5 stories from around the Star Weekly network this week that may have passed you by 


Henry twins have got talent

Having made their acting debuts at just nine months of age, Sunbury’s Eloise and Isobel Henry (above), now 5, are wowing judges with their dance skills on Australia’s Got Talent.



No reunion with pet despite microchip proof

Several years after Wendy lost her beloved dog Neena, Melton council says it has found a dog belonging to her, thanks to microchip records. However, despite knowing where the dog is, neither the council or police seem willing or able to help get the dog back.



Community gets behind bashing victim

A brutal bashing in Wyndham Vale last month has triggered a fundraising campaign that encapsulates Wyndham’s strong community spirit. Josh Lim, 23, and an 18-year-old were set upon by six men allegedly wielding weapons on the night of February 18 as they raced to the aid of a female teenager being harassed by the group.



Gary Davison’s shed and the council-owned access road. (Supplied)

Fishing Village used for sex, drugs and bogan strolls 

The Williamstown lessee of a fishing shed on Kororoit Creek has called on Hobsons Bay council to stop people using his land for rubbish dumping, drug taking and even filming pornography.




Skinner Reserve pitch vandalism mars VTCA finals

Kingsville Baptists, who play out of Skinner Reserve in Braybrook, arrived at their home ground on Saturday morning to find the cricket pitch had been strategically dug up and oil poured on top of the surface to ensure the second day of its match with Sunshine Heights did not go ahead.