PAKENHAM | BERWICK | OFFICER
Home News Page 1187

News

Bad weekend on roads

By Jade LawtonCARDINIA Police are angered by a spate of offences combining the lethal mix of speeding and drink-driving on Cardinia Shire roads on...

Cowardly attack on senior

By Jade LawtonA ‘COWARDLY’ would-be thief put an 82-year-old man through a terrifying ordeal in Bunyip on Saturday. The victim, from Kooweerup, was driving...

Anyone fancy a dance?

BACK by popular demand, the Old Time Variety Dance will be held at the Cardinia Hall on Friday 26 February from 8pm. Entertainment will...

Timber bridges to be replaced in upgrade

WORK has begun on the much needed $6.6 million Manks Road upgrade. The works, which started last Monday, will increase safety and capacity on four...

Socket to ’em sparky

Berwick electrician Daniel Maher is in the running to be crowned Australia’s Hottest Tradie. 42439 Picture: Kim CartmellBy Kelly YatesA BERWICK electrician has made...

April start for $80m Woolworths project

CONSTRUCTION for the Woolworths development in John Street is expected to begin in April. Construction on the site was supposed to begin late last...

Berwick Seniors’ welcome return

ON 5 February Berwick Senior Citizens had their first meeting of the year, and it was good to see a large assembly of friends. ...

Lavinia’s searchfor a cure

LAVINIA Martin wants to find a cure for type one diabetes. The Upper Beaconsfield eight-year-old, who was diagnosed as having the disease in...

Under the pump

By Melissa MeehanONE pipe down, about 6200 to go. The first of 84 kilometres of pipes that will deliver desalinated water to Melbourne from...

Crushed

State Opposition Leader Ted Baillieu discussed the hoon problem with local residents. From left, Gembrook Liberal Party candidate Brad Battin, By Jade LawtonLOCAL hoons...

Two injured in two-car crash

A BUNYIP man suffered cuts and bruising to his head after a two-car collision on the South Gippsland Freeway in Hallam last week. The 52-year-old...

Residents want to know…

By Tania Martin EMERALD residents have questioned the lack of warning from emergency services during a bushfire last month. On 31 January a fire broke out...

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