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Striking up fun

People with disabilities faced no barriers as they took part in a tenpin bowling in Narre Warren on 3 December. The team at Narre Warrens’...

Bandits caught on cam taking bikes

A Lynbrook couple have been left devastated after heartless thieves broke into their garage and stole their two pride-and-joy dirt bikes while they slept. CCTV...

Man arrested over crash

 A 42-year-old Hampton Park man has been charged following a hit-run collision in Lyndhurst in 2018. The collision, which left a man with critical injuries...

Donation laws same for 2020 polls

Changes to councillor donation laws have been shelved ahead of the 2020 council elections – despite IBAC’s explosive revelations at Casey Council. Local Government Minister...

Fake cops jailed after violent drug raid

Two thugs who posed as police officers - with one stomping a woman’s head - during a Berwick home invasion was an act of...

Groups unite on diversity

Narre Warren South locals enjoyed a vibrant celebration of multiculturalism at Oakgrove Community Centre on Saturday, 30 November. The event was presented by Oakgrove Community...

Crs’ election funding ’undeclared’

None of a bloc of candidates declared their 2016 Casey Council election campaigns were funded by property developer John Woodman, an IBAC inquiry was...

Jason Wood staffer linked to ’covert’ campaign

Federal MP Jason Wood’s office has become linked to a property-developer funded Casey Council election campaign. Developer John Woodman paid nearly $100,000 to bank-roll nine...

Aziz ’offers help’ to sue Casey

Casey councillor Sam Aziz pledged to support property developer John Woodman’s intention to sue Casey Council, according to a secret recording revealed in an...

Ablett wouldn’t speak to past Woodman inquiry

Casey councillor Geoff Ablett has defended his refusal to give evidence to previous corruption inquiries into the council, an IBAC inquiry has heard. Cr Ablett...

Colour explodes at charity event

Wilson Botanic Park transformed into a sea of colour on Saturday 30 November. Youths in their numbers took on the challenge of running, jogging or...

Santa comes to Lynbrook market

Hundreds have flocked to the annual Lynbrook Village Christmas Evening Market on Thursday 28 November. Market-goers had the opportunity to browse through 30 plus market...

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IBAC’s Casey hearings to spill into new year

IBAC’s public hearings into allegations of serious corrupt conduct into the transparency and integrity of planning and property development decision making, including donations to...

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