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Adventures take a twist

A cast of 80 Scouts and Girl Guides have spent countless hours rehearsing for their latest production of ‘Adventures Beware’ with final shows to...

Friendship quilt worth every stitch

Georgie Gill is a wiz at quilting. And her latest creation will be showcased next month in a Victoria wide art show. Her brightly...

Beyond Blue fundraiser show

 A fun evening with Australia's leading psychic, mentalist and hypnotherapists will be hosted at Cranbourne golf course this month for a worthy cause. The community...

Friends star on TV

Best friends from Cranbourne Malakai and Latrelle, both aged 11, are excited to be on national TV for slimy obstacle challenge. Chosen from thousands of...

Cranbourne youth grow through Tree of Life

Young people from around Cranbourne are among the cast of a new musical hitting stages these school holidays. The Tree of Life, by amateur theatre...

Celebrating Indigenous culture

Cranbourne Gardens will celebrate Naidoc Week with a showcase of Indigenous language, dance, storytelling and hands-on activities during a family-friendly event in July. The highly...

Birthday cheers for 25 years

There will be cheers both on and off the stage when the South Eastern Allstars family reunites to celebrate the school’s 25th birthday later...

Shitbox on the go

Clyde residents Jenny and Jim Banks are all geared up for the ‘Shitbox Rally’ to raise funds for Cancer Council. In October, the pair will...

Pet expo returns

It’s the paw-fect day out for you and your pet! The City of Casey’s pet expo is back again so pick up your pooch and...

Need for speed

Adrenaline junkies had the rare and exciting opportunity to jump in the passenger seat with a world class pilot who provided joy flights at...

Dogs strut their stuff

With tails wagging and tongues lolling, nearly 600 German Shepherds descended on the Dogs Victoria State Dog Centre – KCC Park in Skye for...

Champion lawn bowler to coach Clyde North retirees

Retiree lawn bowls enthusiasts in Melbourne’s south-east will rub shoulders with the sport’s elite at once-in-a-lifetime coaching sessions this month. Residents at Stockland’s Selandra Rise...

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Support service helps Casey through pandemic

Cranbourne Information and Support Service (CISS) is responding to calls for help from people who are suddenly without jobs and income due to the...

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