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Police believe a man raided the chemist after ramming the glass entrance about 1.30am this morning.
Chemist ram-raid
AN OFFICER chemist was ram-raided overnight. CCTV footage has captured a man who rammed his car into the back entrance of Chemist Discount Centre ... Read More »
Emergency services attended a fire on Tuesday at 12.30am that left two local businesses gutted.
Midnight blaze burns boards
A POLICE investigation is underway to determine the cause of a devastating fire that gutted two iconic Noosa businesses on Tuesday night. Police belie... Read More »
Ally Mackenzie still can't believe her eyes. Her beloved black labrador, Macca, survived a venomous snake bite after being given only an hour to live. 133563 Picture: GARY SISSONS
Macca makes it
A BERWICK dog lover’s pet labrador that was given an hour to live after being bitten by a poisonous snake while camping in the Grampians has survive... Read More »
Workers Strike Dandenong
Lunchroom in lockdown
ABOUT 60 workers have locked themselves in a lunch room at a Dandenong South factory and will stay put “as long as it takes”. The International Fl... Read More »
Thomas King is the 2015 Victorian Young Australian of the Year. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Power of passion
A RELENTLESS drive to better the world around him saw Kalorama-raised Thomas King crowned with one of the highest honours for a young person in Vi... Read More »
The current residential aged care facility. 133524_01 Picture: MEMBER FOR ALBURY'S OFFICE
Our $63 million man
MEMBER for Albury Greg Aplin has promised two local shires over $63 million to upgrade their hospitals if the Liberal Government is re-elected in ... Read More »
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Workers outside the factory in Dandenong.
Lunchroom in lockdown
ABOUT 60 workers have locked themselves in a lunch room at a Dandenong South factory and will stay put “as long as it takes”. The International Fl... Read More »