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School loos flush with cash

By Chris Brown Schools in the Cranbourne area will receive grants to upgrade and maintain toilets, and buy sports equipment. “Local students consistently rate toilet standards...

Helpers needed for planting day

ENVIRONMENTAL volunteer group Friends of Frog Hollow is calling on local residents to volunteer a green thumb for its National Tree Day tree planting...

Trail of evidence

THIEVES left a ‘trailer’ of destruction last week when they targeted a Berwick home. The Jason Close home was hit between 3pm and 4pm on...

Three wins have club on high

EVERYONE at Hampton Park was on a high with three wins and a walkover for the week of bowls competition. It all started with Victorian...

Racy week at Cranbourne

By Brad KingsburyCRANBOURNE Turf Club hosted two successful meetings in three days last week highlighting the excellent condition of the local racing surface and...

Indoor bowls winners

TUESDAY’S winter indoor bowls winners at Narre Warren Bowls Club were Joyce Heathcote, Jack Heathcote and John Morrow (s). Thursday’s day pennant round seven completing...

Rapid rise opens up for Swift

LOCAL artist Andrew Swift will play one of his biggest shows at the Hallam Hotel this month when he supports international rock act Evermore. Swift,...

Safety gets a green light

STUDENTS in Casey can now cross the street safely thanks to the installation of new pedestrian crossing signals in Berwick and Endeavour Hills. New pedestrian...

Rash decision brings world-wide relief

By Bridget Brady MICHELLE Vogrinec’s son was just eight weeks old when he developed severe eczema. Unimpressed with her doctor’s recommendation of cortisone to treat the...

Foundation helping others to move on

FOR some people, the simple task of getting out of bed in the morning is not simple at all. These people are either bed ridden...

Woman’s Lotto cash win

A NARRE Warren woman will enjoy a very merry Christmas this year after winning $533,000 in Tattslotto last Saturday. The woman, aged in her 50s...

Westfield settles for donation and apology

By Rebecca FraserWESTFIELD Fountain Gate has donated $50,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) following a recent incident where a disabled man was forced...

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IBAC to resume Casey probe

IBAC’s public hearings into allegations of serious corrupt conduct in relation to planning and property development decisions in Victoria to resume with expanded scope...

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