Haileybury students spread the love

Two thoughtful Haileybury students are sourcing hand-written letters and artwork to brighten the days of nursing home residents unable to have visitors. Jocelyn Na and Cindy Vu, co-captains of the Haileybury social justice club, started ‘POSTCODE – LOVE’ to receive and send letters and art to elderly residents in lockdown due to the COVID-19 situation. […]

This gallery has 6 images.

Alpaca mauled in attack

The heartbroken owners of an alpaca have told of their distress after finding their beloved animal mauled in what’s suspected to be a dog attack. The owners, who have asked not to be named, had been out for the morning on Monday 24 February when the unspeakable happened at their Narre Warren North home – […]

This gallery has 2 images.

Kerrigan releases ‘long-awaited’ Gospel album

 Singer-songwriter Kerrigan La-Brooy is excited to soon be releasing his much anticipated Gospel album. The senior pastor of Gethsemane Church in Berwick said he was thrilled to make “a long-awaited come-back” to the music scene after releasing his seventh studio recording and first Gospel 10-track album. “It’s nothing short of a miracle,” Kerrigan, a father […]

This gallery has 2 images.

New pavillion for Casey softball clubs unveiled

The new Sweeney Reserve Softball Pavilion in Berwick has been officially re-opened meeting the community’s growing demand for modern, accessible and unisex facilities. Council’s CEO Glenn Patterson was joined by members of the Casey Softball Association, as well as Narre Warren South MP Gary Maas on Saturday 14 March to unveil the new pavillion, following […]

This gallery has 2 images.

Mum’s life-changing weight loss

After tipping the scales at 87 kilograms, mum Courtney Thursfield knew she needed to make some lifestyle changes. Her motivation came two years ago after her daughter, then aged four, was about to start kindergarten. “I didn’t want to be that big mum with a kinder daughter,” Courtney, 32, of Lyndhurst said. “I realised I […]

This gallery has 3 images.

Council foots Aziz’s defamation suit

In closed council meetings, Casey councillors agreed to bankroll then-mayor Sam Aziz’s private defamation action against a resident, an IBAC hearing has revealed. Defying council officer advice, the councillors secretly agreed to fund up to $69,000 for Mr Aziz’s legal costs in his lawsuit against a resident who posted comments on Berwick Springs Estate Facebook […]

This gallery has 2 images.

Your first stop before buying a home. View the whole picture.