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Teacher ‘incompetent’

By Callan DateA FORMER Eumemmerring College teacher has been disciplined for allowing out-of-control students to fight and swear while under her supervision. German and English...

Doing the hard yards

By Marc McGowanNARRE Warren North swimming coach Wayne Lawes has experienced the highs and lows of his sport during a distinguished 25-year career. He had...

No tears on first day

By Sarah SchwagerTHERE were no tears at Thomas Mitchell Primary School in Endeavour Hills on Tuesday as the preps started the first day of...

Primed for Prep

By Rebecca FraserSTARTING Prep can be a daunting time but last Thursday students at Southern Cross Primary School eased into the school experience. The school’s...

Boy’s death investigated

THE death of a five-year-old Berwick boy on Tuesday is being investigated by the Department of Human Services (DHS). A DHS spokesman said talk of...

Turn in turn off

By Callan DateA HALLAM trader says major road works outside his factory will create more problems than solutions. Pro-Am Australia owner Norman Small wants VicRoads...

Greener pastures on the way

TRINITY Catholic Primary School will soon look a whole lot greener when the 200 trees planted last week take hold. The Narre Warren South school...

Blitz nets 763 drivers

LOCAL police are disappointed with the 763 motorists nabbed during a month-long traffic blitz along Monash Freeway. The around-the-clock Operation Linker finished on Monday with...

Hunt for trolley attackers

POLICE were still appealing for help this week following an attempted robbery in Doveton last month in which a 16-year-old boy was threatened with...

Call for

DEDICATED volunteers are calling on local residents to help keep the Berwick Safety House Committee going strong. The organisation is celebrating 21 years of helping...

Thirsty thieves clean out hockey club

THIRSTY thieves stole several slabs of alcohol from the Casey Hockey Club in Berwick last week. Jim Beam, Johnny Walker and Bundaberg Rum cans were...

Blitz on petrol bandits

By Rebecca FraserTHE buck stops here. That was the message on Monday night when Narre Warren police and service station operators joined forces to...

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Workplace harassment under the spotlight

Refugee and migrant women's experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace will be investigated for the first time in a national study. The Monash...