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Record Oz Day crowd

By Kelly YatesA RECORD number of people gathered for the Australia Day celebrations at Pioneers Park in Berwick yesterday (Tuesday). Families got into the Aussie...

Busy Berwick bee

Kay Evans was one of many Berwick Rotarians who took part in the working bee at the Berwick Cemetery.BERWICK’S cemetery is looking in top...

A $1,000 vow

WHAT would you do for $1000? For Nar Nar Goon’s Tim Manning it was the case of a simple request for two mates to dress...

Treasuring 50 golden years

By Melissa MeehanIT started over popcorn and a movie … and 50 years later Dennis and Margaret Roberts’ love for one another is as...

When you’re booked for doing 60km/h, it’s …

By Melissa MeehanA DALMORE business has accused police of “revenue raising” after two of his staff members were booked for speeding over the Manks...

Pets face cruel summer

Make sure your pet has access to shade.KEEP your pets cool, that’s the word from the Cardinia Shire Council this summer.Residents are encouraged to...

Tiny’s century

Gladys Mitchell celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday. 41135Picture: Kim CartmellBy Bridget CookBERWICK resident Gladys ‘Tiny’ Mitchell, nee Duke, reached a far from tiny...

Soldier serving still

By Lia BichelGUYS Hill resident John Carlyle Wells always said he wanted to continue serving the people of Australia after he returned home from...

Show you can bank on

The Berwick Show will have a temporary onsite ATM for the first time this year. Berwick Westpac Bank manager Peter Fraser, centre, presented the...

Hospital jobs pain

By Melissa MeehanKOOWEERUP Regional Health Service CEO Terrona Ramsay has quashed claims that the hospital has readvertised positions made vacant during the restructuring shake-up...

Billy wants cash

By Tania MartinPUFFING Billy is calling for a $15 million State Government cash injection over the next five years to help secure jobs for...

Kids need wheels

Emerald Ritchie’s IGA manager Peter Van Enk welcomes Emerald Rotary’s Russell Nielson to the community benefits scheme.By Tania MartinEMERALD Rotary Club is calling on...

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Rental stress high in Pakenham

Tenants in Pakenham have reported high levels of rental stress, a new report reveals. In realestate.com.au’s 2019 Renters Report, between 40 to 50 per...

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