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Rail link will destroy communities

ON 19 DECEMBER 2006, we attended a meeting at the Cardinia Township Hall in relation to the Port of Hastings Draft. We learned about this...

Magpie star drops in

ENIGMATIC Collingwood player Leon Davis thrilled Berwick Lodge Primary School students when he dropped in for a footy clinic recently. The exciting player took several...

Dogwalker takes to gardener

A 68-YEAR-OLD Berwick man was assaulted with a garden stake in his front yard last Sunday week. Police said the victim, who doesn’t speak any...

Meter readers seek help

CASEY residents are being asked to make their water meters more accessible. The request comes as South East Water officials start to check nearly 550,000...

Good start for Narre Warren

NARRE Warren Cricket Club’s A Grade team resumed with the score of 2/38 against Narre North with Mick Teeuw and Daniel Orchard at the...

Singing its praises

The popular video-game karaoke title SingStar is back, and this time it’s making its first appearance on Sony’s Playstation 3 (PS3) console. Not much has...

Community theme to annual carols

By Rebecca FraserCASEY residents have been invited to join in the festive spirit at Narre Warren North’s 15th annual Christmas carols on Saturday 10...

Transport group on the move

THE Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) has formed a southeast branch to focus on the continued public transport neglect and dissatisfaction in Casey and...

Cranbourne fires in final

CRANBOURNE bowlers began their finals campaign in great style, overcoming a determined Heathmont to win the quarter-final by 22 shots. Torrential rain on Saturday washed...

OK to revised Spring Square plan

PARTS of the controversial Spring Square development in Hallam will go ahead after Casey Council decided to endorse the revised concept plan. A new preschool...

Fine paid, now ‘shove it’

By Rebecca Fraser CASEY councillor Paul Richardson has paid his council imposed fine, but not before telling council staff to “shove it.” On Monday, Cr Richardson...

Creative minds are wanted

THE City of Casey is looking for creative young minds to join the National Youth Week Committee and help create fantastic celebrations for young...

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They’re the pride of the city

By sports editor Russell Bennett Rain, hail, or shine - the young men of the Berwick City Soccer Club under-15s converge on Sweeney Reserve from...