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Pyjama-clad pupils give cash

By Sarah SchwagerCHILDREN and parents at a Cranbourne North preschool have put their fundraising efforts into a cause besides their own centre, donating money...

Brock’s petition gets BMX on track

By Sarah SchwagerA BMX track will be considered at a park in Hampton Park. The site at Amber Reserve originally came up after eight-year-old Brock...

Sporting teens set for UK tour

CASEY’S most talented young sports stars are ready to pit their skills against the world’s best. A junior netball and basketball team from the Life...

A flaming passion

A LOVELORN woman has caught her house on fire after burning photos of her ex-boyfriend. Police said a woman aged in her 20s was at...

Fire victim makes safety appeal

By Alison NoonanDENNIS Luke often wakes in the middle of the night in a cold sweat. Eight weeks on and the terror of the night...

Lynbrook to get station

- Callan DateLYNBROOK will have its own train station after the State Government announced it would spend $18.6 million to build the new public...

Get smitten by a kitten

By Sarah SchwagerRSPCA Peninsula is desperately urging residents to make room in their homes for one more. Forty cats at the Pearcedale shelter face being...

Review to check council costs

By Alison Noonan and Rebecca FraserCASEY councillors will scrutinise council spending through a new expenditure review committee. Councillors voted to establish the board at Tuesday...

Thieves hit library

THIEVES have stolen more than $3000 worth of equipment from the Cranbourne Library. The building on Berwick-Cranbourne Road was broken into at 11.10pm last Wednesday,...

Man escapes picket attack

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man armed with a star iron picket attempted to attack a Cranbourne West man. The incident occurred in...

Volunteers all fired up

FOUR Cranbourne CFA volunteers joined a strike team to fight fires on Kangaroo Island on Monday. The firefighters hopped on board a Devon Meadows tanker...

Lights for death junction

By Sarah Schwager A NOTORIOUS Hallam intersection will undergo works after long-awaited funding from the State Government was announced this week. Hampton Park’s Lynda Cartmill has...

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Friendship quilt worth every stitch

Georgie Gill is a wiz at quilting. And her latest creation will be showcased next month in a Victoria wide art show. Her brightly...