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Free green waste continues

Residents impacted by the recent storms can continue to drop-off their green waste for free, as well as other storm-related general waste, until Tuesday...

Bunjil’s Summer Stage glitters

Bunjil Place’s Summer Stage program has continued in the sparkliest of fashion with their Glitter Groove Queer Party. The program, which is running until the...

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,...

Noble Park no match for Bayswater

Noble Park has fallen to third on the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association table but remains equal with top-placed Brighton following Saturday’s action. The Parkers' 135...

Mackenzie Gardner firing on eve of finals

PARKMORE SO CLOSE YET SO FAR AWAY A stunning century to Parkmore skipper Amal Athulathmudali led the Pirates to a 71-run win over Parkfield,...

Mibus has the midus touch

Pakenham Upper Toomuc has all but secured a place in the Casey Cardinia Cricket Association’s District Division final four following an outright win over...

Playoff repeat awaits for the Flyers

The Southside Flyers will face the Melbourne Boomers in an all-Melbourne finals battle in the first week of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL)...

Newcomers pose a threat

Predators are shaping up as a team to beat in the new season of the South West Gippsland Dart League after an impressive opening...

Saturday swansong for Lions

PAKENHAM BOWLS SATURDAY PENNANT Pakenham’s Third and Fourth Weekend sides both played home semi-finals on Saturday. Pakenham Three (Div 5) played Narre Warren Five, a team which...

Spotlight on shelter’s unpopular pack

A ‘pity party’ is being held for a Keysborough animal shelter’s senior residents who have been in long wait for a new home. Australian Animal...

Playing for laughs – and heckles

Tom Gleeson will be bringing his comedic talents to Narre Warren for a first-time performance at Bunjil Place on Thursday 7 December. His new...

Headmasters of rock ‘n’ roll

The click, pop and hum of a PA system starting up is soon joined by the sound of guitars tuning, drumbeats and scales on...

Tales of the dead unearthed

In something of a paradox, touring a cemetery can really bring history to life. More than 30 tales of early settlers in the South East...

Beauty of age, connection

The culmination of 17 wordsmiths’ work has been unveiled in a new exhibition, combining the two artforms of poetry and photography. Poetic Portraits brought...

Work to lasting peace

The overriding principle facing the world community, whatever their nation, religion, or ethnic origin, is that of laying the foundations of a global society...

Treat hospitality staff with respect

Summer can be a great time for dining out, but it can be a hetic and difficult time for those working in kitchens and...

Spooktacular time at Cardinia Lakes Shopping Centre

Get ready for a spooktacular time at the upcoming Halloween event at Cardinia Lakes Shopping Centre on 31 October. Between 5pm and 8pm they’re pulling...

Piggy in the middle

With the cost of living increasing, now is a better time than ever to teach children about the importance of saving money effectively. With...

Healing haven

Be-Okay Counselling was recently relaunched in Drouin at the new home of Kaye Cheesman. Be-Okay Counselling offers Person-Centred, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy,...

Nurturing and inclusive environment

At Fleetwood Primary School, we take immense pride in fostering a nurturing and inclusive environment, where parents, students, and the community come together dedicated...

RACV urges parents to check child car seat safety

RACV has provided an important reminder to parents and carers traveling on Victorian roads – please regularly check the fit, safety rating and rules...

Outage payment eligibility extended

The Federal and State Governments are expanding eligibility for Victorians impacted by severe weather this summer. The eligibility criteria for the Prolonged Power Outage Payments...

Officer garbage truck fire

A load of a rubbish truck caught fire at around 12:08pm on the 22 February. The fire occurred at Bellerive Avenue in Officer. One CFA...

Months of disruptions expected

Minister for Transport Infrastructure Danny Pearson announced buses will replace trains on sections of the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Gippsland lines at various times throughout...

Experts to review Vic storms blackout to avoid repeat

Experts will review the lead up to and fallout from the destructive storm event that crippled Victoria’s electricity transmission network. Victorian Energy Minister Lily D’Ambrosio...

Cars centre stage in Gembrook

Gembrook’s finest cars took to the Gembrook Recreation Reserve on Sunday 18 February for this year’s All American Car Display. Hosted by the Rotary...

Drivers nabbed along freeway

Police caught 39 people drink driving and six drug drivers during a major road policing operation on the Monash Freeway over the recent 1weekend. Operation...

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Free green waste continues

Residents impacted by the recent storms can continue to drop-off their green waste for free, as well as other storm-related general waste, until Tuesday...