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Prowling killers

By LACHLAN MOORHEAD TWENTY five sheep and one alpaca have been killed in a vicious dog attack in Cranbourne East. Now council investigators are hunting for...

Nurses take stand on seating

By BRIDGET COOK THE nursing union is negotiating with Monash Health over a proposal to treat some emergency department patients at Casey Hospital in recliner...

Help bring them home

By BRIDGET COOK CASEY police have renewed calls for information about missing persons cases during National Missing Persons Week. This week, from 28 July to 3...

Benefits all round

By BRIDGET COOK TWO Lyndhurst organisations have already benefitted since a new community bank branch opened at Marriot Waters. The official opening of the new Bendigo...

Drugs charges

TWO men have been charged with drug and theft related crimes following execution of a search warrant at a Doveton house this week. Members from...

Woman robbed of phone

A WOMAN was robbed while walking home from the Berwick Inn this month. The woman was walking along Gloucester Avenue at 12.45am on Saturday the...

Letter box blast

A FIRECRACKER exploded after it was placed in a Berwick letterbox on the weekend. Police said at 1.30am on Saturday 28 July, a firecracker was...

Police make TV appeal

A TELEVISION was stolen from Kmart in Cranbourne in May. Police have released an image of a man and a woman they would like to...

Bad attitude break-in bid

TWO people attempted to break into two Cranbourne businesses last week. At 4am on Monday 22 July, two people attempted to gain entry to the...

Grants a good fit

By BRIDGET COOK NINE organisations in the region received grants last week towards health promotion and prevention projects. A total of $168,000 was awarded to 11...

Staff steer billycart students

By BRIDGET COOK Staff from Bunnings Cranbourne visited Rangebank Primary School last week to help set the wheels in motion for a special project. Bunnings team...

Parliament visit for young historians

A GROUP of Alkira Secondary College students were recognised for their efforts in documenting the life of local war veterans during a visit to...

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Tempo at Bunjil

Through flips, juggling, balancing acts and daring dives, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus is looking to put on a masterful performance at Bunjil Place...