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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...

Prices settle but still rise

THE Fat Cattle sale at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange last Wednesday saw prices settle down slightly with values firm to higher. A good quality...

Dawn service on track

Anzac Day dawn service goers will need to change tradition and go to the Pakenham Racecourse this year.By Melissa MeehanDAWN services remembering the fallen...

Lessons of Kokoda

By Madeline PrinceTWO local students will have the opportunity of a lifetime to walk the Kokoda Track after winning the annual Harold Bould award...

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...

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...

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Child’s bike stolen in Emerald

A 10-year-old's bike has been stolen from a home in Emerald. The bike was nicked from the carport of a residence on Steele Road between...