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Opposition gets Intrepid in Berwick

State Opposition Leader Matthew Guy joined Gembrook MP Brad Battin and State Liberal candidate for Pakenham David Farrelly for a tour of APT Advanced...

Wayss says goodbye to Berwick office

Emergency relief service provider Wayss will shut the doors to its Berwick office later this month, but the organisation says the closure won't...

Accessibility win for 1001 steps

Narre Warren’s popular 1001 steps at Bayview Park is set to include an accessible path, after welcoming funding from the Australian Government’s Local Roads...

RSPCA short course for hobby farmers

RSPCA Victoria is running its first-ever short course for hobby farmers this month on Saturday 16th July - with the session already booked out...

Rate increase hits homeowners and renters

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is lifting interest rates for the second time in weeks, placing more strain on home owners and renters...

Mirvac to auction home for Red Shield Appeal

Mirvac has thrown its support behind The Salvation Army Australia’s signature fundraising drive, The Red Shield Appeal, with the creation of Transformation House. Located...

Berwick opportunity shop digs deep

Berwick Opportunity Shop had topped off another successful fundraising year - donating over $200,000 to 38 different community groups and organisations throughout Casey and...

Witness appeal following Hampton Park hit-run

Casey Highway Patrol officers are appealing for witnesses after a 60-year-old man was hit by a car in Hampton Park on Monday 4 July. It...

Family wins deportation fight

A Doveton family is “jumping for joy” after winning their last-ditch legal fight to remain together in Australia. Administrative Appeals Tribunal member Scott Clarey on...

Improved mobile connectivity for South-East

Melbourne’s outer south-east suburbs are getting improved mobile connectivity, with Optus and TPG Telecom to deliver four new mobile towers and 11 tower upgrades...

Landfill causing a stink for locals

An overwhelming odour permeating from the Hallam Road Landfill in Hampton Park continues to plague locals, with some residents claiming the air pollutant is...

Upper Beaconsfield book launch

Local author Kelly Wilson is introducing her young adult novel Breathe Grace thanks to a launch event at the Upper Beaconsfield General Store. Kelly had...

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COVID-19 impacting taxes

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is anticipating that COVID-19 will continue to impact the income and deductions reported by taxpayers this tax time. “We...