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Brimbank Buses

Brimbank council is calling on the state government to better support the western suburbs through public transport as there is currently a gap in...

Job support for women

Brimbank women wanting help to re-join the workforce are being encouraged to take part in a pilot program. Council On the Ageing's (COTA) Women Working...

Crime syndicate crackdown continues

Police seized a number of prohibited items from properties in Hillside and Airport West as part ongoing investigation into organised crime syndicates. The Echo Taskforce...

Keilor night market returns

The Keilor Night market is set to make its return this Wednesday night after a brief winter hiatus. Regularly taking place on the first Wednesday...

Band members wanted

Do you play the trumpet or a percussion instrument? Then why not join the Sunshine Community Brass band? The band is searching for new members,...

2000 new plants in Brimbank for National Tree Day

Friends of Kororoit Creek (FOKC) and the community joined together on Sunday, 31 July in a mammoth working bee for National Tree Day, with...

Police callout following Keilor Park assault

Police are appealing for information following the “serious” assault of a man in Keilor Park last month. Police said a 49-year-old Keilor man who was...

New exhibition for Sunshine

Central Victorian artist Phillip Edwards will bring his new exhibition, 'Beautifully Broke' at Brimbank Gallery and Sunshine Library this moth. 'Beautifully Broke' explores and reflects...

New members wanted for Deer Park Lions Club

Deer Park Lions Club is on the hunt for new members. The club was established in 1976 and offers community service in a relaxed and...

New program training safer drivers

Victorian drivers, including those in Brimbank will now have access to a high quality training created by road safety experts. RACV has launched...

VU, Orygen to boost mental health workforce

Victoria University (VU) has a new partnership with Orygen, Australia’s centre of excellence in youth mental health is aimed at boosting youth mental health...

First aid for four-legged friends

Victorian pet owners, such as those in Brimbank, are being encouraged to ensure they know basic first aid skills to care for their pets...

Supporting women in sport

Victorian women in sport will have the opportunity to hone and further develop their skills through the a new initiative by the state government...

From the archives

35 years ago July 29, 1987 A clear glazed atrium in the shape of a cross about 240 metres long and 20 metres high will straddle...

Embedded power networks to be banned

Private power networks are set to be banned in new residential apartment buildings and existing networks will be reformed, the state government announced on...

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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...