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Teen car thief’s ‘contempt’ for bail

An unlicensed teenager in a stolen Hilux ran multiple red lights and endangered oncoming traffic as he fled from police in Clayton, Noble Park...

Foundation scholarships for Berwick students

Federation University is awarding more than $859,000 worth of scholarships across its campuses, with a record number of 254 students to have benefitted in...

EPA wants to hear how your mental health is impacted by odour

Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) will soon launch a survey in the City of Casey to understand how odour can impact mental health and...

Local talents on show

From colourful paintings to embroidered banksia sculptures, the latest South Eastern Contemporary Art Network (SECAN) exhibition is now open. Running on Saturday 25 May and...

No genuine remorse from killer bodybuilder

An Endeavour Hills bodybuilder has been jailed for up to 31 years for viciously murdering his partner and wounding her 10-year-old daughter who heroically...

Women school leaders from across the globe

Quarters Primary School welcomed principals from overseas for a reciprocated women’s leadership learning program on Wednesday 15 May. In 2023, Quarters Primary School principal...

Net-zero roadmap unveiled for South East

A joint report has mapped the way to net-zero emissions for councils, businesses and households in the South East. The Roadmap to Net Zero Emissions...

Oates on the campaign trail

Former City of Casey mayor and current president of the Casey Residents and Ratepayers Association, Brian Oates is looking to play his hand at...

Bodybuilder jailed for 31 years for murdering partner

A bodybuilder who used six knives to stab his partner to death in a frenzied attack in Kassan Gardens, Endeavour Hills has been thrown...

Reserve’s history of strife and community action

The new Kowan Recreational Reserve in Cranbourne North is more than just a welcome addition, but also a hard-fought victory spanning multiple years of...

Slashing $100 off default energy price

The Essential Services Commission (ESC) has released its final decision on the Victorian Default Offer electricity price, locking in a reduction of about $100...

Donations must be disclosed

Casey Council has updated its protocols for councillors’ decision-making on planning applications with additional documentation of communication and enhanced declaration of interests. Two additions have...

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Healing heart makes space for mourning miscarriage

At a cemetery set among quiet fields, a glittering heart invites visitors to step inside a womb-like garden and reflect. The miscarriage memorial garden being...

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