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CWA cleans up for farmers

A BID to help droughtaffected farmers wash away some of the stress of the big dry has prompted an overwhelming response. Responding to a call...

Road deal

By Paul DunlopWORK on a controversial roadsealing scheme in Emerald is expected to begin later this year. Cardinia Shire Council has called for tenders for...

Youth activities planned

A NEW range of activities for young people is about to be launched in Kooweerup. Starting in May, young people can participate in a range...

Residents seek agreement on way forward

HARKAWAY residents met last month to find a common ground for restoration of the Walsdorf Creek. In December a section of the creek bank near...

Students without borders

WHEN students at Beaconhills College Berwick campus celebrated International Week, classroom activities for the last week of last term centred around an international theme. Last...

Final honour for war heroes

By Paul Dunlop A DREAM to build a monument honouring war heroes through history has turned to striking bricks and mortar. Hundreds of people turned out...

Developer’s bid demolished

By Paul Dunlop A DEVELOPER’S bid to demolish the old Coach House at Beaconsfield has been thrown out as civic leaders vowed to keep fighting...

Hilary takes the trophy

AN excellent nett 68 was enough to give Hilary Wilson the lady president’s trophy at Berwick Montuna Golf Club on Wednesday, 21 March. Results ...

Intersection to be safer by design

A REDESIGN of the Harkaway Road and Noack Road, Harkaway, intersection is expected to eliminate a history of singlevehicle accidents at the site. Casey manager...

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Local trainers on fire at headquarters

Pakenham trainers had a big say at headquarters on Saturday with Phillip Stokes and Peter Moody both training winners on the nine-race card. Stokes kicked...