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Expert calls for more measures to pedestrian safety

With shorter days and turbulent weather during the period of May to August, failure to give way from both pedestrians and vehicles was a...

Rail freight to cut truck congestion

More rail freight investment is needed to take trucks off congested roads in the South East, according to the Greater South East Melbourne advocacy...

‘Move to higher ground’: Watch and Act alert for Dandenong Creek

A Watch and Act emergency message has been issued for a rising Dandenong Creek this morning (16 July), with affected residents advised to move...

Funding delays for community precinct

Delays in funding have seen changes made to the Hampton Park Central Community Precinct Master Plan, with the removal of the then-committed timeframe and...

Creative Professional Development Program: Expressions of Interest

Expressions of Interest for the City of Casey’s Creative Professional Development Program are now open. Partnering with Craft, the program will provide artists,...

‘If necessary, terminate’, premier calls for construction union agreements to be reviewed

Major worksites are on notice as the State Government calls for review and ‘if necessary’ termination of workplace agreements with one of the most...

Annual expo remains a local hit

The Berwick District Woodworkers Club held their annual expo over the weekend, showcasing works from members of the group which ranged from pens to...

Dandenong baby store accused of underpaying worker

A Dandenong-based baby products business has been prosecuted by the Fair Work Ombudsman over allegedly underpaying a worker. Baby & Kids Pty Ltd, which...

Nashos keep on ‘giving back’

The National Servicemen’s Association South-East branch has again come to the fore with its 21st annual Christmas toy drive. On Saturday 6 July, the...

Joint kindness for a family

Ten supermarket chains in Cranbourne have banded together to fundraise for one of their team members who’s going through a difficult time in the...

Trees sown for climate-change insights

An “innovative” study is underway to determine how native plants respond to climate change in Greater Dandenong and Melbourne's East. Federation University researcher and plant...

Highly successful farm safety project gets green light extension

The Victorian Farmers Federation’s Making our Farms Safer project (VFF MOFS) will continue to run until 2025 after receiving a $600,000 grant from the...

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Lions roar back to life and Brookers bounced by Bloods

A two-month winless drought for Pakenham in Outer East Football Netball Premier Division is finally over, thanks to a 40-point win over Berwick Springs...