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Multicultural events to go digital

Multicultural communities are taking their events and celebrations online in the face of Covid-19. The State Government has provided funding for multifaith and multicultural communities...

Meetings slashed in half

The voice of Casey ratepayers has labelled a decision to slash the number of council meetings in half as “lacking transparency and undermining democracy”. As...

Investigations commence for road upgrade

Site investigations have commenced for the Hallam North and Heatherton Road Upgrade. The investigations will continue through October and November, and will include digging and surveying...

Casey welcomes budget ‘boost’

More than $142 million from the Federal Budget is set to be spent on “much-needed” arterial road upgrades across Casey. The City of Casey has...

Lockdown walkathon reaches WA

Lockdown might have brought normal fundraising activities to a halt, but the dedicated Inner Wheel ladies weren’t prepared to stop their charitable efforts. In a...

Jumping for joy, kids return to the classroom

The usually mundane school drop off was filled with smiles and a sense of joy, as students finally returned to the classroom after a...

State splurge calls for Cardinia, Casey

The State Budget must prioritise long-term support for “vulnerable” Casey residents whose employment and livelihoods have been destroyed by Covid-19, according to a local...

Knife wielding man nabbed

A knife-wielding man has been arrested following a violent armed robbery in Narre Warren. Narre Warren police said a man was allegedly threatened with a...

Locals fight plans for development in green wedge

Harkaway residents have sounded the alarm over plans for a 150-seat restaurant and art gallery they fear would damage the green wedge and is...

Family’s desperate plea for help

In just a few short months a Narre Warren mother’s life has been torn apart. At 57, Leanne Lawtey’s husband sadly lost his 12-month leukemia...

Teen bailed after crime spree

A teenage girl labelled an “unacceptable risk” to the community after allegedly stealing a car and committing a crime spree in Casey has been...

Local heroes celebrated

Two hardworking Casey volunteers have been recognised for their long-time community work, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic. Narre Warren South MP Gary Maas was pleased...

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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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