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Council threatens sidewalk rebel with court action

By Jade LawtonCARDINIA Council has threatened court action against Pakenham sidewalk trading rebel, Terry Baldwin. Mr Baldwin claims Cardinia Shire Council has ‘hung him out...

Sign of interference

By Jade LawtonA SIGN promoting the Kooweerup Bypass campaign was stolen from its home at Cochrane Park last week. The sign is one of several...

Catch them if you can

CRIME STOPPERS and Consumer Affairs Victoria have launched an advertising campaign that warns Victorians about conmen offering dodgy home maintenance services. Scammers posing...

Officer truck in ATM heist

Police believe this truck stolen from Gill and Debbie Dubbeld’s Officer business may have been used in an ATM heist. 41709PAKENHAM police believe a...

Peter takes on Dr Karl

By Jade LawtonSEVEN could just be Gembrook artist Peter Biram’s lucky number. Mr Biram is entering Australia’s most famous art competition, the Archibald, for...

Lyall Road verdict looms

By Jade LawtonPLANS for a six-level supermarket, hotel and office development for the corner of Lyall Road may soon get the go-ahead. VCAT will...

In search of a singing star

CAN you hold a tune? Or just love to sing? Why not take part in this year’s Star Search competition. Organiser of the vocal...

Target thanks

THE Uniting Care and Target Christmas appeal has been successful once again, with the Pakenham community donating a generous amount of gifts last Christmas....

‘Willow’ proceeds to go to Haiti

By Melissa MeehanAFTER the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on 13 January, local theatre group The Gemco Players Community Theatre will give all proceeds...

Pulling in a crowd

By Bridget BradyMORE than 5000 people rolled out to enjoy the sights and sounds of the 13th annual Tooradin Tractor Pull and Truck Show...

Horse kicks boy at family show

By Melissa MeehanA 14-year-old boy suffered chest injuries when he was kicked by a horse at the Lang Lang Show on Sunday afternoon. The...

Clubs rise to class needs

LOCAL Rotary clubs have proved that working together has its benefits. The Rotary Clubs of Pakenham and Kooweerup/Lang Lang together with the Rotary Club...

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Farmer dies in harvester incident

A farmer has died after becoming entrapped in a harvesting machine on a property at Gembrook. It's believed the 82-year-old man had been working alone...

MPs step down