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Looking back on the iconic Cranbourne GP Run

With the cancellation of the Cranbourne GP run, Star News decided to look back on some of the colours and sights of the event...

Election results on new electoral boundaries

The new district of Berwick would have been claimed by the Liberal Party in the 2018 state election, had new electoral boundaries been in...

Tip plan ‘stinks’

Residents impacted by the Hallam Road Landfill in Hampton Park have voiced their concerns over future plans for the site at a public meeting...

Five teens charged after 200km/h freeway dash

Five teens from the South East have been arrested after police followed a stolen Audi at up to 200 km/h on the Monash Freeway. The...

Hospitals face record-breaking demand

The State Government has defended the latest Victorian Health Department quarterly performance data for March to June 2022, which shows a system under unprecedented...

On a mission to educate

In November 1997, Kerry Norton and her young family set off from their Berwick home for a weekend camping trip in Gippsland. But the...

Liberal candidate announced

The Liberal Party has announced its candidate for the seat of Narre Warren South ahead of the State election in November. Anglo-Indian woman and...

Inquiry chair attacks IBAC

Narre Warren South Labor MP Gary Maas has lashed out at the Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission over its claims of an ‘unfair’ Parliamentary inquiry. Mr...

Don’t dump it

If you’re one of the thousands of highway drivers who use roadside rest stops, you may have seen piles of grain on the ground...

Locals shine at Comm Games

A number of local athletes have contributed to Australia’s table-topping haul of 178 medals at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, which concluded on Monday 8...

Free masks hope to curb Covid spread

The state’s most vulnerable community members will be eligible for free N95 and KN95 masks, as the Victorian Government struggles to slow the spread...

P-plater allegedly blows 0.230 after crash

A 21-year-old P-plater has allegedly blown 0.230 on a breath-test after crashing into two parked vehicles in Doveton. The man’s black BMW X6 wagon crashed...

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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...