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Chris Ellis with the recycled bricks and a pile of steel framing sold to a farmer to build a shed.By Melissa MeehanA BUNYIP demolition...

Bikes, take a hike

By Melissa MeehanWattle Tree Road residents against the project say they have been subjected to prank phone calls, nasty phone calls, threats and carloads...

A whack in the guts

IF it hits Australia, a “double whammy” from overseas could gut our fruitgrowers. Such explains why the hard-working and happy-go-lucky Harding family of Pakenham...

Foodbelt for thought

By Melissa MeehanMore than 100 people from the agricultural industry gathered at the Cardinia Cultural Centre for breakfast and tips for staying sustainable in...

Couple cope and then grow

By Melissa MeehanHARD work and perseverance make all the difference. Officer’s Jax Wax is the perfect example of big things coming from something small....

More parking for Pakenham

A PREFERRED long-term car park in James Street has been selected by the Cardinia Shire Council. For now, the land will be turned into...

Slog it out

NOW in its eighth year, ‘The Slog’ charity bike ride is preparing once again to raise a record amount of money for the...

Couple hits Wright note for wedding

By Jade LawtonJASON and Nikki will be racing to the altar this Saturday to be ‘finally Wright.’ Pakenham couple and racing fans Jason Wright and...

Council win for high-tech contract

By Melissa MeehanWHAT a difference technology makes. Palm pilots and enhanced surveillance made all the difference in the Cardinia Shire Council’s decision to award...

Museum saviours

By Casey NeillEMERALD Museum members are calling on people from all walks of life to help rejuvenate the vital local history resource. More than 40...

Weather hits hall

THE construction of the new Pakenham Library/Hall/U3A has continued to be affected by wet weather. Most of the structural steel has been delivered to the...

Fatter stock, sales

THERE were good gains in most areas for the fat cattle market on Wednesday at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul. Good heavy bullocks still attracted...

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