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Shoot out stalls opening

After months of back and forth between Moon Dog Craft Brewery and Maribyrnong council, it seems there is no happy ending following a last...

Asbestos confirmed at 14 sites

The total number of asbestos-affected sites in Hobsons Bay has been finalised at 14 sites, following the confirmation of contamination at a further five...

Marching for Anzacs

The Footscray RSL hosted its annual Anzac Day march on Sunday, April 21. Beginning at 11am, the procession began at Victoria University, completing its journey...

Marching for justice

More than 80 members of the Hobsons Bay community marched on Tuesday, April 9, in support of Techno Park residents currently at threat of...

Affordable homes

Across the state, people are grappling with the high cost of housing. At a local level, approximately 30 per cent of residents living in...

Setting sun seeks filmmakers

The 11th annual Setting Sun International Film Festival (SSIFF) is calling for entries for its annual festival. This year the festival will be held from...

My Place

Award winning local author Louise Karch tells Jennifer Pittorino about her new book. Tell us why you decided to come to Australia from Canada. I had...

Magic starting to click

Things are starting to fall into place for Altona Magic in the National Premier League competition. After an ‘ugly’ win the previous round, the Magic...

Magpies get first win

Parkside was keen to come and show they wouldn’t be easy beats back in the top flight of the Western Football League and early...

First loss for Seagulls

Williamstown’s winning streak ended at three in the Victorian Football League on Saturday. The Seagulls were one of three teams undefeated entering round four, with...

Falcons go big

The City West Falcons took the rolling sub to a new level as they did a demolition job against the Peninsula Waves on Wednesday...

Clubs calling for changes

A Western Football League coach is among those calling for changes to be made to the competition structure, or risk losing clubs and players. In...

Baker joins the Bulls

New Newport-Digman coach Paul Baker is looking forward to a new challenge in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association. Baker was announced as coach earlier this...

Hearing aids: what to expect when you wear them.

Starting to use hearing aids is a big step for anyone, especially if you’re in your 60s and have been missing out on a...

Final opportunity to secure Waterline Place apartment

Seize the final opportunity to secure a luxury Williamstown apartment with spectacular views at Waterline Place by AVJennings. With the building nearing completion, prospective buyers...

New Doutta Galla CEO to champion quality aged care

Doutta Galla Aged Care Services Limited (Doutta Galla) is delighted to announce the appointment of Glenn Rappensberg as its new Chief Executive Officer, who...

Townhomes at Bradmill Yarraville designed with an eye to the future

Pioneer Townhomes, the first homes to hit the market at the iconic Bradmill Yarraville residential mixed-use development, will pay homage to the site’s industrial...

A retirement lifestyle like no other

What does your perfect day look like? Is it a family outing to the beach? A leisurely hike through the Wetlands Bird Sanctuary? Or...

Bradmill Yarraville has best of the west on its doorstep

Bradmill Yarraville, developed in partnership by Frasers Property Australia and Irongate, is ideally located at 355-359 Francis Street, Yarraville, to take advantage of the...

Stabbing at Highpoint Shopping Centre

Emergency services responded to a stabbing in Maribyrnong on Sunday, April 21. It is understood two males were involved in a physical altercation inside a...

Man charged over ‘targeted’ fatal shooting at shops

A 40-year-old Newport man has been remanded in custody after being charged with murder over a fatal shooting of a man at a strip...

Man arrested for dangerous driving

Police have arrested a man for driving dangerously on the wrong side of the road through numerous Melbourne suburbs including Williamstown and Richmond on...

Multicultural media funding

Victorians, including those in Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay, will receive support to tell their stories through the state's vibrant multicultural media outlets. The state government...

Enrolments now open for Prep 2025

The state government has opened enrolments for the 2025 intake of Prep students – encouraging families to plan their applications for their preferred school...

Nowhere to hide for family violence offenders

Victoria Police is warning the state’s most dangerous family violence perpetrators there’s nowhere to hide – as a crackdown leads to a record number...

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Magic starting to click

Things are starting to fall into place for Altona Magic in the National Premier League competition. After an ‘ugly’ win the previous round, the Magic...

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