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Casey-Cardinia Community Legal Service staff Lisa Gross, Jen Halpin, Vera Hardiman and Nicole Carter. 137382 Picture: GARY SISSONS
Praying for justice
QUOTE “A lot of guys may be proud that they don’t hit their wives but they can make their wives’ lives hell by being emotionally and verball... Read More »
Committee for Dandenong's Jill Walsh oversees Dandenong on Wheels. 137710 Picture: ROB CAREW
Wheels roll in to back local manufacturing
“A GERM of an idea around a dinner table” grew into a traffic-stopping showcase of Dandenong’s manufacturing strength. Calls to create an an... Read More »
It has recently come to light that St Peter's College, Cranbourne East had one of its drinking taps connected to Class A recycling water. 137716_03
Picture: GEORGIA WESTGARTH
Sour taste
A DRINKING tap at a Cranbourne secondary school left a sour taste in students’ mouths after it had been inadvertently connected to recycled wate... Read More »
Luke Shambrook with his mum, Rachel, and his younger siblings, Matthew, 10, and Lauren, 7. 137600 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS
Building them up
OVER four long nights the fate of missing Narre Warren boy Luke Shambrook was on the minds of seemingly every Victorian. The 11-year-old had disappear... Read More »
Ken Millar wants action on a notorious Black Spur corner. 137566_01 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY
‘Take extra care’
VICROADS has urged motorists to ‘take extra care’ as they continue to monitor a section of the Maroondah Highway they acknowledge has a histor... Read More »
Local historian Douglas Hunter with his book 'Albury at War' and a local World War I uniform as part of 'The Trumpet Calls' exhibition. 137574_01 Picture: ERIN SOMERVILLE
Albury fought above its weight
ALBURY may have only been a small town 100 years ago, but it sure pulled its weight in the war effort. The impact Albury had on World War I will b... Read More »