• Articles with the tag: Wyndham

    Young student’s wonderful word

    Young Disha has a way with words. The seven-year-old, who is in…

    Warringa Park kids get active

    Pupils from Warringa Park School in Werribee South celebrated getting active this…

    Ten years of memories for school

    A Point Cook school is celebrating a special anniversary this week. Point…

    Skeleton Creek bridge open for business

    A new bridge over Skeleton Creek has been opened on Leakes Road…

    Concern over road toll

    Eight people have lost their lives on Wyndham’s roads so far this…

    Ready for a gouda day

    It’s time to cheese the day. The Fromage a Trois Cheese Festival…

    Sister act, with mum too

    For a Tarneit mother and her two daughters, acting is a family…

    Andrew's hams are sow good

    When it comes to bringing home the bacon, Andrew Vourvahakis is a…

    Big chop for charity

    A group of pupils from a Point Cook school will take part…

    Wyndham booms to half a million

    Wyndham’s population is expected to balloon past half a million people within…

    Wyndham not a home-burglary hotspot

    Wyndham residents are at “low risk” of home-burglaries according to a new…

    It all adds up for Dulain

    When it comes to times tables, totals and triangles, 10-year-old Dulain is…

    Lots of lots in Wyndham

    The number of land sales in Wyndham during the September quarter of…

    Volunteers muck in to preserve Wyndham grasslands

    Refugee volunteers are rolling their sleeves up to help save an important…

    College picks up recycling prize

    Tarneit students proved that one person’s trash is another person’s masterpiece. Year…
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