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Finks leader jailed for extortion

A high-ranked member of the Finks outlaw motorcycle gang has been jailed over the extortion, assault and robbery of a member wishing to leave...

Fed Uni union calls for top to quit

Federation University National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) members have called for Vice-Chancellor Duncan Bentley and chief financial officer John Blair to resign following the...

Provenance’s art galore

From watercolour paintings and acrylic pieces to digital art, the Calvin Bell Art Show will be showcasing the best local and interstate artists have...

‘They’ve seen my potential’: Help for school students

Nineteen female high school students across the south east have been awarded Harding Miller Education Foundation scholarships to support and empower them in their...

Q&A… with Casey Council Young Citizen of the Year Maya Pinn

Tell us about yourself and your roles! I am first and foremost a single mum to two beautiful children: Lloyd (six), who has a rare...

A big win for disability inclusion

At only 25, Maya Pinn is paving the way for disability inclusion across the City of Casey, turning her self-described “over-enthusiastic” efforts into a...

State softball action at Sweeney

Casey Softball Association hosted the Softball Victoria Open State Championships at Sweeney Reserve on the weekend. The hosts were only able to win one of...

A kid’s paradise in Berwick

Berwick locals and visitors of all ages enjoyed a fun and festive outing, with the Casey Kids Carnival taking over the Old Cheese Factory...

Cancer support recognition

Being heralded as one of a city’s most upstanding citizens - whether through commendation for your deeds, representation of a people, or a combination...

Missing bus link

A former Department of Transport bus planner says there should be better bus connections between Berwick and Cranbourne, and an overhaul review for Berwick’s...

Casey gives nod to no dark roof policy

Casey Council is supporting a ban on dark roofs on new homes on small lots to alleviate the urban heat island effect and promote...

Minister green-lights homes

Federal Environment Minister has approved housing development on about three hectares of endangered bandicoot habitats near Cranbourne’s botanic garden, which wildlife conservation expert says...

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Smith surge leads to medal

Pakenham champion Chris Smith has capped off a magnificent season with the bat by claiming a third Terry Stephenson Medal at Holm Park Reserve...