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New police leader

By Evelyn Leckie NEW Whittlesea Police Inspector Geri Porter is three weeks into her new role, aiming to be a strong leader not only to the police force but for women aspiring to reach their...

Stadium go-ahead

By Evelyn Leckie CITY of Whittlesea councillors will enter into a partnership with Casa D’Abruzzo Club in Epping to develop a four-court indoor stadium, costing at least $5 million. The majority of councillors were on board...

Councillor’s climate passion

By Evelyn Leckie ENVIRONMENTAL issues are at the forefront of Whittlesea councillor Emilia Sterjova’s mind after attending the climate strike last Friday. “It was incredible to...

Poor postal service in spotlight

By Evelyn Leckie MEMBER for McEwen Rob Mitchell has told Federal Parliament he’s concerned about the delays in postal delivery times affecting several suburbs in the electorate.

Library success

By Evelyn Leckie THE success of the ‘Libraries After Dark’ program in Mill Park – a program that brings live entertainment, workshops, games and film screenings to the community,...

Vietnam veterans receive 22 years of support

By Evelyn Leckie OVER the past 22 years, Tony Comley has raised more than $1 million for Vietnam war veterans, with the help of Whittlesea businesses.

Little girl’s tough battle

By Steph McNicol The support of the Whittlesea community is a shining light in the Leukaemia battle facing five-year-old Alexis Davies. After enduring months of hospital visits for...

Corrections funding help with healing

By Evelyn Leckie The State Government will pour $440,000 into a Mernda-based residential diversion program for Aboriginal male offenders who have been convicted of family violence offences.

Whittlesea ready for finals

By Jackson Russell Whittlesea closed its Northern Football Netball League division two season on the right note with a 74-point win over Watsonia, but it wasn’t enough for the Eagles to nab...

Laurimar falls to Panton Hill

By Jackson Russell Laurimar suffered its third loss in four weeks, going down to Panton Hill by eight points in a back and forth semi-final on Saturday. Playing at...