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Lessons of Kokoda

By Madeline PrinceTWO local students will have the opportunity of a lifetime to walk the Kokoda Track after winning the annual Harold Bould award...

Bad weekend on roads

By Jade LawtonCARDINIA Police are angered by a spate of offences combining the lethal mix of speeding and drink-driving on Cardinia Shire roads on...

Cowardly attack on senior

By Jade LawtonA ‘COWARDLY’ would-be thief put an 82-year-old man through a terrifying ordeal in Bunyip on Saturday. The victim, from Kooweerup, was driving...

Anyone fancy a dance?

BACK by popular demand, the Old Time Variety Dance will be held at the Cardinia Hall on Friday 26 February from 8pm. Entertainment will...

Timber bridges to be replaced in upgrade

WORK has begun on the much needed $6.6 million Manks Road upgrade. The works, which started last Monday, will increase safety and capacity on four...

Socket to ’em sparky

Berwick electrician Daniel Maher is in the running to be crowned Australia’s Hottest Tradie. 42439 Picture: Kim CartmellBy Kelly YatesA BERWICK electrician has made...

April start for $80m Woolworths project

CONSTRUCTION for the Woolworths development in John Street is expected to begin in April. Construction on the site was supposed to begin late last...

Berwick Seniors’ welcome return

ON 5 February Berwick Senior Citizens had their first meeting of the year, and it was good to see a large assembly of friends. ...

They’ve had it

By Tania MartinEMERALD traders are calling for more police on the beat following a spate of break-ins. They believe local youths are flouting the law...

Police to patrol traffic lights – Concerned that someone will be killed at this...

By Melissa MeehanPAKENHAM police will be paying particular attention to drivers on the Healesville – Kooweerup Road after complaints by local business owners that...

Village festival bounces back

The Upper Beaconsfield Village Festival has something for everyone.THE UPPER Beaconsfield Village Festival is back again on Saturday 20 February. The renowned Tower...

Fat cattle prices drop

ALL gains made last week at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul, were taken back at the Fat Cattle Market on Wednesday. With a yarding...

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The day the earth stood still for men on the moon

“Everything stood still in Pakenham - as elsewhere throughout the world - on Monday as young and old crowded around TV sets or radios...

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