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Assault charges

A CRANBOURNE man has been charged with assault after a road rage incident in Warneet. The 33yearold was charged with criminal damage and intentionally causing...

Village shops taking shape

CONSTRUCTION has begun on the new Lynbrook Village Shopping Centre. The centre, on the corner of the South Gippsland Hwy and Lynbrook Boulevard, will comprise...

$20,000 haul from farm

A BRAZEN thief rode a stolen motorbike out of a Devon Meadows property last week. More than $20,000 worth of goods were taken in the...

Winning way for talk day

By Sarah SchwagerSTUDENTS from six cluster schools in Casey banded together last week to battle it out on stage. The oral competition, held at Lyndhurst...

Gun stolen

A GUN has been stolen out of a car in Cranbourne this week, prompting warnings from police. Police said the firearm was taken from a...

Car theft warning

CASEY police have warned residents to secure their vehicles following a rise in the number of car thefts across the city. Region Five Assistant Commissioner...

Building site office raided

THIEVES have stolen a range of unusual items from a Lynbrook construction site office. Between 5.30pm on 8 July and 7am on 9 July, the...

Appeal for drivers to be koala conscious

By Sarah SchwagerLOCAL animal rescue services are warning residents to be wary of native animals on the roads after a koala was hit by...

After 42 years, Ollie’s about to miss a beat

CRANBOURNE policing stalwart Ollie Gaspari will hang up his belt tomorrow (Friday) when he retires from 42 years on the beat. Detective Senior Constable Gaspari...

Vote a winning sign

ALL the signs point to a win for High Street traders after Casey Council voted to allow advertising frames to be displayed outside the...

Bus approved

CASEY residents with special needs could benefit from an extra community bus providing door-to-door service. Casey Council decided at its Tuesday meeting to consider funding...

Costume drama

CHILDREN disguised as storybook characters roamed the Cranbourne Library over the holidays. Branch manager Kathie Olden said about 20 children dressed up as characters from...

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Traffic lights switch on

New traffic lights at the intersection of South Gippsland Highway, Hallam Road and Evans Road will be switched on from this evening, Friday 5...