Roger Vistarini, who has volunteered his time to help men overcome drug and alcohol addiction, was named Wyndham Citizen of the Year 2019, last night (16th August).
Wyndham City is improving signage and line marking at the intersection of Boundary and Davis Road to increase safety in the area.
Wyndham City Council is hosting an art exhibition highlighting the human impact on climate change and how it affects people and their habitats.
From bullying and social media pressures to depression and anxiety, Wyndham’s young people often need a bit of extra support.
A new baseball and softball field, a 700-metre running track, and play equipment are key features of a planned sports reserve in Point Cook.
A green space in the heart of the Werribee City Centre is well on its way to becoming an events and recreation hub.
Since reopening its doors in September 2018, the Point Cook Library has proven to be a resounding hit with the local community.
Wyndham City Council has reduced its graffiti by 25 per cent the last 12 months due to education, rapid removal and by engaging with local youths.
Wyndham City Council is conducting major works to reduce the amount of litter entering our waterways.
With students now back at school after the recent break, motorists are being urged to follow road rules to keep our kids safe outside the school gates.