Reducing the digital divide

Over 2.5 million Australians are excluded from the digital world and essentially miss out on all the benefits associated with the internet, from money saving tips, accessing government services or keeping in touch and re-connecting with old friends. As part of Get Online Week 2019, Outlook Community Centre held an event to encourage the community […]

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Requests for rural road fix

A large bus company has joined the chorus of complaining Iona residents, pleading with Cardinia Shire Council to take urgent action on Fallon Road. A mix of deep and shallow potholes were reported strewn across the highly used linkage road which is used by Warragul Bus Lines, farmers and local residents daily. Bus driver Bob […]

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Volunteers reach out to fire victims

As the recovery effort continues, victims of the Bunyip bushfires were last week visited by an outreach team from the Victorian Council of Churches, Emergency Ministries (VCC EM). VCC EM was invited to the region at the request of Cardinia Shire Council and conducted outreach to all properties within the fire affected footprint from the […]

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Cup comes to Cardinia

Cardinia residents had a once in a lifetime experience when the iconic Melbourne Cup visited the region as part of the 17th annual Lexus Melbourne Cup tour on Thursday and Friday. Accompanied by Victoria Racing Club ambassador Georgia Connolly and celebrated racing writer Keith Hillier, the ‘People’s Cup’ stopped by several locations in Cardinia. On […]

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Open garden raises funds to open life

A verdant paradise will throw open its gates this weekend in the name of charity. Suzanne de Pelsenaire will once again allow the public to wander through her whimsical garden to raise funds for the Bionics Institute‚Äôs recently established BabyLab, which helps to further improve the quality of hearing for babies and children who receive […]

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Government gives their side

In response to the Gazette’s front page article last week titled ‘Burnt’ by brass, the Premier’s office has provided a response. The article was in response to victims of the ‘Forgotten Friday’ bushfires in March this year who are continually feeling they aren’t being considered as having suffered a devastating fire. Soured by reports Governor […]

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