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‘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...

Wedding

By Bridget CookEDWARD Dingle and Tamara De Somerville incorporated history as they tied the knot into the future at St James Anglican Church, Nar...

Shock and awe

By Julian Bayard ONE of the most memorable performances in the history of the WGCA was seen in District division at Pakenham’s Toomuc Reserve on...

Good outcomes

GOOD outcomes were seen in all categories in the Wednesday Fat Cattle Sale at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul, last week with all recording...

Christmas clean-up canned

By Melissa MeehanFRONT lawns covered with junk around Christmas time may be a thing of the past, if councillor Brett Owen has anything to...

Fancy breeding bunnies

Story GIVEN a rabbit’s reputation for prolific breeding, people might assume owning a stud is as easy as a walk in the park. But genetics is...

Laid to rest

John Montague ‘Jack’ Pepper was well-known in the community.OBITUARY Jack Pepper Born: 5 April, 1918 Died: 10 January, 2010 PAKENHAM residents are mourning the loss of ‘Whistling Jack’...

End game in store

By Jade LawtonSAVE a shopkeeper – shop in Pakenham. That’s the departing call from Toy Kingdom owner Rod Ferguson, who is closing his business...

Too crowded

By Jade LawtonCARDINIA Shire Council’s decision to approve a development of 41 units has angered Pakenham residents, who plan to fight the verdict at...

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Sustainability champions

Emerald Community House and Beaconsfield Dental are two finalists in this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards. Beaconsfield Dental has been announced as a finalist in the...