Bravery Awards for Mohammad Al Zaidy and Youssef Tawk

Six people of Victoria will be presented with bravery awards of The Royal Humane Society of Australasia, tomorrow, Thursday 26 November. Mohammad Al Zaidy and Youssef Tawk, both residents of Reservoir, will be awarded BRONZE MEDAL, each, for trying to rescue a man trapped in a crashed and burning carRead More →

Cetylpyridinium Chloride containing mouthwashes

Cetylpyridinium Chloride containing mouthwashes show “promising signs” A laboratory study conducted at Cardiff University has found that oral rinses or mouthwashes containing the ingredient cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) show “promising signs” for helping to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. In Australia and New Zealand, Cepacol® Antibacterial Solutions contain CPC.  Cepacol is a registered medicineRead More →

Citizenship Testing resumes in Australia

More people now have the opportunity to become Australian citizens, with citizenship testing and appointments now available in all states and territories following COVID-19 shutdowns. In-person citizenship tests and appointments resumed in Melbourne this week, after COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria eased. Testing has progressively resumed in other states and territoriesRead More →

Boating fund to help boat owners

Local Altona District boaters will soon be able to pay their registration and licensing fees knowing that they are going directly back into upgrading local boating facilities and improving safety. Local and loved boating infrastructure will be supported through the fund, ensuring that places such as Altona Boat Ramp areRead More →