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Cannery at heart of community

ANYONE who has worked at the Nestle Factory has a story or two to tell and in the lead up to a reunion, memories...

History in the making

ONE of Cardinia Shire’s “most precious assets” marked its 20th birthday milestone in style earlier this month, with more than 100 residents packing out...

Park seeks a helping hand

THERE’S always something to do at the Bayles Fauna Park - and the management committee urgently need volunteers to help with the park’s upkeep. Committee...

Push is on for cottage relocation

A SLICE of local history could be preserved and moved to the Bayles Fauna Park. For two years the park’s committee has been in talks...

Tea’s a tonic

LOCAL health enthusiast, Emily-Rose Pumfrey is changing lives one teacup at a time with her new business. She is studying naturopathy at Endeavour College of...

Doc’s been lucky in life

  MOST of those expected to cram into the Nar Nar Goon Community Centre to celebrate the 90th birthday of Bill ‘Doc’ Doherty this Sunday...

Firefighters fear arson spree

SIX fires on Cardinia Road on Saturday afternoon that narrowly avoided homes are believed to have been deliberately lit. CFA District 8 operations manager Trevor...

Factory grows with Pakenham

IT IS commonly agreed that Pakenham would not be the suburb it is today without the influence of the Raleigh/Nestle/Gippsland Food factory. The Raleigh Preserve...

Leading by example

NOT many teenage girls would jump at the chance to shave their heads, but two Emerald Secondary College students are leading their peers by...

When all else fails

ON THE back of failed bushfire plans, Cardinia Shire Council has named three locations as the potential sites for neighbourhood safer places and they...

Forum hears of support entitlement

BEACONSFIELD Neighbourhood Centre was filled to overflowing for Monday’s National Disability Insurance Scheme forum. Senator Jan McLucas, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Carers, joined La...

Abbott drops in

THE Federal Opposition Leader made a flying visit to Beaconsfield yesterday, but local issues took a backseat. Tony Abbott stopped for morning tea at a...

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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...