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Family of Mill Park worker urges vaccinations after death

The family of a long-term employee of Serco, Mill Park, is urging the community to get vaccinated after he died in hospital from COVID-19. In...

Cat curfew flagged

Whittlesea's feline residents could be subject to a cat curfew under a new plan being considered by council. The council is seeking feedback on its...

A bard in Doreen’s midst

A Doreen resident has been initiated into the College of Bards of Gorsedh Kernow. The bards of Gorsedh Kernow help to maintain the national Celtic...

Hume man in 20s dies from COVID, postcodes on high alert

A man from Hume in his 20s has died from COVID-19 as five Hume postcodes have been put on high alert after recording some...

Hospital expands virtual ED

Northern Health’s virtual emergency department (ED) has extended its operating hours to further support the community during the COVID-19 peak period. The virtual ED was...

Rental stress hits Hume

Lockdown has impacted city of Hume residents' ability to pay their rent, new data reveals. The Tenants Victoria data, released late last month, examined the...

Program gets people job ready

A free program is providing training for those interested in working in the disability sector. OnCall Australia, an organisation that provides professional support personnel for...

Long road ahead in race for a cure

When little baby Levi had his first seizure on his very first night home from the hospital, parents Steve and Karsha Trowbridge weren’t quite...

Calls mounting for more COVID vaccine in Hume

Calls for more COVID-19 vaccines to be sent to Hume are mounting, with the council urging the state government to allow its staff to...

Hume postcode tops active case list

A Hume postcode that was one of the worst-affected areas during Victoria's second COVID-19 wave last year, has recorded the highest number of active...

Police investigating suspicious Thomastown car fire

Police are investigating a suspicious car fire in Thomastown earlier this week. Investigators have been told two people walked up the driveway of a Philip...

Police investigating reports of offensive graffiti at Jack Roper Reserve, Broadmeadows

Police are investigating reports of offensive graffiti at a Broadmeadows park. In a statement on the Eyewatch - Hume Police Service Area Facebook page, police...

Mill Park woman prosecuted for neglecting dog

A Mill Park woman has been prosecuted by RSPCA Victoria for “grossly neglecting” a poodle. The woman has had a 15-month community corrections order imposed...

Risk Hume lockdown stretches into 2022: Councillor

A Hume councillor fears the municipality will remain in lockdown "well into Christmas and the new year" if vaccine supplies are not urgently boosted. Cr...

Five arrested following alleged high-risk driving in Melbourne’s north-western suburbs

Five people have been arrested following alleged high-risk driving through Melbourne’s north-western suburbs overnight. Police said a white Toyota sedan was observed allegedly driving erratically...

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Charges laid against Coolaroo’s Phoenix Environmental Group

The Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has laid six charges against Coolaroo recycling company Phoenix Environmental Group and a director of the company. EPA said...