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Desal takes shape

By Melissa MeehanTHINGS are starting to take shape at the Wonthaggi Desalination Plant site, as the first pipes that will bring water from the...

Not the good oil on road

OUTBOUND traffic along the Pakenham Bypass was brought to a standstill on Tuesday morning after a truck’s hydraulic system broke and leaked fluid for...

Plan to be well

CARDINIA Shire Council launched its Municipal Public Health and Well-being Plan 2009-13 last week, in front of more than 20 people. The plan will assist...

Twins in double

Strong sales in dry spell

A SLIGHT lift in supply was unexpected at VLE Pakenham, but the continued hot and dry conditions are having an effect on the condition...

Nurses sick and tired

By Melissa MeehanKOOWEERUP Regional Health Service CEO Terrona Ramsay has hit back at claims her staff are overworked and unhappy. Over the past weeks...

Warning signs

By Jade LawtonSMALL businesses on the Princes Highway say a VicRoads policy of stripping their signs from the roadside could force them to close. Several...

New class of excitement

Sebastien and Jack put the finishing touches to their work. 42274 Picture: Donna Oates By Melissa MeehanTHE first day of school is often one...

No teeny zucchini- Sharmin Moohebati says his giant

But all modesty aside, the Clyde resident said that when he moved to his farm in July of last year he always wanted to...

Get the message Viv

THANK you for alerting the community about a potential high fire hazard on Cardinia Beaconhills Golf Links land along McArthur Road, Viv Hyland. Your...

Power to park

By Jade LawtonTHREE-hundred new car parks at Berwick Station remain off-limits to commuters because electricity has not been connected to the new overhead lights....

Looking to lunch in Autumn

ST JOHN of God Hospital Berwick Auxiliary will begin 2010 with its first meeting for the year on Monday 15 February. The meeting will be...

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School a ‘step closer’

Pakenham’s newest secondary school is a step closer to welcoming students after a building company was appointed to construct four schools in the south-east....

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