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Man charged over shooting, car fire

A man was charged on Saturday following a Broadmeadows car fire and a nearby shooting in December. With assistance from the Australian Federal Police and...

Freeway works won’t disrupt ANZAC weekend

Expect some delays on the Hume Freeway in the coming weeks, with some big road upgrades being worked on, although ANZAC Day weekend will...

Refugees seeing plenty

A group of newly arrived refugees from Melbourne’s north were treated to a trip to the scenic Plenty Gorge as part of their introduction...

National Water Week comp returns

Entries for this year’s National Water Week poster competition are now open and Greater Western Water (GWW) is inviting all local primary, kindergarten and...

Picket for Palestine continues

At the crack of dawn when most locals are asleep, pro-Palestinian protestors have been picketing and stopping work at the Heat Treatment Australia...

Australians invited to have their say

The Climate Change Authority is inviting Australians, including those in Hume and Whittlesea, to have their say on 2035 emissions reduction targets. The authority said...

Young Victorians invited to express their views

Young Victorians aged 15-19 are encouraged to have their say in Mission Australia’s the 23rd annual Youth Survey. The Youth Survey is an opportunity for...

Broncos strong start

Hume City Broncos made it two from two and celebrated coach Carey Papanicolaou’s 500th Big V game as coach in style in the women’s...

Undermanned Demons step up

An injury riddled Mernda is on the board in the Northern Football League division 3 season. Last season’s runners-up have been hit hard by injuries...

Thomastown seeking a coach

Thomastown is seeking a refresh as it aims to turn things around on the field in the Diamond Valley Cricket Association. Thomastown missed the finals...

Eaton leaves Eagles

There will be a new captain at Craigieburn next Victorian Turf Cricket Association senior season. Josh Eaton, who captained the side this season, is moving...

Marth steps in at Whittlesea United

New Whittlesea United coach Andrew Marth’s break from coaching didn’t last long. Having coached for more than 30 years, Marth was having a break after...

Thompson tops off season

Bundoora United gun Joel Thompson has won best and fairest medals before, but winning this season’s John Gleeson Medal is the most special one. Thompson...

Heritage Epping transforming dementia residents’ lives

Heritage Epping’s Memory Support Unit (MSU) and Laughter Care program are transforming the lives of residents like Ursula, while strengthening their relationships with others. Ursula,...

College announces second campus in 2026

Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale, a leading institution in educational excellence and spiritual growth, proudly announces the opening of its second campus in Mickleham, for...

Bill’s big day out at the Northcote Rise Festival

Heritage Northcote was a major sponsor of this year’s highly successful Northcote Rise Festival. Bill, a resident at Heritage Northcote, enjoyed the festival’s music,...

Coeducation prepares students for the real world

Initially established as a girls’ school in 1964, St Monica’s College in Epping has flourished since it became a coeducational school. In the 1970s, the...

New principal takes the helm at Penola Catholic College

Penola Catholic Collegehas welcomed a new Principal in 2024. Tracey Kift is the fifth principal of the college, and its first female principal. “I am excited...

Dr Backhoy, the first female Chairperson of the MGRA

International Women's Day is the perfect time to acknowledge and honour women who work tirelessly to improve the greyhound racing industry and animal welfare. Former...

Reminder to protect paddock trees during burns

The Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) is asking landowners, including those in Hume and Whittlesea, to protect paddock trees when burning...

Fish stocks hit record

The state government has hit a high-water mark with 10 million fish stocked this year through its stocking program for recreational fishers, including those...

Summer read record

More than 16,000 children and young people across Victoria, including Hume and Whittlesea, have set a new reading record in this year’s Big Summer...

Protecting Aboriginal heritage across Victoria

The state government is inviting Victorian Traditional Owners to apply for positions on the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council and play a key role protecting...

Stroke signs awareness

Stroke Foundation is urging Aussies, including those in Hume and Whittlesea, to think ‘Arms in April’ in a bid to raise awareness of the...

Nominations for Victorian Rural Health Awards open

Nominations for the 2024 Victorian Rural Health Awards are now open. The state government said there are many medical practitioners, nurses, allied health workers, Aboriginal...

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Picket for Palestine continues

At the crack of dawn when most locals are asleep, pro-Palestinian protestors have been picketing and stopping work at the Heat Treatment Australia...