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 ho” and ringing his brass Christmas bell, Santa delighted the 3 Year Old Seagulls children and shared a special gift from his weighty Christmas Sack. They in turn cuddled and […]

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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, hosted by the Cranbourne Presbyterian Church hit a high note despite a deluge of rain striking earlier in the day. Organiser Minister Peter Roberts said “we all had our doubts” […]

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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 from Devon Meadows Primary School said the 250 students’ commitment to the Fun-Run on Friday 14 December was second to none. “Our students are so excited about the money they’ve […]

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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 try out the unveiling of new facilities at the Ian Potter Lakeside Precinct. This included reclining chairs and bean bags, as well as a number of fun lawn games, offering […]

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New cafe creates pathways

A new café has opened in Cranbourne East with the aim of providing a “second chance” for marginalised people to land a job. The café, L’Arte Central, will train people with mental health challenges to gain or return to employment, education, volunteering or other meaningful activities. City of Casey Mayor Amanda Stapledon joined the team […]

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Night dogs see the lighting

Cranbourne Greyhound Racing track will shine under new lights after the club installed new energy-saving LED lighting. The upgrade at the Grant Street complex will mean an electrical saving cost of about 55 per cent. “These new LED lights are more environmentally friendly and more economic,” Cranbourne Greyhound Racing Club chief executive Amanda Cameron said. […]

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