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Dragons fire as finals loom

SUNSHINE Heights cemented a top-four spot with a resounding 75-point victory over North Footscray at Hansen Reserve in Division Two of the Western Region...

Tower planned

By Ann Marie Angebrandt PLANS to build a 30-metre mobile phone tower next to a Hoppers Crossing school, sporting facilities and parkland were open to...

Boost for sports grounds

FOOTBALL and cricket players at two Wyndham ovals can look forward to their hard-baked, drought-affected grounds being upgraded with new grass, thanks to a...

So close for Tigers as heartbreak continues

WERRIBEE suffered a heart-breaking three-point loss to the Northern Bullants on Saturday at the Preston City Oval. The Tigers trailed at every change but had...

IRfear strikes

WYNDHAM lift workers fear their long-term job security could be jeopardised in the wake of the Federal Government’s new industrial relation laws, which came...

Nursery thieves thwarted

GREEN-thumbed thieves were thwarted in an attempt to rob Wombat Gully plant farm at Hoppers Crossing during a midnight break-in earlier this month. The company’s...

Scientists worth noting

FOUR Werribee scientists were recognised last week for their contribution to agriculture in Victoria. Department of Primary Industries (DPI) scientists Tim Johnston, Frank Dunshea, Simone...

Tigers end on a high

By Adrian CeddiaYARRAVILLE leapfrogged Altona on the Western Region Football League (WRFL) Division One ladder with a final-round upset win over St Albans on...

Lions roar to end on top

MARIBYRNONG Park is the new short-priced favourite to claim the 2006 Essendon District Football League B Grade flag after a supreme performance against West...

Tigers, Seagulls vie for fourth

FOURTH spot on the Victorian Football League ladder could come down to the final round of the season after Williamstown and Werribee both secured...

School

KHADIJA Kamal knows nothing will ever bring back her precious two-year-old daughter, Maryam. The Truganina mother-of-six still weeps daily at the horror of finding her...

Home dream ‘still

By Denise DeasonTHE great Australian dream of owning your own home is still alive and well in Werribee, according to a leading local real...

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