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Big crowds flocked to Dandenong Market for the World Fare. 135349 Picture: JARROD POTTER
Fare and square at the market
GREATER Dandenong is in the full swing of the festival scene, leaving residents and visitors spoilt for choice with full stomachs. Dandenong Market cu... Read More »
Tecoma Ambulance building site protest pays dividends. Front right is Andrew Macpherson, behind from left, Bill Brindle, Carol Allen, Jill Duke, Barbara Crisp, Cecilia Cheek, Lynne Lambert and Kate Gustke. Behind are David Taplin and Richard Lambert. Photo: ROB CAREW 135106_01
People power
Residents successfully protest against Tecoma Ambulance building site… HEALTH Minister Jill Hennessy will search for an alternative site to... Read More »
Celastina Diaz feeds kangaroos at Healesville Sanctuary with help from Rotary's Graeme Dawson. Picture: KATHRYN BERMINGHAM
A life-saving visit
HEALESVILLE Sanctuary hosts many international visitors each year, but tourism wasn’t Celastina Diaz’s first reason for her visit to Australia... Read More »
Police wish to speak to this woman regarding the incident.
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Police probe drive-off incident
POLICE have released images of a car they believe was involved in a drive-off at a Lynbrook petrol station earlier this month. Police are still on the... Read More »
Warwick showgirl entrant Taylah Gibson will host a old time dance fundraiser next Friday night. Photo: Bubblez Barbeirato Photography.
Raising the stakes
WARWICK showgirl entrant Taylah Gibson will host an old time dance fund-raiser next Friday night to raise money for the Warwick Show and Rodeo Society... Read More »
Vice-President of the Casey Multi-faith Network Pam Mamouney travvelled to Turkey last year as part of a study tour organised by the Australian Intercultural Society. 108719 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS
Pam’s eyes opened on border
PAM Mamouney stood next to her daughter at the Turkish-Syrian border with tears in her eyes. Pam’s study tour to Turkey, on which she was invite... Read More »
The University of the Sunshine Coast will hit 11,000 students this year for the first time.
Record numbers at uni
ALMOST 4000 new students will start studies at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Monday, taking the university’s population to 11,000 for ... Read More »