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SES seeks operations manager

THE Narre Warren SES is seeking an experienced operations manager to join its management team. Candidates for the unpaid position should have experience in managing...

Church to host a grand finale

A BERWICK church is hosting one day in September that local residents are sure to remember. On Saturday, 30 September, the Salvation Army Church will...

And, the moral of the story is …

TO MOST people, the idea of uni students conjures up images of drunken youths sleeping off hangovers during lectures, not of ethical and moral...

History worth hearing

NARRE Warren Library is running a workshop to help seniors document their family history. Author Hazel Edwards will attend the event and assist participants on...

Big day out for the locals

By Brad KingsburyCRANBOURNE trainers starred during the first Sunday Cup meeting, taking home major prize cheques from six of the 10 races contested including...

Beer bandit on the run

POLICE are on the hunt for a thief with a taste for beer. The thirsty culprit targeted four Endeavour Hills homes last week, with beer...

Volunteers needed for training

THE Doveton Early Years project is seeking active, concerned volunteers to work alongside families with babies and young children. Training will be provided by Good...

Cash boost for community bus

CASEY’S elderly and disabled residents are set to benefit from a new community bus. This week, the State Government announced that Casey would receive a...

Bowlers blitz for Narre North

AFTER posting 187 runs in difficult conditions the previous week, Narre North’s turf-one bowlers were back to their destructive best, dismissing North Dandenong for...

Choir searching for musical harmony

THE Casey Choir is keen to strike a chord with new members. The four-part ensemble is on the look out for tenor, alto, bass and...

Plastic’s fantastic says council

- Callan DateCASEY councillor Michael Farley believes the grass is greener on the other side of town. While several local ovals have withered during the...

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Students get job-ready

Students from Fountain Gate Secondary College recently ventured to the Docklands to get a taste of the workforce life and build their learning skills. Nineteen...