PAKENHAM | BERWICK | OFFICER
Home News Page 1185

News

Rodger dodgers

THE Emerald community is missing an important community figure – figurine to be exact. Last week, Rodger the fire-ready mannequin was stolen from outside...

Market soars on competition and demand

THE best way to describe the sale at VLE Pakenham was dearer, dearer and dearer as all classes of cattle sold very well. There...

Loss breaks girl’s heart- Vicky Turnbull with her daughters Amelia and Imogen. 43010 Picture:

By Melissa MeehanWHAT kind of monster would steal from a little girl? That is a question Vicki Turnbull has been asking herself when she found...

Shire says no to gaming venue

THE CARDINIA Shire Council has confirmed its position against the Pink Hill development in Beaconsfield, this week backing a submission against the proposal to...

Sneak peek for show sponsors

By Jade LawtonSPONSORS of the Berwick Show were treated to a behind-the-scenes look at some of the show’s star attractions on Friday night. While...

Host of heroes

MEET a range of local and sporting heroes at the official opening of the Bunyip Auditorium this Sunday. The Heroes Day will be held at...

Pain relief after waste clean-up

By Tania MartinA COCKATOO man who is suffering from chronic back pain has hit out at a local waste service after his rubbish was...

Insulate against crooks

RESIDENTS beware. Rogue contractors are on the loose trying to cash in on the government’s ceiling insulation rebate. La Trobe MP Jason Wood has...

Wristband rule

Leading Senior Constables Anthony Templar and John Marton handing the new police wristband to truck driver Sam. 42676 Picture: Kim CartmellBy Jade LawtonBUSHFIRE roadblocks...

Andrew knocks on media doors

By Kara IrvingANDREW Powell and his best mate Gavin consider themselves the next Hamish and Andy. “But we’re willing to go further than them”,...

Grant brings residents within Koowee of internet

KOOWEERUP residents now have more opportunities to access the internet with a government program launched last week. Community Development Minister Lily D’Ambrosio said the...

Friends grow together

FRIENDS of Wilson Botanic Park welcomed a new honorary patron at a special committee meeting at the park this month. Casey mayor Lorraine Wreford,...

Latest

School springs into action after gas leak

The end of the school day was a little more eventful than usual last Wednesday 28 July, as staff and students from Beaconsfield’s St...

Railway robbery