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Indigenous music hits high note

Students of Clyde Primary School welcomed a visit from Aboriginal singer-songwriter Scott Darlow on Thursday 28 February. Mr Darlow not only sang some of his...

Teatime fun

Clyde residents have helped raise $3,250 in funds for ovarian cancer research during a High Tea held on Wednesday February 20. About 100 guests enjoyed...

Victor belts out a tune

Narre Warren singer-songwriter Victor Stranges is performing his new solo acoustic show, Pop Preservation Society, at Cafe Cibo Bar in Cranbourne West. Victor performs...

Birthday fun for the whole family

Aspire Childcare in Cranbourne West is throwing its first birthday bash which promises to be a big one. And to help celebrate, the centre...

Find your purr-fect match

Fur babies big and small will descend upon PETstock Cranbourne as part of the fifth annual National Pet Adoption Day on Saturday February 9. The...

Gideon Haigh’s summer of cricket

Gideon Haigh’s new book, Crossing the Line: how Cricket lost its way, explores the Australian cricket team across a decade of radical change,...

Smiles all around as Santa drops in

Santa took time out of his busy holiday schedule to visit excited students of Tooradin Primary School on Monday 17 December. With a "ho ho...

Rain clears for a night of carols

Prayers to weather gods were answered with hundreds gathering in Cranbourne for a night of carolling on Saturday 15 December. The annual Christmas Carols event,...

Showing their true colours

Students at Devon Meadows Primary School have raised $5,727 after taking part in a School Fun-Run to raise much-needed funds for their school. Nikki Mitchem...

Festive picnic comes to Cranbourne

Festive celebrations at Cranbourne Gardens have begun with dozens of people gathering for a picnic on Saturday 15 December. Despite grey clouds, people were keen...

Everyone valued in artwork

A Cranbourne North secondary school student’s bright artwork where “everyone counts” will become a visible image on the roads. Alkira Secondary College Year 9...

Santa comes to town in a fire truck

Santa traded his slade for a fire truck when he visited more than 100 children in Lyndhurst on Saturday 8 December. Firefighters from the Hampton...

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Bumper crowds flock to Clyde carols

Thousands have turned out to the “most successful” annual Clyde Carols by Candlelight which was chock full of entertainment on Saturday evening, 7 December. Families...