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Food stand applauded

THE letter from Graham Jackson (Food for Thought, Gazette 28 July) patronises Gembrook MP Tammy Lobato about food additives without coming to grips with...

Mentors for breakfast

THE City of Casey is looking for mentors to take part in the eighth annual Men’s Mentor Breakfast in August. Men from a wide variety...

It’s all business

THE City of Casey is hosting a range of events as part of its first Casey Business Week, which runs from 16 to 20...

Casey on the hunt for artist

Artist David Brayshaw at last year’s Kevin Hill’s TOP TEN Australian Artists Art Show with one of his artworks, Outer Reef, Great Barrier Reef.THE...

Ladies fire up

Emerald Fire Brigade volunteer Katrina Cree encourages other women to give fire fighting a go. 50465By Casey NeillWOMEN with a firefighting career in their...

Crash and dash appeal

By Jade LawtonTHE victim of a baffling car-ramming is calling on witnesses to come forward and identify his attacker. Pakenham resident Steve Gow was...

Hidden victims

By Jade Lawton

Time to get daffy

By Bridget CookVolunteers are needed for help run a number of stalls around the Cardinia Shire on Daffodil Day, Friday 27 August. Cancer Council spokeswoman...

School gym in cost blowout

By Jade LawtonSchool Council President Jason Barlow submitted the school’s experience this week, detailing how the school was forced to sign off on the...

Stronger yarding, better prices

GOOD rises across the yarding on Wednesday at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul, saw the yard average rise seven cents to 185....

Food chain in danger

By Jade LawtonAmendments to the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) - touted as the last significant boundary shift of this generation - were passed through...

All cashed up

CARDINIA Shire Council awarded various community groups, sporting clubs, and organisations Community Capital Works grants during their grants night on Thursday 22 July. About...

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Birds of a feather

By sports editor Russell Bennett The boys at the Seagulls’ nest at Tooradin know they may not even get the chance to run out just...