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Grants aim to empower people with disability

Funding has been announced for a grants program that aims to empower people with disability across Australia to be independent and engage fully in...

Ninjas in training

Junior gymnasts became budding ninjas when Australian Ninja Warrior contestant Daniel Mason, better known as the ‘Barefoot Ninja’, launched a new program at Reach...

Pakenham remembers Peter Wigney

Pakenham stalwart Peter Wigney is being remembered as a strong believer in social justice. The community is mourning his passing, with a number of personalities...

Works begin on Gembrook park

Community members joined councillors and politicians at a sod turning ceremony in Gembrook which marked the beginning of works on a $1.5 million play space...

Brawl breaks out at Berwick school

A teacher has been attacked during a mass brawl at Berwick College which broke out between 20 students and forced the school into lockdown. Police...

Grog thief

A bottle of Bourbon was stolen from a Pakenham store on 12 August. A man entered the store and placed the bottle of alcohol in...

Brace for more pain

Motorists heading into the city from Pakenham already face an arduous commute but the congestion on our roads and public transport networks are only...

16 charged in south-east sting

Sixteen males have been charged after Victoria Police executed a number of search warrants across the south-eastern suburbs. The warrants were in relation to an...

Rotarians give back

The Rotary Club of Bunyip-Garfield presented a number of cheques to various community groups on Thursday 15 August. The annual cheque presentation saw the Garfield...

In fear of tree fall

An elderly resident is fearful over slipping on an acorn after Casey Council has let a large Oak Tree grow in front of her...

Solution only short-term

Cardinia Shire Council will enter into a short-term contract of up to two years with Polytrade Recycling for the processing of kerbside recycling. Polytrade...

Council ‘not responsible’ for tree fall

Cardinia Shire Council claims they “feel” for an Upper Beaconsfield family after a tree fell on their property and forced them into crisis accommodation...

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Footy focus turns political

Nationals Gippsland MP’s are accusing the state government and the Australian Football League (AFL) of ignoring grassroots football and netball. Eastern Victoria MP Melina Bath...