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Sharon Martin, Tony Smith, John Newton and Helen Madle with Mr Smith's specially-made Carlton mug from Wesley Fire and Clay. 143628 Picture: JESSE GRAHAM
Support fires up
JOB SECURITY and skills development have been locked in for disabled Yarra Ranges residents, following a $150,000 funding announcement last week. Case... Read More »
Federal Human Services Minister Marise Payne with Merle Mitchell. 143177 Picture: GARY SISSONS
New mark for migrant Enterprise Trail
CENTRELINK in Springvale has played an important role in many migrant journeys. City of Greater Dandenong mayor Sean O’Reilly on Wednesday 26 August... Read More »
Owner of the Cranbourne Market Fresh Food Centre Pat Sofra with Casey's Mega Meats owner Baz Dervish and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon and their car parking disaster. 143381 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS
Parking shortage ‘a disaster’ for business
THE CRANBOURNE fresh food ‘Market’ has it all – except adequate car parking for customers. Located on High Street, the Market shares 80 rear... Read More »
Albury's Daniel Brinsmead is making waves in the choral sector of the music industry.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Music’s man of any parts
FROM improvising and jotting down ideas at the piano as a young teenager, Albury’s Daniel Brinsmead is now making a major name for himself in the mu... Read More »
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ROC skims the water
THERE’s no need to panic! That’s the message from ROC Football Club president Barry O’Loughlin after 40-50mm of rain flooded Starling Road on Th... Read More »
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Pedestrian killed in crash
A PEDESTRIAN has been killed in a crash this evening in Upper Ferntree Gully, and police are appealing for witnesses to come forward. Police announced... Read More »
Four Oaks Ward councillors Rafal Kaplon and Rosalie Crestani with speakers Peter Wearne (YSAS), Justin Steckis, Kerryn Redpath and Inspector Paul Breen. 143632 Picture: Contributed
Casey’s high crime rate is our problem, too
A MAN dressed in navy with silver buttons spoke openly on Wednesday evening about the struggles he and his team face every day. He told the seated cro... Read More »