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Racing night of fun

Thousands turned out for one of the busiest race meetings staged under lights at Cranbourne Turf Club on Saturday 17 November. Renowned as the biggest...

Shock as jock off the air

A presenter for Casey Radio has been taken off air after a furious listener alleged crude comments were made about “breasts” and “testicles.” “I had...

Cranbourne deserves better says Greens candidate

Jake Tilton, who is running as a Greens candidate for the Cranbourne electorate, says “It's time to build a sense of unity within our...

Pedestrian dies

A pedestrian has died after being struck by a car in Cranbourne South on Saturday 17 November. Police have been told a man stepped out...

Libs promise helping hand for scouts

Cranbourne 1st Scouts Hall will receive a new lease of life if the State Coalition is elected to power. The Coalition has pledged to provide...

Fundraiser for kids tops $11K

A Cranbourne business has helped raise more than $11,000 for the Alannah & Madeline Foundation during a trivia night on Thursday 15 November. Staff from...

Dentist on wheels for schools

Premier Daniel Andrews visited Clyde Primary School to announce the State Government’s promise to provide free dental care at all public schools, if re-elected. In...

Park’s election windfall

New lighting will be installed in and around the Banjo Paterson Park in Lynbrook to improve public safety, no matter who wins the state...

Our worst bottlenecks

You’ve nominated roads for our congestion poll, you’ve voted and results are clear - Clyde Road is the worst congestion road in the City...

Expansion is a class act

Clyde Primary School would receive a $22.8 million expansion by 2022 if Labor is re-elected, Treasurer Tim Pallas has pledged. During his visit to the...

Rail network buckles under Labor: Peulich

Member for South-East Metro Region, Inga Peulich MLC says the public transport system was in “chaos” after figures show Cranbourne’s train line services had...

Let’s get the job done – matter of fact

Ravichandran Ragupathy has promised to “get the job done” as he runs as an independent candidate for the Cranbourne electorate heading into the state...

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Racing night of fun

Thousands turned out for one of the busiest race meetings staged under lights at Cranbourne Turf Club on Saturday 17 November. Renowned as the biggest...

Pedestrian dies