• Crime on the rise

    Brimbank’s crime rate has risen by 9 per cent in the 12…

    Flu cases top 500

    More than 500 Brimbank residents have been diagnosed with the flu so…

    Plunge in for big fun

    It may be the middle of winter, but Watergardens Town Centre wants…

    Free classes no stretch for studio

    A Derrimut yoga studio is hoping to stretch new participants to their…

    Tip growth gets go-ahead

    The Brimbank council and residents have slammed a decision to approve a…

    Matilidas base race narrows

    Brimbank’s chances of becoming the Australian headquarters of the national women’s soccer…

    A cracker of a show

    Once upon a time, a much-loved ballet came to Keilor. As part…

    Funding bonus for St Albans East Primary School

    St Albans East Primary school will soon have bigger and better classrooms.…

    Businesses suck it up to save on litter

    The Sunshine Business Association may think straws suck, but its sustainability program…

    My Brimbank: Kaye McKenner

    What’s your connection to Brimbank? I lived a large part of my…

    Straw argument for city

    Thousands of single-use plastic straws and cups have been diverted from landfill…

    Locals rubbish system

    Derrimut residents say they have no faith in online reporting systems after…

    Dying laws bring 'peace of mind'

    Ardeer resident Nia Sims says Victoria’s new assisted dying laws will change…

    A tale of two donations

    Mother and daughter Sarah and Caitlin Hall have teamed up to cut…

    Wait continues for deathtrap fix

    “How many more people have to die before this is fixed?” It’s…