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Shortages stifle station

The opening of a new ambulance station in Craigieburn isn’t something to celebrate say paramedics. The new Yuroke Ambulance Station was opened on March...

Plan your Anzac Day in Hume

This Anzac Day, the Craigieburn War Memorial and Remembrance Committee (CWMRC) will host two services and the community is invited to attend. At The Craigieburn...

New emus at La Trobe

La Trobe University has a new feather in its cap, with the introduction of three emus to its wildlife sanctuary in Bundoora. The emus were...

Local stars in global production

Bundoora’s own Dom Hennequin is one of the stars of a global play about to make its Australian debut. Based on the novel The Man...

‘Living grief’ confonting families

Gisborne’s Tamara Wilson says watching her daughter battle an eating disorder was a form of ’living grief’. With eating disorders on the rise,...

A van full of relief

In an attempt to address food insecurity, Anglicare Victoria’s food relief van will soon roll into Craigieburn. Generous donor Peter Manger paid for the van...

Quarry put on notice

The operators of the Keilor quarry in Tullamarine, have been put on notice by environmental regulators to ensure material on site does not exceed...

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...

Major speeding in Bundoora caught

A man has been charged in Bundoora after being caught nearly 100km/hour over the speed limit. It is understood the man was captured by a...

Police searching for burglars

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Kalkallo on Tuesday morning. It is believed unknown offenders attended a pharmacy on Toyon Road on...

Lalor brawler arrested

A Lalor man is one of nine arrested for partaking in a street brawl on January 26. Police arrested nine men between March 25 and...

Support the call to Fix the Calder

Hume council is supporting Brimbank councils call for all hands on decks to rally for both the federal and state governments to ‘Fix the...

Brick by brick

Mickleham’s youngest budding artists had the chance to show off their skills as the Merrifield estate celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a brand...

Support to foster next crop of teachers

Cost-of-living support will be given to tertiary students in a state government attempt to create the next generation of state school teachers. Yan Yean MP...

Autism Awareness close to home

As Autism Awareness Month gets underway, local Bundoora mum Simmonne Dyson-Holland knows just how daunting it can be to put your children into the...

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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...