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It has recently come to light that St Peter's College, Cranbourne East had one of its drinking taps connected to Class A recycling water. 137716_03
Picture: GEORGIA WESTGARTH
Sour taste
A DRINKING tap at a Cranbourne secondary school left a sour taste in students’ mouths after it had been inadvertently connected to recycled wate... Read More »
Luke Shambrook with his mum, Rachel, and his younger siblings, Matthew, 10, and Lauren, 7. 137600 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS
Building them up
OVER four long nights the fate of missing Narre Warren boy Luke Shambrook was on the minds of seemingly every Victorian. The 11-year-old had disappear... Read More »
Ken Millar wants action on a notorious Black Spur corner. 137566_01 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY
‘Take extra care’
VICROADS has urged motorists to ‘take extra care’ as they continue to monitor a section of the Maroondah Highway they acknowledge has a histor... Read More »
Local historian Douglas Hunter with his book 'Albury at War' and a local World War I uniform as part of 'The Trumpet Calls' exhibition. 137574_01 Picture: ERIN SOMERVILLE
Albury fought above its weight
ALBURY may have only been a small town 100 years ago, but it sure pulled its weight in the war effort. The impact Albury had on World War I will b... Read More »
Front is disability manager Karen Dettman with, from left, Rachel Jamieson, Craig Drumond, Terry Coulthard and Wilma Venables. Standing on the pedestrian traffic island on York Road. 137338 Picture: ROB CAREW
Disaster awaits
A MOUNT Evelyn business is campaigning for a dangerous road crossing used by disabled residents every day to be replaced before disaster strikes. Yarr... Read More »