John marks a century

 At 100 years-old John McLeish walks about a kilometre a day and prides himself without the need to take any medication. The Cranbourne East resident celebrated his 100th birthday with a wealth of family and friends at his residence at Blue Hills Rise Lifestyle Village on Sunday 13 October. About 100 people gathered for the […]

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Community meets coffee at L’Arte launch

Providing the perfect blend of great coffee with community atmosphere, social enterprise cafe L’Arte Central celebrated their grand opening on Saturday 5 October. The cafe has been established to bridge the gap between mental health and employment, providing placements for between eight and 20 jobseekers at a time to assist in the development of work […]

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Stench denies housing permit

 A 41-lot residential subdivision next to the Hampton Park tip will not go ahead due to “offensive odours” and landfill gas risks, the state’s highest planning tribunal has ruled. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) upheld Casey Council’s decision not to grant a permit for Beaconsfield based DSL Securities Pty Ltd on 26 September. […]

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Hit musical dazzles audiences

A star studded cast of 42 talented children have wowed audiences in their hit musical performance of Disney’s The Lion King Junior at Cranbourne Community Theatre. Staged by charity group, Artzmartz Young Peoples Theatre, the wonderful extravaganza attracted nearly a thousand people during the six shows held from 3-6 October. Production manager Marita Fayle said […]

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A fitting tribute to Ross

It wasn’t the start that Casey-South Melbourne was hoping for from an on-field perspective. But the opening round of the Victorian Premier Cricket season on Saturday was about way more than just what happened on the turf at Casey Fields – it was about honouring a club great who contributed so much to the club, […]

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Lanterns light up night sky

There was a feast for the eyes, performances, and dozens of stalls on offer for the bumper crowd that attended the Lynbrook Lantern Festival on Saturday 5 October. More than 6,000 people were treated to balmy weather as they gathered to watch lanterns light up Banjo Paterson Lake at the annual event. Now in its […]

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