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Temple VCAT hearing postponed

A planning permit hearing for the controversial $4.5m Hindu temple in the Mornington Peninsula Green Wedge has been postponed for seven months at the...

Festival fun coming to Upper Beaconsfield

The Upper Beaconsfield community will be continuing on the tradition of hosting the Upper Beaconsfield Village Festival this weekend. Committee secretary Rosemary Hawke said the...

Beaconsfield teacher faces child sex abuse charges

A former Beaconsfield teacher facing charges related to child sexual abuse appeared in court last week with the matter being considered for a higher...

Storms hit Casey

The impacts of Tuesday afternoon’s state-wide storms are continuing to be felt by people right across Casey, dealing with hazards and power outages that...

Alleged road-rage incident in Cranbourne

Police are investigating an alleged road-rage collision in Cranbourne on Saturday 10 February. A motorcyclist and a driver of a blue Audi Sedan ran...

The heat is on Casey

Casey is among one of the hottest areas of Melbourne – and not in a good way, particularly for its most vulnerable residents. ...

Student dancer gets top spot

Year 12 Beaconhills student Mia Agland has earned a prestigious VCE Top Class award, putting her at the top of Victoria in her dance...

No joy for ex-Crs return

Berwick residents aren’t too keen with Casey’s sacked ex-councillors eyeing a comeback on the October election this year. At Berwick High Street, two elderly...

Church community celebrates

Young people from the Berwick Church of Christ’s (BCOC) youth ministry came together to celebrate their congregation and host a family fun day for...

Beaconsfield teacher faces child sex abuse charges

A former Beaconsfield teacher facing charges related to child sexual abuse appeared in court last week with the matter being considered for a higher...

Survey paves the way for public dissatisfaction

It will likely come as no surprise for City of Casey locals that the results from the latest Perceptions of Local Government Survey show...

Project manager shows women can do it all

Now approaching the completion of her latest project, senior project manager Angela Vorng is excited to add the Hall Road Upgrade to the list...

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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...