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Vaccine good to go

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has provisionally approved the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for use in Australia. The move has been welcomed by Federal La Trobe...

Fatal crash closes Princes

A man has died and a woman and a child are fighting for life following a horror smash outside Gumbuya World. Emergency services were called...

Serious crash closes Princes

The air ambulance has been dispatched to Gumbuya World following a serious collision. The Princes Freeway is closed outbound through Tynong North. Motorists are being...

Short term rego the way to go

Pakenham residents are among those most likely to utilise short-term car registration, the State Government has revealed. More than 1.8 million Victorians are now paying...

Jewellery stalwarts say goodbye

It’s the end of an era for a favourite Berwick shop, as Kay and Jim Drysdale head into a well-earned retirement. After 37 years manning...

Small fire sparks warning

Pakenham Fire Rescue Victoria are warning locals to ensure their cigarette butts are fully extinguished, after a dropped butt sparked a fire in a...

Second intersection started

Preliminary works to upgrade a problem intersection in Beaconsfield are officially underway. The Glismann Road/Beaconsfield Avenue intersection at Princes Highway is the second stretch of...

Dangerous and disqualified, hoon hits police car

A disqualified hoon on bail was allegedly nabbed travelling 100 kilometres over the speed limit before crashing into an unmarked police car. The 25-year-old Kooweerup...

Man flung from Ute

A Clyde North man has been airlifted to hospital in a critical condition after he was thrown from the back of a Ute in...

Burst pipe chaos

A burst pipe caused chaos along a busy Berwick thoroughfare, prompting road closures after water spouted into the air and flooded the immediate area. Emergency...

Elderly man hospital after car into house

A two car collision has ended with one vehicle smashing through the front window of a Kooweerup house. Emergency services were called to Moody Street,...

Search for south east thief

A series of south east businesses have been hit by a callous thief wearing a distinctive hat. Police believe the man, perceived to be aged...

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Community spirit is strong

Hallora Marathon Festival organiser Daniel Pratt admits the 2021 event was "touch and go" for a while as Covid-19 took hold in Victoria. Now with...