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Seniors prepare for Easter

EASTER is fast approaching and the Pakenham Seniors club still needs Easter eggs to be brought in. Members celebrating birthdays this week are Kathleen...

Last gasps for berry sign

By Melissa MeehanWILD scenes ensued on the roadside at Garfield last week as VicRoads workers removed illegal road signs against hefty opposition. And leading the...

Warragul to welcome Catholic HQ

WARRAGUL will soon welcome the Catholic Diocese of Sale to town when its administrative headquarters moves in. However, while the headquarters will move to...

Couple’s energy for saving

By Kara IrvingJULIE Weatherhead practices what she preaches when it comes to environmentally sustainable living. Along with her partner Anthony Hooper, she helped restore...

A lot to look back on

By Ben HopeAT the end of his Year 12 studies, Kooweerup Secondary College student Luke Ing will have a lot to look back on....

A man of

On 1 June 2004, the Member for Narracan Ian Maxfield told State Parliament about George Nicholson. “No-one has driven an organisation like Farm World and...

How green their vegies grow

By Elizabeth Hart In the vegetable growing industry, the slightest flaw in a lettuce or a parsnip can signal a recall. That is why Darren...

Cause shows true colours

FIONA Knight will don a colourful hairstyle next week for the World’s Greatest Shave. The Upper Beaconsfield mother and her extended family are joining the...

Mum’s little Houdini

By Tania MartinAN EMERALD autistic girl has had a lucky escape after she was found wandering the streets. Jayde Matthews, 5, was left stranded in...

Wait for pink pokies

CARDINIA Shire council officers are waiting to be advised of when the Pink Hill entertainment centre proposal will be heard at the Victorian Civil...

These dogs have their day

By Melissa MeehanDespite receiving 10 objections to a proposal to build an enclosure to keep 20 Rottweilers, Councillor George Blenkhorn said he supported the...

Scholarship gives

By Tania MartinEMERALD College graduate Rebecca McLochlan has received a helping hand just in time for her first university lecture. The 18-year-old budding nurse was...

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Cutting out the crossings

Pakenham’s dangerous and congested Cardinia Road level crossing will be a thing of the past by 2021, with construction to remove the intersection set...