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New traffic lights installed in Epping

Council has installed traffic lights at the intersection of Findon Road and Maserati Drive in Epping to improve pedestrian safety. The $255,000 upgrade also included...

Victorians can become AUSLAN qualified for free

Victorian residents, like those in Hume and Whittlesea, will have the opportunity to become Auslan interpreters through new courses added to the free TAFE...

Committee captures the Indigenous spirit

Ahead of National Reconciliation Week, Helena Abdou spoke to co-chair of the Whittlesea Reconciliation Group, Blair Colwell. The Whittlesea Reconciliation Group was formed 21 years...

Land yet to be acquired for new Craigieburn ambulance station

The state government says it is in process of acquiring land for a new Craigieburn ambulance station, which it promised to build more than...

Concerns for missing Roxburgh Park man

The search is on for missing 81-year-old Roxburgh Park man Frank. He was last seen in his vehicle on Moir Drive about 9am on...

Dallas man facing dangerous driving charges

A 23-year-old Dallas man has been charged with 12 offences over an alleged series of dangerous driving incidents in Broadmeadows. Police received numerous reports about...

Labor claims victory in Melbourne’s north

Labor has retained their seats in Melbourne’s north in the federal electorates of Calwell and Scullin. In Calwell, Labor MP Maria Vamvakinou has managed to...

Hunt is on for new Metro Tunnel drivers

The hunt is on across Victoria, including in Hume and Whittlesea, for new drivers to operate additional train services when the new Metro Tunnel...

Pet Census for owners in Victoria

The state government is backing the state’s first ever Pet Census to ensure pet owners across the state, including Hume and Whittlesea, have the...

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...

Government boost to Red Shield Appeal

The state government has announced a $150,000 contribution to boost the Salvation Army’s 2022 Red Shield Appeal. On Friday May 20, disability, ageing and...

Giving extra support for those with eating disorders

The state government will make a crucial investment to support Victorians, including those in Hume and Whittlesea, living with an eating disorder to ensure...

Call out for new apprentices

Northern tradespeople apprentices are encouraged to take advantage of a push to deliver 300 new building and construction sector apprenticeship for the Big Build...

Making it easier for kids to get the flu shot

The state government is helping families in Hume and Whittlesea stay safe this winter by making it easier for kids to get their annual...

From the archives

From the archives – Star Weekly looks back through the pages of our predecessors. 10 years ago May 29, 2012 Community pillars. Where would we be without...

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Concerns for missing Roxburgh Park man

The search is on for missing 81-year-old Roxburgh Park man Frank. He was last seen in his vehicle on Moir Drive about 9am on...