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Casey’s young talent is not just lying idle

MOVE over Australian Idol – Casey Idol is here. The Casey Idol final is on 2 June with 18 of Casey’s most talented young performers...

Is Casey a safe place to live?

John Hastie, Berwick YES “There is a broad range of amenity and service facilities available for the community to use.”Pat Tilli, Hallam YES “I’ve never had any problems.”Pat Young, Upper Beaconsfield YES “I’ve...

Dougie’s a real winner at home

By Callan Date A NARRE Warren South girl had penned a poem about her favourite pet pooch. Lauren Walter wrote the touching words about Dougie –...

School lunches go junk-free

BERWICK Fields Primary School students are doing their best to keep Australia beautiful. The local school was rewarded with a State Government award last week...

Little aths on track

NARRE Warren Little Athletics club has started training sessions on a Thursday evening at Max Pawsey Reserve, Fountain Drive, Fountain Gate from 5pm to...

Residents address a popular subject

By Rebecca FraserTHE song says that everybody needs good neighbours and Berwick couple Campbell and Kaye Jackson understand this more than most. The pair recently...

Police set to talk with

By Rebecca FraserNARRE Warren police are expected to bring Casey councillor Mick Morland in for questioning this week amid allegations he took alcohol from...

Robbery charges laid

POLICE have arrested two people following an armed robbery on a Hallam service station last Tuesday week. An attendant at the Coles Express Service Station...

Green day sows seeds for future

MORE than 900 green-fingered students and staff celebrated World Environment Day on Monday when Hillsmeade Primary School held a fun-filled event. Students at the Narre...

Year 12 pair mean business

TWO Casey teenagers had an experience money can’t buy recently when they found out what it takes to run a multi-million dollar company. Narre Warren’s...

New Rotary president takes over

By Jim Mynard NEWLY elected Rotary club of Narre Warren president Ken Larkin said he was taking over a professional organisation where things just happened. Mr...

Students help other kids

DOVETON Heights Primary School students dug deep last week to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal. Assistant principal Jason Walker said...

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Distancing from a dark place

Stephanie Lee Cutting is making up for lost time and it appears no-one will stand in her way. The Clyde local and former Berwick and...