organ Pipes as they completed weed control on and above the well known feature. The...

Vision for Sunshine released

The vision and framework for the development of the Sunshine Precinct as part of the Melbourne Airport Rail, has been released by the state...

Reduced vaccine capacity

Western Health’s vaccine program is being scaled back including at Sunshine Hospital as more the population is vaccinated. Western Health announced changes on its website...

Shining a light on young carers

A Brimbank young carer wants to make an impact and help get the message out there that more support is needed. Aristea Havelas, who has...

Unwanted goods can help others

Want to clean out your house and help local charities in the process? The Brimbank Reusable Goods Drop-off Day could be exactly what you’re looking...

Two men charged with murder of Sunshine North man

Two men have been charged with the murder of a Sunshine North man. The charges relate to the death of 24-year-old Chris Habiyakare on...

Police are investigating an alleged carjacking

Police are investigating an alleged carjacking and subsequent theft in Sunshine earlier this month. Images and CCTV footage of a man, who police are looking...

Calls for more advocacy

A Brimbank councillor is calling for LeadWest to provide more advocacy on behalf of the local community on key projects. Councillor Virginia Tachos highlighted the...

Ambulance station a step closer

A 24-hour ambulance station in Taylors Lakes is set to open in the middle of next year, more than five years after it was...

Police Hut restored

The restoration of one of Brimbank’s most historic buildings has been completed. Brimbank council and Keilor Historical Society on Saturday opened the restored Keilor Police...

Transmission line route a step closer

Undergrounding the Western Victoria Transmission Network Project would cost 16 times more according to an investigation into the construction of the transmission line. AusNet...

Planning approvals grow

Brimbank council approved more than $110 million worth of development for new planning applications in October alone. After a tough 12 months, the value of...

Carnival returns to Watergardens

Chants Summer Carnival will hit Watergardens every year as an ongoing event. After a successful event last year, the carnival organisers have decided to come...

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Brimbank archives

Star Weekly looks back through the pages of its predecessors. 40 years ago December 9, 1981 The State Government has finally given the go ahead for...