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Sealite CEO Chris Proctor with MC James Sturgess. 142394
Navigation aids find their way
SEALITE CEO Chris Proctor had breakfast guests giggling today (Wednesday) when he recounted the time he failed to heed his own product’s warning. He... Read More »
Melbourne's south-east has been identified as a growth corridor with increasing needs for addiction, rehab and mental health services, according to EACH CEO Peter Ruzyla.
A helping hand for each and every one
A RENOWNED mental health and addiction service has today officially opened its doors in Casey. While it’s been operational for roughly six month... Read More »
Lip gloss on, nails painted and socket wrench in hand - Laura Wouters in her element, the garage. 142309 Picture: ROB CAREW
Mechanic is a beauty
WHEN she’s not fixing cars Laura Wouters is shaping eyebrows, painting lips and blushing cheeks. The 19-year-old mechanic from Maryknoll says even t... Read More »
Works will go ahead on George Street to slow traffic. 142398 PIcture: AlburyCity
George Street’s turn for the better
ALBURYCITY is aiming to reduce the volume of traffic on George Street following concerns from the street’s residents. AlburyCity will be launching a... Read More »
Laurie Stevens with one of the special pink boards used for therapeutic recreation offered at Boardwalk Boats on Wednesday mornings for breast cancer survivors and those diagnosed with the disease.
Sounding out pink theme
THE loss of a mother and aunt to breast cancer and a lack of support services for those suffering from the disease have driven local man Laurie Steven... Read More »
Colin Penny from Woolworths Cranbourne North pouring breakfast with Dante and Charlize from Rangebank Preschool. 142320 Picture: GARY SISSONS
Healthy food, healthy lives
HEALTHY food and healthy relationships were the theme at Rangebank Preschool this morning (Wednesday). Parents and grandparents were welcomed to a com... Read More »
Palmerin Street was packed for the Suitcase Rummage. Picture: TERRY WEST
Jumpers and Jazz goes out in style
The 2015 Jumpers and Jazz in July has wrapped up for another successful year this past weekend. Palmerin Street and Leslie Park both witnessed a massi... Read More »
CFA checks for gas leak after car ploughs into shop
A WOMAN has been rushed to Dandenong Hospital after a car ploughed through the rear of a chemist shop at Hallam this afternoon. CFA units are on scene... Read More »
From left, Cennaire, 15, business manager Tony Drummond , David, 15, and Phoebe, 14, with the new solar panels behind. 142126_03
Solar plan a national first
MOUNTAIN District Christian School has become the first school nationally to commit to a novel Planet Ark-driven renewable energies program. In a ... Read More »