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Two men charged with Campbellfield armed robbery

Two men have been charged following an attempted armed robbery at a service station in Campbellfield earlier this year. Investigators allege two men attended a...

Council sets emissions goal

Whittlesea council is aiming to be a zero net emissions organisation by 2022. The council’s goal is to become a leader in clean and sustainable...

House fire in Broadmeadows

Police will investigate a house fire that occurred on Tuesday morning in Broadmeadows. Firefighters were called to the Ripplebrooke Drive property just after 7am, and...

Upfield line reopened

Trains have resumed on the Upfield train line two weeks early after level crossing removal works finished ahead of schedule. Buses have run on the...

Virus cases hit five-month low

Active COVID-19 cases in Hume have fallen to their lowest level in five months. Having peaked at 590 active cases on August 8, there were...

Blueprint for jobs creation

Job-generating projects and transport infrastructure are needed to help Melbourne's north recover from the impacts of COVID-19, according to a new report. The latest Northern...

Put your poppies out

Craigieburn War Memorial and Remembrance Committee is wanting the local community to get behind Remembrance Day by putting poppies out to mark the day With...

Surf’s up once again

Surfers are making the most of the waves at URBNSURF in Tullamarine. The centre reopened late last month after having been shut for six months...

House prices rebound

House prices rebounded in the September quarter in Hume and Whittlesea, according to the latest Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) data. While median house...

La Trobe scientist recognised

La Trobe University Professor Ani Desai has been named as a Victorian Young Tall Poppy for 2020 by the Australian Institute of Policy and...

A stranger’s kindness helps Woronka family

Travis McCarty is walking 100 kilometres over 24 hours to help a family he doesn’t know. The father of four was so struck by a...

Lakes topped up with trout

Keen fishers will find more fish in their lakes with the state government last week stocking a number of lakes with more ‘stonker’ rainbow...

Transport tops council wish lists

Transport infrastructure and services are top of Whittlesea and Hume councils' state budget wish list. The budget, which will be held on November 24, was...

Rural landowner grants

Rural landholders can get some help implementing sustainable land management projects through Whittlesea council’s Environmental Works Grant Program. The program provides a financial incentive to...

More schools for Hume

Two new primary schools in Hume are a step closer after receiving funding from the state government’s Non-Government Schools Capital Fund. The schools which will...

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Man charged over Thomastown man’s death

A man has been charged with murder following the death of a Thomastown man in Reservoir on Monday. Police said emergency services were called following...