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Clean-up call

OFFICER residents are invited to take part in a clean-up day on Sunday. Volunteers are desperately needed to help tidy the town. Anyone wanting...

Koowee gets the message

Mayor Graeme Legge, president of the Gippsland Gate Radio and Electronics Club Chris Chapman and president of the Wireless Institute of Australia, Michael Owen....

SES insurance

EVERY Victoria State Emergency Service (SES) unit across the state will receive new rescue equipment as part of AAMI’s annual sponsorship of the Victoria...

Rate rise taken to

By Jade Lawton andCasey resident Tricia Clarke was one of many who opposed the council’s latest rate rise. 48005 Picture: Stewart Chambers Melissa Meehan AS THE...

Literacy support gets the numbers

CHISHOLM Institute will now offer a government-funded literacy and numeracy program. Under the program, jobseekers will be provided with up to 800 hours of...

Cyclist in hit-run

Cyclist Antony Bishop is recovering after a hit-and-run in Berwick. 48481 By Kelly YatesA CYCLIST with more than 30 years’ riding experience has been...

Too young

By Jade Lawton and Melissa MeehanTRIBUTES have flooded in for 20-year-old Osman Ahmady, who was killed when his car rolled near Nyora on Friday...

Anger fuelled

By Lilly O’GormanMs Hansen-Nooy hit the streets of Pakenham to hand out 1000 flyers, declaring McGregor Road as a beautiful place to shop –...

Break sees market return to strength

THE first sale at VLE Pakenham for two weeks saw a larger and mostly good to very good quality yarding offered. The quality was...

Noses notice

Councillor Collin Ross has turned up his nose at Pakenham’s stink.By Melissa MeehanAnd Cardinia Shire councillor Collin Ross says its time Pakenham’s stench is...

Expo is still going green

MORE than 600 people attended Cardinia Shire Council’s Pakenham Sustainability Expo held on 11–12 June at the Cardinia Cultural Centre, Pakenham. Almost 80 exhibitors were...

At fever pitch

By Lilly O’GormanSOCCER mania has reached fever pitch in Australia. Socceroos fans are emerging from the woodworks, dusting off their Socceroos jerseys and becoming bleary-eyed...

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Layton’s light shines bright

Undertaking a sewing project to provide warmth and home comfort to Australian servicemen and women, Jessica Layton could be considered something of a community...