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A van full of fun

By Tania MartinFUN is on the move in Cardinia with the help of a new PlayStart Van. Hills youngsters recently (15 January) got their first...

More roads to be made

By Melissa MeehanEMERALD residents in Ferres Road and part of Madigan Way will soon be part of a special charge scheme that will see...

Park plans progress

THE new Holm Park Recreation reserve is on its way, with earthworks and drainage work expected to begin early this year. Design of the reserve...

Planning for pipe works

CARDINIA Shire roads affected by the desalination pipeline project could be kept to a minimum, following meetings between the shire and desalination contractors. Shire...

Flags of darkness

Gillian Crosby can’t believe two Australian flags in Berwick are left in darkness at night. 41801Picture: Stewart Chambers AUSTRALIAN flags flying high in Berwick are...

Competition stiff across the board

THE sale at VLE Pakenham on 25 January was a combined sale due to the Australia Day holiday the next day, and numbers reverted...

Landscape design a water saver

LANDSCAPING works on the Pakenham Regional Tennis Centre are expected to be completed in late January. Civil works associated with the construction of ...

Celebrate what’s great

By Kara IrvingFancy a free party this Australia Day? Then why not celebrate in true ‘ocker’ style with a series of free events across...

Show’s top gate, mate

By Melissa MeehanTHE 2010 Lang Lang Show has been hailed a success, with more people going through the gate over the weekend than in...

Market’s strong yarding

NUMBERS almost doubled at VLE Pakenham, with 924 extra cattle penned. There are two reasons behind this with higher prices the previous week influencing...

Girls get guiding light

By Bridget CookTHE Pakenham GirlGuides participated in week of sharing, activities and challenges this month to help celebrate the centenary year of Girls Guides. To...

Correction

A STORY in last week’s Gazette incorrectly reported that Keith Wilkinson was elected president of the Probus Club of Bunyip-Garfield. This is not the case. The...

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Back again for tea

After being forced to skip a year thanks to the global pandemic, Upper Beaconsfield’s Woorinyan CWA branch was pleased to be able to once...