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Annual expo remains a local hit

The Berwick District Woodworkers Club held their annual expo over the weekend, showcasing works from members of the group which ranged from pens to...

‘If necessary, terminate’, premier calls for construction union agreements to be reviewed

Major worksites are on notice as the State Government calls for review and ‘if necessary’ termination of workplace agreements with one of the most...

Carjacking mob attack tourists

A Pakenham woman who was part of a mob that inflicted a violent, "sickening” carjacking on two young tourists in Narre Warren South has...

Nashos keep on ‘giving back’

The National Servicemen’s Association South-East branch has again come to the fore with its 21st annual Christmas toy drive. On Saturday 6 July, the...

Painful tale paves pathway to hope

Family violence can be dispelled within a generation – but it needs clear leadership, says the inspirational Hana Assafiri. At the launch of Assafiri’s memoir...

Young voices in Crime Stoppers message

Lyndhurst Secondary College students have helped mould a new crime-fighting campaign urging young people to ‘Share If You Care’. Crime Stoppers Victoria used feedback...

Taking to the big screens for disability advocacy

The goal has always been integration, advocacy and most of all a helping hand, for people with disabilities with Umbrella Support, and the same...

New operation to tackle pedestrian deaths

The City of Casey has been ranked as one of the LGAs recording the highest number of pedestrian injury collisions during May to August...

Joint kindness for a family

Ten supermarket chains in Cranbourne have banded together to fundraise for one of their team members who’s going through a difficult time in the...

From volunteer to student doctor

Cranbourne North’s Adhav Parasuraman presented a distinctive and down-to-earth way to boost a career path in healthcare. The 22-year-old is a student doctor at Dandenong...

Funding shortfall concern

Casey Council has revealed inadequate funding for library services and social support programs by the State and Federal Governments. The council made a submission to...

Clyde’s forgotten land

Environmental experts are concerned about the condition of a high-valued conservation area in Clyde, as they found out weeds took over. A recent audit report...

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Annual expo remains a local hit

The Berwick District Woodworkers Club held their annual expo over the weekend, showcasing works from members of the group which ranged from pens to...