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Medals end on marathon note

By LIA SPENCER BERWICK firefighters were honoured for their outstanding work at a special event last week. On 28 June, the Berwick CFA held its annual...

Mark takes a new course

By BESS ZEWDIE COCKATOO resident Clint Mark is one of 21 new career firefighters stationed at the Morwell Fire Brigade this month. The 33-year-old former...

On the crest of a dream

By BRIDGET SCOTT LAYNE Beachley captured the undying attention of about 150 guests at the Casey-Cardinia Business Breakfast last Wednesday when she made waves at...

Guide hall spruced up

By BRIDGET SCOTT Bunnings team members helped revamp the Pakenham Guide Hall last Thursday when they came armed with paint brushes to put new colour...

Natives for extra spice

By DANIELLE GALVIN PEPPERMINT Ridge Farm owner Julie Weatherhead is using her knowledge of bush food to teach at her cooking school in Tynong North. It...

Gazette claims national award

A CREATIVE, forceful and authoritative newspaper, the Pakenham-Berwick Gazette has again been named the Best Newspaper at the Community Newspapers of Australia Awards. Awarded...

Dealing with dementia patients

VOLUNTEER community visitors learned how to communicate with people suffering from dementia at a training event last month. The event, at Lyrebird Village for...

Warning after cars break-in

POLICE are reminding people to not leave valuables in their vehicles and lock the doors after three cars were broken into on the weekend. The...

Whiff of burglary

JEWELLERY, perfume and personal documents were stolen from a Pakenham house last week. Police said the house on Scarlett Crescent was broken into between...

Tools targeted

POWER tools were stolen from a garage in Emerald on the weekend. Police said that the theft occurred between 6pm on 26 June and...

Shotgun shoot-up

POLICE are appealing for information after a shotgun was fired in the early hours of Friday morning. Residents near Princes Highway called the police...

Man punched in mugging

A YOUNG man from Pakenham was assaulted when he refused to give money to a group of five people on Saturday. Police said that at...

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Calls for calm at the checkout

Supermarket shelves were again being stripped across the Cardinia Shire on Tuesday night, shortly after Premier Daniel Andrews announced stage three restrictions. The bizarre panic...