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Cranbourne bowlers on target

CRANBOURNE’S turf-one bowlers halted a surging Coomoora to pull off a gutsy win on Saturday. Coomoora batsman got off to starts and at one stage...

National day full of fun

AUSTRALIA Day is set to be jam-packed this Saturday with several fun, free, family friendly activities being held across the municipality to celebrate the...

BASKETBALL MERINDA PARK

MPBC Wildcats 19 lost to Jelly Shots 26. Debra Dwyer 10. MPBC Rangers 0 lost to Golden Girls 20. MPBC Cobras Ladies 15 lost to Glassy...

Are you coping with the extreme heat?

Tim Major, Berwick YES “It’s winter in Ireland where I’ve been living for three years so I haven’t experienced this kind of heat for a long time,...

Caarels grabs five before rain

NARRE Warren’s turf matches were washed out soon after the start of play on Saturday, but ore play was possible in junior and some...

Hillsmeade sings the blues

STUDENTS at a Narre Warren South school definitely know how to sing the blues. The Hillsmeade Primary School senior band and choir students recently travelled...

Meadows net helpers

DEVON Meadows Netball Club is looking towards season 2007 and will hold a planning meeting on Wednesday 2 August bewteen 7.30 and 8.30pm at...

Knife raid on bottle shop

AN ARMED bandit held up a drive-through bottle shop in Doveton on Sunday after his ATM card failed when he went to buy a...

Cranbourne set for run chase

CRANBOURNE’S turf-one team is set for a 337 run chase this week after a good bowling performance against the star-studded Springvale South on Saturday. After...

Faye Tuck in the KNOW

BERWICK’S very own AFL mother Faye Tuck was recognised for her efforts in raising her two AFL listed sons at a special function in...

Drought advice for landholders

CASEY land holders and rural business owners are encouraged to attend an information session on drought assistance next Tuesday. The Rural Landowners Association of Narre...

Graffiti fine welcomed

By Callan DateCASEY mayor Colin Butler has applauded a court’s decision to order a convicted graffiti vandal to pay more than $20,000 in restitution. Cr...

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Berwick Show The Berwick and District Agricultural and Horticultural Society has been organising the Berwick Show for over 160 years. The society is made up...

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