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Council supports electrification

The train line between Sunshine and Rockbank should be electrified in the vicinity of 2036 according to a new Infrastructure Victoria report. The report assessed...

Return made easier for international students

International students who meet vaccine requirements won’t have to quarantine when arriving in Australia, in a big boost for Victoria University. The state government last...

Changing of the guard

After more than 40 years, there is a change coming at Arthur Street Clinic in St Albans. Dr Kodikkakathu Saratchandran, who has been a doctor...

Community Calendar

Want your event listed? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and...

IPC moving to new Sunshine location

A new IPC Health site in Sunshine will make it easier for clients to access and provide more services. IPC Health last week closed its...

The gift of giving

Christmas is the time for giving in Brimbank. Brimbank council’s annual Giving Tree Program returns this year to help those in the community have an...

Jingle bells

Santa is already in town and sharing joy with shoppers at Watergardens Shopping Centre. The centre’s annual Christmas photos are already in process, with many...

Tree planting day in the McKay Gardens

Do you have a green thumb and want to help out a community group at the same time? The Friends of McKay Gardens are holding...

Brimbank archives

Star Weekly looks back through the pages of its predecessors. 40 years ago December 2, 1981 Dozens of tiger snakes disturbed by works on the Multiple Sclerosis...

International Day of People with Disabilities activities in Brimbank

Members of the community with a disability and their carers will receive free access to Sunshine Leisure Centre next week as part of International...

Four men charged

Four men have been charged after firearms and drugs were allegedly located during Firearm Prohibition Order (FPO) compliance searches in Brimbank on Thursday. Detectives executed...

Caroline Springs man charged with murder

UPDATED: A Caroline Springs airline pilot charged with murdering Victorian campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay has appeared in a regional Victorian court as...

Golf for everyone

Two free all-abilities golf clinics will be held at Keilor Public Golf Course this week. The events are being held in the lead up...

Hitting the stage

Hours of practicing in lockdown and in person paid off for Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs students. Students hit the stage recently in the college...

The show goes on

ELS School of Dance returned to live performances with a bang. The Kealba dance school pulled together three shows late last week. ELS took their concert...

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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...