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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,...

Veterans keep giving

42954 Pictures: Raylee Burns THE Warragul SES is $3500 better off thanks to the Vietnam Veterans Motorcycle Club. Using its Longwarry clubhouse, the motorcycle...

Alife full of adventure

By Tania MartinEMERALD’S famous mountaineer, Alfred ‘Greg’ Gregory will be remembered as a man with a feisty spirit and a gentle heart. He was renowned...

Planning for success

By Madeline PrinceCARDINIA Shire Council will host a range of affordable workshops, networking opportunities and forums for local businesses. And a business planning short...

Kids plan to

SPLISH AND splash this month at the Pakenham “twilight pool party”. The Cardinia Shire is looking to increase the number of events for young...

Health equals wealth

Greenhills Propagation Nursery owners, Robert and Liz Harrison, accepting their 2009 Cardinia Shire Business of the Year Award from 2009 Cardinia Shire mayor Bill...

Club’s call to get out of debt hole

By Melissa MeehanBEACONHILLS Golf Course committee is calling on those who oppose the sale of unused land to get the club out of spiralling...

Canberra hosts bushfire art

McMillan MP Russell Broadbent welcomed guests at the opening of an exhibition of bushfire inspired artwork.By Melissa MeehanBLACKENED trees, fierce flames and other artworks...

These young hip-hoppers won’t be stopping

SO YOU think you can dance? But can you hip-hop? Young people throughout the Cardinia Shire can keep fit with hip-hop classes in Pakenham. The...

One of the best

By Melissa MeehanLYN Treble describes Bunyip as a rural community that has remained small enough to appreciate the life of individuals. For many in...

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Local cafe ransacked by thieves

When local cafe owner Amit Sharma's phone rang this morning, his heart sank. Mr Sharma, who owns and operates Oven Kraft, a beloved Pakenham cafe...

Eagles to look east