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By Rebecca FraserNARRE Warren police are expected to bring Casey councillor Mick Morland in for questioning this week amid allegations he took alcohol from...

Robbery charges laid

POLICE have arrested two people following an armed robbery on a Hallam service station last Tuesday week. An attendant at the Coles Express Service Station...

Green day sows seeds for future

MORE than 900 green-fingered students and staff celebrated World Environment Day on Monday when Hillsmeade Primary School held a fun-filled event. Students at the Narre...

Year 12 pair mean business

TWO Casey teenagers had an experience money can’t buy recently when they found out what it takes to run a multi-million dollar company. Narre Warren’s...

New Rotary president takes over

By Jim Mynard NEWLY elected Rotary club of Narre Warren president Ken Larkin said he was taking over a professional organisation where things just happened. Mr...

Students help other kids

DOVETON Heights Primary School students dug deep last week to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. Assistant principal Jason Walker said...

Change of season for Narre bowls

ON the last day of Summer Indoor Bowls at Narre Warren on Monday, 23 April, winners were D. Pouponneau, M. Horton, N. Dickie, E....

Man on phone stalking charges

A HALLAM man has been questioned by police over a number of stalking incidents. The 27-year-old man will be summonsed in relation to stalking offences...

Oh sister, Casey scores a hat-trick

By Jim Mynard RIVER Gum Ward councillor Wayne Smith brought three trophies home to the City of Casey, presented at the Sister Cities Australia national...

Michelle cleans up in offers

By Callan DateWHEN Michelle Niazmand discovered she had been offered a tertiary place at the University of Melbourne she couldn’t stop smiling. And there are...

Workshops boost

CASEY sporting clubs have been hampered by the drought but are set to benefit from free developmental workshops. The next workshop, run by the City...

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December caps off ‘disaster’ year for commuters

Cranbourne’s train line has been labelled a “disaster” as the latest data shows performance targets fell short for every month of 2019. New figures, released...