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Braybrook's Matthew Ferguson has been expressing himself through hip-hop dance for about 11 years as a way to overcome his intellectual disabilities, with his...

Upskilling the state’s electrical workforce

The state government is set to invest $7.2 million into Victoria's Continuing Professional Development program for electrical workers across the state. The support...

Free kinder spots available

Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay families with young children are encouraged to look into enrolling their child into the newly announced free kindergarten program. Early Childhood...

Calling for young people’s voices

Young people aged between 15 and 19 who live in Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay are encouraged to take part in the annual Mission Australia...

Knowing the stroke signs can save lives

It was during breakfast with his kids in November of 2020 when Stewart Grieg heard an unusual sound. The Werribee resident had woken up...

Grants available for local trade organisations

Eligible trader groups and business chambers are encouraged to apply for the third round of grants under the Business Chambers and Trader Groups program. Up...

Club remembers key contributor

The Williamstown Seagulls Football Integration Development Association Football Club community has remembered Ray Horsburgh AM as a valuable supporter of the club. The former...

Sharing support

Woolworths and Share the Dignity are calling on Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay residents to participate in a Dignity Drive following an increased need across...

Report calls for a co-ordinated approach to a greener Footscray

Ensuring a greener and more sustainable for Maribyrnong was the focus of Monash University student Emma Ward during her time within the Victorian Parliamentary...

Blazing a trail for greater canopy

Altona Meadows trail users will soon have more shade on their trips, with Hobsons Bay council planning to plant 320 native species along Skeleton...

Partial removal of ‘itchy bomb’ trees endorsed

Hobsons Bay council has adjusted its plans to remove and replace all of the Norfolk Island Hibiscus trees along Twyford Street in Williamstown, following...

Study details high prevalence of psychological violence in community sport

Two Victoria University researchers have led a new national study into the prevalence and frequency of violence against children within community sport in...

Milestone opening for Altona College

The Altona College community celebrated the official welcome of one of its newest members - the new Senior Centre building. Altona MP Jill Hennessy, Williamstown...

Council endorses Laverton social housing funding bid

Plans for a new social housing project in Laverton took one step closer to becoming reality, with Hobsons Bay council providing approval for the...

Final push for Millers Road works

West Gate Freeway users are advised to change their plans around upcoming closures along Millers Road's inbound exit and outbound entry ramps, as part...

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Calling for more injecting rooms

A public health institute has co-released a report in support of introducing a second safe injecting room for Melbourne, with one of the report's...