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Owner fears pet dog has been kidnapped

By Rebecca FraserA GRANDMOTHER of seven has been left distraught after her dog Jimmy was snatched from her Narre Warren North Street. The apparent dognapping...

Women invited to defend themselves

WOMEN of all ages have been urged to attend a free self-defence workshop in Hallam. On Monday night, accredited instructor Tricia Clarke will run the...

Wet end for juniors

IT was a wet end to Cranbourne Junior Football Club’s under-16 (1) team’s game against Beaconsfield at the weekend, going down by 63 points. A...

‘Lost teen’ finally out of hospital

A NARRE Warren boy whose 12-day disappearance sparked a full-scale police search earlier this year has finally been released from hospital. Glenn Birtwistle, 16, disappeared...

Reimbursement for Malta trip

CASEY deputy mayor Rob Wilson will have his dinner and taxi costs reimbursed from his trip to Malta to attend the International Conference on...

Schoolgirl trapped under bus for 20 minutes

AN 11-YEAR-OLD girl received serious leg injuries when she was hit by a school bus in Berwick last Friday. Police said the Beaconsfield girl was...

Hotline a winner

THE City of Casey has again reinforced its position as a leader in community safety after recently receiving national recognition at the Australian Crime...

Eyes to the blind

Nick Verhaar Millions of people all over the world suffer from some form of blindness, whether it be only partially or completely blind. Regardless of...

Orders set for weekend rally

BERWICK rally driver Will Orders will be looking to put a disastrous round one performance behind him at the Australian Rally Championship in Western...

Sharks enter twilight zone

CASEY Sharks club has rescheduled its competition because of the Cranbourne Cup and the club is holding its first twilight meet. The swim meet is...

Business boost

SMALL business owners and managers within Casey and Cardinia have the opportunity to network, reflect on their own businesses and generate new ideas as...

Narre crickets in good position

HOSTING Lynbrook, Narre Warren’s D Grade team won the toss and elected to bat. Vic Bradshaw and under 15 player Ryan Misquith opened the batting,...

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Applications closing soon for Multicultural Community Infrastructure Fund

Applications for the 2021-2022 Multicultural Community Infrastructure Fund are closing at the end of January. Grants are offered to Victoria’s culturally diverse communities to help...

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