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New building is a beautiful thing

UPCOMING local sports stars are invited to rub shoulders with their heroes at the official opening of the much awaited Bunyip Auditorium this month....

Family goes all in for school

By Melissa MeehanTHE Hole family attends Cardinia Primary School. No it’s not a spelling error, but this year, for the first time Marcus, Lochie,...

Tales from the flames

A MONTH-long exhibition showcasing children’s artworks and stories of the Black Saturday bushfires will be held in Pakenham to commemorate its first anniversary. Artwork from...

A feel for running

By Kara IrvingBRENDA Watts loves to run. She trains four to five times a week, usually in three and eight kilometre bursts and most...

Art from fire

By Kara IrvingGARFIELD Primary School captain Holly Morris gets a little nervous when the temperature tops 40 degrees. The Grade 6 student, along...

A sombre highland fling

By Kelly YatesFIREFIGHTERS will open this year’s Berwick Highland Gathering to remember the lives and properties lost on Black Saturday. More than 3500 people are...

Kooweerup looking up

KOOWEERUP residents are invited to a workshop next week to discuss how their town can be improved. The Kooweerup Township Strategy is being reviewed and...

John won’t forget

By Melissa MeehanBUNYIP CFA captain John Legione will never forget the devastation of the Black Saturday bushfires. On the day he was based at...

Don’t miss car fest

CAR enthusiasts must attend the 32nd annual Berwick Swap Meet. Organised by the Dandenong Valley Historic Car Club at Akoonah Park, Princes Highway, Berwick, the...

Vendors happier

VENDORS at Wednesday’s Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul, came away a little happier, as prices across the board recorded rises, all be it some...

Twist comes full circle

A familiar face … John Twist with new preps Brandon, Sofia, Jak, Laura and Charlie. By Melissa MeehanHAILEYBURY College in Berwick welcomed some new...

Plan for the worst

The devastation left behind in Labertouche.By Melissa MeehanIN THE days leading up to Black Saturday, Nar Nar Goon CFA captain Phil Craig was busy...

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Family of support for kinship carers

On a cool morning in Pakenham, an unlikely group meets for a seminar and brunch. They seem to come from different walks of life,...