BERWICK | BEACONSFIELD

Vicspell back at it

Vicspell is again up and running. Founded in 2004 by Gippsland volunteer teachers, originally as Gippspell. The competition, which takes a spelling bee format,...

New schools welcomed but other issues unaddressed

Two new schools are set to open for Clyde North in the first school term of 2025, with interim names of Clyde North Primary...

Eight ‘teen youth gang members’ arrested after Narre Warren North fracas

Eight teen gang members have been arrested after a car crash and brawl between two groups in Narre Warren North, police say. An Audi, Maserati...

Magpie chicks doing the business for Kidd

Despite Narre Warren being forced to call on its deep wells of talent like it seldom has in previous years, the Outer East Football...

Inaccurate second quarter costs Eagles a shot at victory

Beaconsfield is still searching for an elusive first victory in the Eastern Division One Women’s competition after a 45-point loss to Knox at Holm...

Berwick battered in bruising display

The dam wall has finally burst for Berwick in its season of tough losses, having suffered its heaviest margin of defeat to date on...

Undermanned Eagles cop pasting

Beaconsfield has slipped from second to fifth on the Eastern Division One ladder after the Eagles were taught a football lesson by reigning-premier Mitcham...

Holly out to make mob proud

Casey Demons netballer Holly Stephens, an exceptional athlete and proud Kurnai woman, shared her thoughts ahead of the Victorian Netball League’s First Nations Round....

Bombers blitz ROC as Narre crush Brookers in Outer East netball

A strong win for Emerald over ROC is maintaining its place in the conversation for premiership contention as the Outer East Football Netball A-Grade...

Winter Festival back for 2024

The Winter Arts Festival will be making its return to the City of Casey for the 22nd year, with a line-up of arts, cultural...

Creatures great and small

Horses and ponies, the great and small, were on show at the 21st annual Scottish Heritage Day at Dandenong Showgrounds on Sunday 26 May. Minnie,...

Cast of characters leap off the page

A cavalcade of characters descended on Dandenong Library for the Dandy-Con Comic Festival on Saturday 27 April. The CBD was swamped with costumes – from...

World fashions on parade

Students and families shared bright fashions and tasty foods from around the world for an annual Harmony Day event at Southern Cross Primary School. Along...

Snapshots of an alien time

A Covid lockdown family project unlocked a poignant ‘Rocketgirl’ adventure for Andrew Rovenko and his 4-year-old daughter Mia. Craft was one of the family’s most...

Courage takes centre stage

An audience at Drum Theatre was invited to take courage at a celebration of International Women’s Day. The vibrant keynote speaker Kim Payne inspired the...

Maintaining Steady Blood Pressure: Key to Cardiovascular Health

High blood pressure, medically known as hypertension, poses a significant threat to cardiovascular health, particularly for individuals with pre-existing heart conditions. Often referred to...

Find the perfect gift for Mother’s Day

For the ultimate Mother’s Day shopping experience, there’s no place like Lazy Frog Gifts in Pakenham. Call into the store and be amazed at a...

Celebrating all things Holland

The upcoming Holland Festival, organised by the Rotary Club of Casey, will take place entirely indoors at Caribbean Gardens in Scoresby, spanning 7000sqm under...

Celebrate Dutch culture at the Holland Festival in Scoresby

The upcoming Holland Festival, organised by the Rotary Club of Casey, will take place entirely indoors at Caribbean Gardens in Scoresby, spanning 7000sqm under...

Foot and Leg pain formula

Foot, knee, and leg pain is extremely common and problematic yet successful treatment with long-term outcomes can be hard to find. Veteran Musculoskeletal Podiatrist...

Beacon of hope

In an era where mental health struggles and disabilities often go unnoticed, Seachange Care Support Services stands as a beacon of hope and assistance....

Not too late to celebrate

A night of laughter, dance and song filled the Fountain Gate Hotel as the South East Zimbabwean Women’s group gathered for a belated Mother’s...

Call for blankets

The Lost Dogs’ Home is calling on everyone who is an animal lover to get behind the 2024 Big Blankie Drive. The annual call out...

Teen car thief behind bars

An unlicensed teenager in a stolen Hilux ran multiple red lights and endangered oncoming traffic as he fled from police in Clayton, Noble Park...

Slashing $100 off default energy price

The Essential Services Commission (ESC) has released its final decision on the Victorian Default Offer electricity price, locking in a reduction of about $100...

Shitbox adventure for cancer research

The Shitbox Rally, one of the biggest fundraising events for cancer research in the country, is back this winter and some locals are gearing...

New look maternal and child health spaces in Cranbourne

Two community facilities in Casey’s growing suburbs have been newly refurbished to improve the safety and comfort for the communities when they access services. The...

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Vicspell back at it

Vicspell is again up and running. Founded in 2004 by Gippsland volunteer teachers, originally as Gippspell. The competition, which takes a spelling bee format,...