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Casey councillor Rosalie Crestani has been reprimanded for misconduct last year but no further consequences are expected to follow.
Crestani misconduct
CASEY councillor Rosalie Crestani has been found guilty of misconduct following last year’s confrontation with the council after she attempted t... Read More »
Pat and Neil Smith of Noosa Springs pictured with Charlie say "no" to leashes at Sunshine Beach dog beach. Photos: Darryn Smith
Dogs get “ruff” treatment
LOCAL dog owners are furious with Noosa Council’s proposed new law that would ban dogs from being off-leash on the Sunshine Beach dog beach. Cur... Read More »
Putting the south east on the kendo world map is Pakenham's Trent Reeve, who will represent Australia at the upcoming World Kendo Championships. 135330 Picture: JARROD POTTER
Trent lives by the sword
FOUR cuts separate Trent Reeve from international glory at the 16th World Kendo Championships. Reeve, 25, originally from Cockatoo, has honed his skil... Read More »
Nurel Toprak, Michelle Ball, and Anthony Ball about to embark on a kayak down the Murray River. 135462_01 Picture: ERIN SOMERVILLE
Need for speed a bit wet
SPEEDING jet-skis and boats around the popular Noreuil Park area are causing concern for Murray River users. Local residents worry speeding waterc... Read More »
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 »