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Over 2000 penalties

- Melissa MeehanMORE than 2000 fines have been issued in Cardinia Shire by council officers over the past year. The most common infringements...

Facelift for clock towers

KOOWEERUP’S clock towers will be given a fresh coat of paint and refurbished. President of the Kooweerup Township Committee, Ray Brown said the Cardinia...

New CWA president

Chris Johnson.CHRIS Johnson has been named the president of the West Gippsland Group CWA. The annual meeting and state conference of the CWA Victoria...

Search

THE SEARCH is on for a new president for the Kooweerup Township Committee. The committee decided last week to begin their search after current...

Law’s long road

VICTORIA’S chief law maker visited Beaconhills College last week to meet with legal studies students. Deputy Premier and Attorney-General Rob Hulls visited the school’s...

They’re on the road to ruin

By Melissa MeehanNARROW roads and wide B-double trucks have Tonimbuk residents worried. The Mt Cannibal and District Preservation Group Inc says roads in the...

His horses can’t hack it

By Melissa MeehanTONIMBUK’S world-class equestrian centre will not survive if plans to create a quarry in Sanders Road go ahead. Owner of the Tonimbuk...

Heavy levy

By Jade LawtonA BUSINESS plan outlining the future of Berwick Village will be emailed to 250 local traders this week. The document is a...

Fun year ahead

By Jade LawtonTHE Rotary Club of Berwick is in for a big year. Incoming president Sjaak Kusters will be at the helm of the...

New den of thieves

By Melissa MeehanKOOWEERUP police has warned residents to ensure they lock their cars and homes, following a number of recent break-ins. Sergeant Steve Eckhardt...

Biggest toy for oldest boy

By Peter Sweeney LONGWARRY North couple Jack and Rosie (Rosemary) Pearson were passengers on a bus cruising through the American state of Montana 30 years...

Call for fire support

BERWICK Fire Brigade is looking for volunteer firefighters. The brigade is starting a recruitment campaign in an effort to attract more members. Berwick Fire Brigade captain...

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Pakenham remembers Peter Wigney

Pakenham stalwart Peter Wigney is being remembered as a strong believer in social justice. The community is mourning his passing, with a number of personalities...

Grog thief

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