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Carjacking mob attack tourists

A Pakenham woman who was part of a mob that inflicted a violent, "sickening” carjacking on two young tourists in Narre Warren South has...

Nashos keep on ‘giving back’

The National Servicemen’s Association South-East branch has again come to the fore with its 21st annual Christmas toy drive. On Saturday 6 July, the...

Painful tale paves pathway to hope

Family violence can be dispelled within a generation – but it needs clear leadership, says the inspirational Hana Assafiri. At the launch of Assafiri’s memoir...

Door opens for the Demons

The ever-changing race for a place in this year’s WGFNC A Grade finals series reaches a significant fork in the road this weekend with...

Panthers prowling again

Devon Meadows is back on the winner’s list with a clinical 19.15 129 to 11.11 77 victory over Rye in the Mornington Peninsula Football...

Hampton Park Netball Club booming

The Hampton Park Netball Club has grown from a “basket case” in 2021 to a vibrant squad of 84 players across eight teams in...

Holding high Hope for the future

Growing up in Hampton Park as the middle child of eight in a Samoan-Polynesian family, Leading Aircraftwoman Hope Kareta always pictured herself in the...

West Gippy crowned champions

The Under-18 Gippsland Interleague Carnival was held last Wednesday 3 July at Ted Summerton Reserve in Moe. The ground was in terrific condition albeit...

Top six’s lowest rung proving a top prospect

There’s no doubt that the current cost of living crisis is creating a rental market bursting at the seams in Melbourne’s suburbs. Real estate...

A winter wonderland in Narre Warren

From a chance to meet Princess Elsa to ice skating, Frosted - A Winter Spectacular has fun for people of all ages this school...

Call for Doveton Show volunteers

With household budgets under pressure, large crowds are expected to flock to this year’s 18th annual Doveton Show. Designed as an affordable alternative to...

Stellar supporters of Red Cross

Four stalwarts of Hallam Friends of the Red Cross were awarded at a presentation on 18 June. At the group’s 45th birthday party, Betty...

Creatures great and small

Horses and ponies, the great and small, were on show at the 21st annual Scottish Heritage Day at Dandenong Showgrounds on Sunday 26 May. Minnie,...

International fashion show

Students and families shared bright fashions and tasty foods from around the world for an annual Harmony Day event at Southern Cross Primary School. Along...

Snapshots of an alien time

A Covid lockdown family project unlocked a poignant ‘Rocketgirl’ adventure for Andrew Rovenko and his 4-year-old daughter Mia. Craft was one of the family’s most...

Behind the walls of Victoria’s prisons – what life is really like for the people who work there

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in prison? Most people have a very particular idea – high walls, long and dark corridors and...

Celebrating all things Holland

The upcoming Holland Festival, organised by the Rotary Club of Casey, will take place entirely indoors at Caribbean Gardens in Scoresby, spanning 7000sqm under...

Dandenong Christmas Tree Farm winner

Pakenham resident Kahlia Marsh was so excited to pick up her winning Christmas tree from Dandenong Christmas Tree Farm, 336 Brown Road,...

How winter affects foot and leg pain

The cold weather can affect our bodies in various ways, but it can have a particular impact on our feet and legs, which we...

COUPLE KEEPS A RAY OF SUNSHINE IN NEW HOME

Almost 40 years after moving to Cairns, Jan and Phil Rundle have completed their decades-long meander down Australia’s East Coast and returned to their...

Exploring the meaning of Anzac Day

In the lead up to Anzac Day this year, our FiRST Early Learning Centre in Narre Warren North, strived to explore the meaning of...

From volunteer to student doctor

Cranbourne North’s Adhav Parasuraman presented a distinctive and down-to-earth way to boost a career path in healthcare. The 22-year-old is a student doctor at Dandenong...

Funding shortfall concern

Casey Council has revealed inadequate funding for library services and social support programs by the State and Federal Governments. The council made a submission to...

Clyde’s forgotten land

Environmental experts are concerned about the condition of a high-valued conservation area in Clyde, as they found out weeds took over. A recent audit report...

SBI’s fifth fire

An overnight fire at the Stevensons Brothers Industries (SBI) waste transfer station last week alerted the surrounding residents as it has been the fifth...

Roads reopen after serious crash

Roads have re-opened after a person has been criticially injured in a crash on South Gippsland Highway Dandenong South. Advanced Life Support and Mobile...

Conserving elms in winter

Community organisation Friends of the Tulliallan Elms had its Quarterly Friends Gathering on Sunday 7 July, centring on tree conservation. The crowd gathered at...

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Door opens for the Demons

The ever-changing race for a place in this year’s WGFNC A Grade finals series reaches a significant fork in the road this weekend with...