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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...

Narre Warren powers in pennant

IT was a resounding home win to Narre Warren against Hampton Park in RVBA pennant in division-four, section six on Saturday. The round 15 scores...

Lionesses span the generations

COMMUNITY spirit is alive and well at the Endeavour Hills Lioness Club where three generations are represented. Dorothy Brennan first joined the local Lioness Club...

Writers show their stuff

BUDDING writers finetuning their craft at Berwick’s Chisholm TAFE will put their finest work on show at a special function next Monday. Guests will be...

Pharmacist robbed at knifepoint

A DOVETON pharmacist was threatened with a knife during a brazen daylight robbery last week. A quantity of drugs was stolen during the crime at...

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...

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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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