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Driver faces traffic charges

A BERWICK man has been arrested over a dangerous pursuit through Beaconsfield, Berwick and Narre Warren South. Members from the Cardinia Highway Patrol attempted to...

Tan ban looms

SOLARIUMS will be a thing of the past after the State Government announced a ban, effective in 2014. Premier Ted Baillieu said the Coalition Government...
St Francis Xavier student Daniel Grulke risked his own life to save the life of a young girl in March. Last week, he was presented with an award for his bravery by The Royal Humane Society of Australasia. 79395

Daniel earns hero’s reward

By LIA SPENCER A BRAVE Narre Warren South boy has received a bravery award for saving a young girl’s life in March. At 5pm on 27...
Rocky with Claire and Jay in happier times at the beach.

Rocky tops wish list

By DANIELLE GALVIN ALL Claire and Jay Fyfe want for Christmas is their dog Rocky back – and they are asking Santa to help find...

Hardy’s to the rescue

A PAKENHAM business has been humbled by support after its truck and tools were stolen from its factory last week. The E&J Joinery was broken...
New Protective Services Officers Harpreet Sidhu and Luke DeHaan get stuck into the role at Berwick station.

PSOs here at last

By NICOLE WILLIAMS IN A boon for public safety, Protective Services Officers (PSOs) have started patrolling Berwick Railway Station. Member for Gembook Brad Battin joined the...

Goodwill rides through

A PAKENHAM mum believes the Christmas spirit is alive and well this year. Haylee Toyne’s nine-year-old daughter Shanae suffers from a disability that affects her...

Charlie gave Milkybar role his best shot

Charlie Hamilton of Drouin narrowly missed out on becoming the Milkybar Kid. By Emma Sun DROUIN'S Charlie Hamilton has missed out on becoming Australia's Milkybar Kid...

Space for art at Casey

TWO new exhibitions are now on display at the City of Casey's Civic Centre Art Space. The exhibitions, 'Reflections' by Brenda Pettitt and 'Creative Works...

Sky’s the limit for he who dares

Terry's love for all things that flew came at a young age. “I grew up in Werribee, where the Tooradin air force bases were,”...

Virtual blaze

By Nicole WilliamsPOLICE responded to a simulated bushfire in Cardinia last week. About 40 police from the southern metropolitan region put their skills to the...

Pistol shooting

Above: Michael Lees is an active member and competitor in pistol shooting for the Beaconsfield Pistol Club.By Emma SunMICHAEL Lees is a man of...

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Recognition for editor

The community work of Star News Group editor Garry Howe has been rewarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia. The citation was for...