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Roll away the barrow

THREE old shovels and a wheelbarrow have mysteriously gone missing from a house in Cranbourne. The garden items were stolen from a garden shed outside...

Older faces to reunite

ST PETER’S College will host its first 10-year reunion next week. The Cranbourne college opened in 1994, with the first group of year 12s graduating...

Bay ban the net result

By Sarah Schwager FISHING hooks and sinkers were the talk of the town in Tooradin on Saturday. Fishing and footy celebrity Rex Hunt joined Premier Steve...

Cars damaged by vandals

NEW Holdens were damaged at a caryard in Cranbourne last week. At least seven vehicles were damaged at Cranbourne Holden on the South Gippsland Highway...

Sylvia’s serene snap simply surreal

CRANBOURNE South photographer and Chisholm art student Sylvia Riley-King is still smiling after winning an art prize at a recent exhibition. Ms Riley-King won...

Record demand for legal aid

By Rebecca Fraser A CRANBOURNE community legal service has experienced record demand since opening its doors in November. The Peninsula Community Legal Centre in High Street...

Good Friday for walk

RESIDENTS are invited to celebrate Good Friday with an Easter march tomorrow. The ninth annual march will start at 11.30am opposite Bear House Restaurant on...

It’s all a gift for Jean

By Sarah SchwagerA CRANBOURNE grandmother has fulfilled a lifelong dream by opening a gift and garden shop in Tooradin. Jean Currie said she had always...

Council looks into library plan

CASEY’S library services are insufficient, say local councillors. At Tuesday night’s council meeting, the council moved to look into extending the Hampton Park library and...

Ex-shed open welcome

By Sarah SchwagerA SPACE designed to allow men to share skills, socialise and receive support will now benefit all Casey residents in need. The Cranbourne...

It’s in the blood

A CASEY theatre company renowned for its previous award winning productions is gearing up for its next performance, which is just a week away. The...

Lauren Drive to light up at night

RESIDENTS in Lauren Drive, Hampton Park, can feel safer at night after Casey Council approved plans to install more street lighting near their homes. The...

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Lending a hand to St Vinnies

Lynbrook’s St Francis De Sales Primary School has collected baskets of food to help the needy. During term two, students gathered about 800 food items...