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Scouts hall in doubt

The future of the Narre Warren Scouts Hall remains uncertain, with the club receiving little information or clarification in the years since the release...

Cleaning up after the storm

There is nothing more timely than a Clean Up Drive after a massive storm that turned Berwick upside down. A Clean Up Drive, hosted by...

Mosques open doors

Sunday 25 February marks the 7th annual Victorian Mosque Open Day, in what is a supremely important year for faith and unity throughout the...

Research into heat-related chest pains a timely reminder this summer

Ambulance Victoria (AV) paramedics are urging Victorians to stay cool to avoid heat-related chest pains and other related illnesses. A recent study supported by AV...

Dandenong hotspot for car thefts

Dandenong, Cardinia and Casey were among the most targeted areas for stolen vehicles according to Victoria Police data. The data, from Operation Trinity which investigated...

Pair jailed for brazen burglaries

A pair of brazen burglars who went on a two-week spree of daylight break-ins across the South East have been jailed. Jovan Culibrk, 27,...

Cranbourne East won big

A group syndicate set up by Hunt Club Lotto in Cranbourne East scored a sensational $1m in the latest Monday & Wednesday Lotto draw. The...

A new perspective on a traditional show

As one of the youngest presidents leading the Berwick Show in recent times, Berwick and District Agricultural and Horticultural Society Inc president Andrew Spierings...

Pair jailed for brazen burglaries

A pair of brazen burglars who went on a two-week spree of daylight break-ins across the South East have been jailed. Jovan Culibrk, 27,...

What’s On

Berwick Show The annual Berwick show is on this weekend (24 and 25 February). Celebrating its 175th anniversary, the show offers entertainment for all ages and...

Village Festival a triumph

Another terrific weekend has come and gone for the Upper Beaconsfield Village Festival, who have proven mighty storms aren’t enough to stop their small...

Premier confirms relief for those worst affected

As towns from Upper Beaconsfield to Gembrook sat without power for several days, many even cut off without cellular reception, Premier Jacinta Allan has...

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Painting a new picture

The cream panelled arts shed tucked away in the Old Cheese Factory has become an artistic haven for locals who have found their creative...