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Stores given all-clear
GREATER Dandenong Council has given a clean bill of health to a fruit-and-veg business after its store in Fountain Gate was accused of “appalling”... Read More »
Armed and aggressive
A MAN was hit with a wrench and had his car stolen in a harrowing group attack after he pulled over in Noble Park this month. It’s one of two Greate... Read More »
White Ribbon ambassador  Neil Meiklejohn, Safe Haven president Bette Bonney and Zonta Club Warwick president Jacinta Fromm.
End domestic violence
DOMESTIC violence is the often silent war fought regularly in our own backyards but some in the Southern Downs community are taking a stand. The Zonta... Read More »
Cardinia Shire Council is inviting residents to have their say in the Big Budget Brainstorm. 138931_35
Spend some time on big budget priorities
IF you’ve ever wanted to have a say on where council funding is directed, here’s your chance. Cardinia Shire Council is inviting residents to shar... Read More »
The Narre Warren South Scouts, captured in this photo from last year, are still searching for a bigger home. From left, Marshall 9, Lucas 11, Aaron 11, Lachlan 10, Stephanie 14, Colin McNamara, Johnathan Clarke, Glenn Rochester, Xander 10, Zac 12, Raidyn 8, Neve 6, Kaleb 6 and Nate 6. 116362 Picture: ROB CAREW
Group scouting for new home
A BLOCK of land near a popular Casey restaurant could be used by the Narre Warren South Scout Group as they continue to outgrow their current faciliti... Read More »
Freed cannabis man on a high
A MENZIES Creek man sentenced over the cultivation of a commercial quantity of cannabis has been freed from jail. In November last year, Jason Uri Iva... Read More »
The table and chair set was stolen from Everard Park in Healesville last month. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Park theft a ‘low act’
YARRA Ranges mayor Maria McCarthy has hit out at vandals who stole a picnic table and chairs from Healesville’s Everard Park last month. The council... Read More »
The Anzac Centenary Quilt Triptych was presented to the Cranbourne RSL.
Threading the legend
REVEREND Wendy Snook had a vision. It was about two years ago when the Reverend from the Cranbourne Uniting Church decided she wanted to put something... Read More »